"You'll be the One Enchanted"

A play on what if magic existed in Regency England, Kathryne Kennedy's clever Relics of Merlin series continues this time in a rural castle setting. A castle plagued with unsettled ghosts.

Baronet of Grimspell and alpha-were of the shape-shifter wolves, Nicodemus is in search of the "black wolf" who slaughtered his finance. His second problem involves his brother Royden, who is being haunted by ghosts to the point of making him terribly ill.

While Nico swears to take care of finding his finance's killer, he hires a medium to humor his brother, believing the hauntings are all in Royden's mind and hoping the ghost expert can snap him back to health.

However Nico didn't plan on the medium being compelling or unconventionally unpredictable and determined in her job and ability to see and interact with ghosts. And just what do these ghosts have to do with the "black dog" anyway?

As intriguing as the storyline is, it's once again Ms. Kennedy's ability to create original heartfelt characters that shines. Ghost hunter Philomena is a wonderful package of contradictions who's not afraid to grab life by the horns. The older woman/younger man relationship between her and Nico is superb with all the doubts, passions, what-will- people-think scenarios dealt with. These are two you really want to see together.

Enchanting the Beast is a "don't miss" installment within this imaginative series.

Reviewed by Clover Autrey
Posted June 8, 2009


Grimspell castle. With its dark, imposing stone walls, it certainly looked haunted. As a ghost-hunter, Lady Philomena was accustomed to restless spirits. But she found the dark, imposing nature of the castle's owner far more haunting than any specter. London Society might not approve of shape-shifters such as Sir Nicodemus Wulfson, but firmly-on-the-shelf Philomena rather enjoyed the young baronet's sudden interest in sniffing around her skirts. She'd even consider giving in to him altogether if not for a murderer on the loose-a beast that might just be Nico himself.

Genre: Paranormal Romance, Fantasy, Historical (Victorian)


Enchanting the Beast
(Relics of Merlin: Book 3)
by Kathryne Kennedy

April 1, 2009
Available: April 28, 2009
ISBN #0505527642
EAN #9780505527646
291 pages
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Other Books by
Kathryne Kennedy

The Lord of Illusion
The Lady of the Storm
The Fire Lord's Lover
Double Enchantment
Enchanting the Lady
Beneath The Thirteen Moons

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