In a world where magic ruled everything, Felicity Seymour couldn't perform even the simplest spell. If she didn't pass her testing, she'd lose her duchy-and any hope of marriage. But one man didn't seem to mind her lack of dowry: a darkly delicious baronet who had managed to scare away the rest of London's Society misses.

Sir Terence Blackwell knew the enchanting woman before him wasn't entirely without magic. Not only could she completely disarm him with her gorgeous lavender eyes and frank candor, but his were-lion senses could smell a dark power on her-the same kind of relic-magic that had killed his brother. Was she using it herself, or was it being used against her?

One needed a husband, and the other needed answers. But only together could they find the strongest magic of all: true love.

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"new Dorchester magical romance is a winner"
Reviewed by Deborah Macgillivray
Posted December 27, 2007

The Duchess of Stonehaven must face a test, and if she does not triumph, she will forfeit the title to another, and so on. The true Duchess must prove it by not failing, and she must use magic to succeed. Felicity fears the testing because the magic, while present in Read more...

"Lions and dragons and . . . mice?"
Reviewed by Clover Autrey
Posted February 24, 2008

Felicity knows that she is plain and of little consequence, but she is also completely unnoticeable to the point that she's constantly being bumped into, even sat upon. Worse, she fails the test of having any semblance of magic and therefore has to cede her title of Lady along Read more...


Enchanting the Lady
(Relics of Merlin: Book 1)
by Kathryne Kennedy

Love Spell
January 1, 2008
Available: January 1, 2008
ISBN #0505527502
EAN #9780505527509
352 pages
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Kathryne Kennedy

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