Praise for Everlasting Enchantment: "Marvelous...impossible to put down."—RT Book Reviews Tops Pick, 4 1⁄2 stars Dark Things Lurk in Grimspell Castle Sir Nicodemus Wulfson is haunted by memories of murder—and ghosts. He brings in a ghost-hunter in the form of celebrated spiritualist Lady Philomena Radcliff, and promptly, all hell breaks loose. Is Philomena a threat to his already suffering family? Or can Nico trust his burgeoning attraction to her? Is it Him She Should Fear? Lady Philomena has resigned herself to a life of spinsterhood performing séances for the aristocracy—until she meets sexy young werewolf Sir Nico. She agrees to try ridding his castle of its increasingly restless spirits. But there are more mysteries within Grimspell Castle than even Nico is aware of, and when a local girl turns up dead, Phil wonders if she's risking her life as well as her heart. "Unique and memorable...You will never view fantasy the same again."—Night Owl Romance Reviewer Top Pick, 4 1⁄2 stars "Kennedy brilliantly and seamlessly lures readers into a realm where magic exists."—RT Book Reviews Top Pick, 4 1⁄2 stars, RT Reviewers' Choice Nominee for Best Historical Paranormal
Historical Romance Meets Fairy Tale Magic In a Victorian England with a rigid hierarchy of magic, lion shape-shifter Sir Terence Blackwell is at the bottom rung of society. Only Lady Felicity Seymour, who has no magic, no inheritance, and no prospects, may be willing to judge the man strictly on his own merits. When family pressures push Lady Felicity into a terrible fate, she has only Sir Terence to turn to. As the two outcasts are propelled by circumstances beyond their control, they are forced to explore the unseen depths beneath society's facade. And what they discover about each other is more real and more beautiful than they ever could have imagined... A unique combination of historical and fantasy romance, Enchanting the Lady will fascinate readers of Karen Monin, Sherrilyn Kenyon, Kresley Cole, and Diane Duval who will be charmed by this light-hearted, powerful mix of romance, history, magic, secrets, and spies. The Relics of Merlin Historical Fantasy Romance Series: Enchanting the Lady (Book 1) Double Enchantment (Book 2): A simple spell gone wrong will have Sir Sterling Thorn's eyes, and his heart, seeing double Enchanting the Beast (Book 3): When the spiritualist hired to expunge Nicodemus Wulfson's castle of ghosts also steals his heart, he has to learn to trust her. But can she trust him? Everlasting Enchantment (Book 4): The hunt for the "magic man" leads Millicent Panetere to one of Merlin's relics and the knight whose fate is bound to it. What readers are saying about Enchanting the Lady "An interesting twist, Victorian romance in a Harry Potter world." "A sweet fantasy with well written characters." "The world felt very well developed and the action was fast paced. The sexy shenanigans were, umm, sexy." "Held my attention from the start with its ties to magic and fantasy." What reviewers are saying about Enchanting the Lady "The imagination of JK Rowling and the romance of Julie Garwood all rolled up into one fabulous novel."- Erin Grady, author of Haunting Beauty "Simply delightful...imaginative, historically vigorous and ripe for further adventures."-Publishers Weekly "Sweet and romantic, with plenty of love-at-first-sight warm-fuzzies..."-Drey's Library "One of those rare books that seamlessly melds historical and paranormal elements into a beautiful, fast-paced, romance."-Fictitious Escape "Kennedy has totally enchanted us with this book. It's like reading an adult version of Beauty and the Beast with a bit more spunk."-Yankee Romance Reviewers "Every page overflows with romance, fantasy and suspense. Outstanding!" -Huntress Reviews, Five Stars "...a phenomenal read...This is one of those rare and wonderful books that will leave a smile lingering on your face long after you're done reading." -Romance Reviews Today, A Perfect Ten What people are saying about Kathryne Kennedy "As darkly imaginative as Tolkien, as richly romantic as Heyer, Kennedy carves a new genre in romantic fiction." Erin Quinn, author of Haunting Warrior "[Kennedy] has created characters that live and breathe between the pages; a talent which is, in my opinion, a hallmark of skilled storytelling."-Fresh Fiction "Ms. Kennedy's a pro at creating memorable characters, comical situations, a fun dialog, and an endearing love story."-Sia McKye's Thoughts Over Coffee
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