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*Starred Review* Lord Greyson Sheffield ruined Francesca Brown’s life when he proved that Francesca’s husband had no real spiritual powers and was simply a swindler out to defraud London society. After the resulting scandal, a penniless and widowed Francesca had no choice but to consider a job offer from Colonel Chase as companion to his daughter Amelia. Chase believed Francesca could help Amelia adapt to her own “powers,” but Francesca insisted on imposing a few conditions of her own before accepting her new post. Six years later, when Sheffield hears rumors of a “witch” in Scotland, he travels to Little Firkin with his nephew Lord Hayden Collier and quickly discovers the “witch’s” companion is none other than Francesca. Two perfectly matched protagonists engage in a sexy and entertaining battle of wits and wiles as RITA Award–winning Brockway triumphantly returns to historical romance. With its expertly detailed Victorian setting, deliciously clever writing, and captivating plot, this wicked romance will cast a bewitching spell. --John Charles

About the Author

The author of seventeen full length novels, Connie Brockway lives in Minnesota with her husband and several dogs. An adult daughter has managed to escape to warmer climes. For now.

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  • File Size: 791 KB
  • Print Length: 432 pages
  • Publisher: NAL; Original edition (February 3, 2009)
  • Publication Date: February 3, 2009
  • Sold by: Penguin Group (USA) LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B001RIO2YY
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #546,190 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Connie Brockway has received starred reviews from both Publishers Weekly and the Library Journal which named My Seduction as one of 2004's top ten romances.

An eight time finalist for Romance Writers of America prestigious RITA award, Brockway has twice been its recipient, for My Dearest Enemy and The Bridal Season. In 2006 Connie wrote her first women's contemporary HOT DISH, which won critical raves.

Today Brockway lives in Minnesota with her husband, a family physician, and two spoiled mutts.

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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Gialdini on February 5, 2009
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Connie Brockway's my favorite, so I when I found out she was returning to historicals with So Enchanting I was intrigued, thrilled, couldn't wait to get my hands on the book - all kinds of happy. The premise of So Enchanting is different and refreshingly original - at least I haven't come across too many historical paranormals. Best of all, there's not a werewolf or vampire in sight! Though there is one facetious reference to an incubus that had me laughing out loud. The tone is light and fun, but still with enough depth to make the whole reading experience memorable. The heroine, Francesca Walcott, is interesting and fully three-dimensional. I liked how the author dealt with the supernatural elements of her character, blending it in so that it's a part of her world and who she is, a formative influence on her life. At the same time, though, the magic doesn't highjack the story and detract from the human emotions that play out as things progress.

So Enchanting starts with a bang and takes the reader where few romances have gone before - into the midst of the occult craze sweeping late Victorian England. I thought this initial setting was inspired, particularly in light of what the book is about. Issues of faith and skepticism, fraud and fact, mystery and magic are brought to the forefront as the book pits eminently skeptical, rational Greyson Sheffield, who makes it his business to expose the hoaxes and schemes of occultist charlatans, against Francesca Walcott, who, when our story starts, is a willing accomplice in her husband's fraudulent séances. Grey busts up the show, Fanny's husband abandons her, has a fatal run in with a train in France, and Fanny is on her own, disgraced and exiled.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Sophia on May 17, 2011
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I avoided reading this for a while because I thought the premise odd and not particularly appealing. But on a long trip I caved, and am glad I did! Laugh out loud witty, and a great lead couple. The best use of parallel romances that I've seen in a romance novel: the two romances are great foils for each other. My only objection is that Connie Brockway has a tendency to let bad behavior go unpunished...not in line with my moralistic requirements of a romance novel!
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Janis 1e on February 13, 2009
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I've always loved Connie Brockway historicals so was very excited to read her new one. Unfortunately, it got boring about half way thorough - and her great humor lost its way.
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By Cali on February 19, 2009
Format: Mass Market Paperback
WOW!!! "So Enchanting" is just that...ENCHANTING!!

- If I had to give one dislike it would be that it did not need to be 400+ pages. It did drag in some places. However, that said, the last 100 pages or so will make you forgive that! Had it not slowed my initial interest the way it did, this would have been a 1-nighter read! Absolutely!

I love the cover and the insert cover, but what I absolutely loved the most - and what Ms. Brockway's coup de grace was - is definitely the ending!!! Sure we all know the happily ever after is happening for the two main characters; that's a given. But I adore that on rare occasion (such as this) the author closes with something more, something different.

Some people read for the romance, some for the steamy scenes... my thing (aside from it being historical) is definitely humor! And when you run across a book, a story, an author, that hits it *so* perfectly, you absolutely want MORE!!! So I guess I have to amend my "if I had to give one dislike...well it's actually two: I *so* wanted more magic, *more* scenes and situations with Fanny's gift/curse, and more, more, MORE of Grammy Beadle!!!

So, instead of ending the story with the typical married happily ever-after, I hope you will enjoy [as I did] Ms. Brockway's ending with a scene from the beginning of the story: in the streets of Little Firkin! I absolutely laughed my @$$ off!!

- One suggestion: (and for any fans of Julia Quinn's "Lady Whistledown" character, you will appreciate this) find a way to put Grammy Beadle in a whole string of stories! =)

- This is perhaps one of 4 or 5 books I've read this year (and I read a couple a week) that's a solid 5* and keeper! Enjoy! =)
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I'm a huge Connie Brockway fan, have been for years. In fact, I think she could re-write the phone book and she'd keep me up burning the midnight oil to get to the Zs, alphabetically as well as somnorifically. After a break writing contemporaries (the wonderful Hot Dish and Skinny Dipping), she's back in familiar Brockway territory, especially for lovers of her books Bridal Season and Bridal Favors. We're in an eccentric village (Little Firkin in Scotland) in the Victorian era with a large cast of eccentric characters, a madcap plot, a VERY appealing hero and a smart, courageous heroine with a slightly shady past and secrets to hide. There's a paranormal element to add spice to this wonderful mixture but the glory of the book is the push and pull relationship between Grey, the hero, and Fanny, the heroine. Some of the dialogue will have you laughing out loud! Fanny has genuine psychic powers which she's doing her best to suppress and hide. She also has a less than pristine past as the offsider for a fake medium. Grey investigates and exposes liars and cheats who claim false extrasensory powers they use to defraud the public. The game is set for a titanic battle of wills, especially when both Grey and Fanny are in the grip of an overwhelming attraction for each other. This book is sparkling fun! Read it!
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