"The magic is Kennedy's writing"
I simply loved Enchanting the Lady. Kathryne Kennedy's
first book really delivered on all levels. When that
happens you often find the second book in a series a let
down. An author pours their heart into that first book, so
sometimes book number two is weaker or a carbon copy.
Thus, I was holding my breath as I read Double
Enchantment, the second in the Relics of Merlin series
by Kennedy. I am thrilled to say there was no let down, no
Lady Jasmina has a very perplexing problem. All of London
are a twitter about the female who is sporting around town,
making a cake of herself, and that gossip encompasses Lady
Jasmina because the woman looks exactly like her. Worse,
there is a sexy baronet who is acting like he knows
Jasmina, and when I say "know" I mean it! Some believe
that it's not a look alike creating the trouble, but
Jasmina herself; thus in order to save her reputation,
Jasmina sets about to run to ground this woman. In the
foggy streets of Londontown, magic is afoot. A spell gone
wrong, a mysterious organization called The Brotherhood,
and a hero to die for, Kennedy gives you all the right
The magic is Kennedy's writing. She's set up a strong
series with an involving mythos that...well, enchants the
reader from start to finish. Kennedy is quickly proving
she is an author on the rise.
I highly recommend both books in the Relics of Merlin and
eagerly look forward to the next in the series.
Reviewed by Deborah Macgillivray
Posted August 29, 2008
**A PNR Reviewer Recommended Read**
Lady Jasmina was in a world of trouble. A simple spell had gone disastrously haywire and now there was a woman running around London who looked exactly like her—a woman with no sense of propriety whatsoever. All Society was whispering, and a baronet she’d never met was suddenly acting like he knew her…in a most intimate way. To find her twin and set things right, they’d have to work together—braving the fog-shrouded streets, a mysterious group called the Brotherhood, and a passion stronger than any magic.