The Art of Enchantment is exciting and I enjoyed the themes of art, romance, history, and family and how they are masterfully written into the engaging plot. Clio and Guillermo are interesting characters. While Clio is shy and composed, Guillermo is boisterous and outgoing, two opposite personalities that perfectly complement each other. The prose is equally exciting, composed of descriptions that are absorbing, and great dialogues that read like natural conversations. It is wonderful to note how the characters evolve throughout the story. The external conflict is evidently developed throughout the story, but the one that arrested my attention was the internal one taking place within the minds of the characters. It was fun watching Clio faced with multiple dilemmas. MA Clarke Scott has become my new master of the romance. Can't recommend this one enough.
Reviewed By Christian Sia for Readers' Favorite
About the Author
She's been a telephone operator, a dental hygienist, anarchitect, a gerontologist and an education savings advisor, and is nowaffectionately known as 'Doc Maven.' When not writing, she meditates while hikingwooded mountain trails, does yoga and Pilates to fend off decrepitude, readseclectically, contemplates wormholes, experiments with painting abstractexpressionism, kills plants and tries not to burn dinner. Her geekyfascinations include time travel, archeology, European history, French films,neuroplasticity, metaphysics, Jungian psychology, using big words ;-) Clarke Scott lives in beautiful Vancouver,Canada with three large men and four small mammals, all of them hairier thanshe. Although she knows she lives in Paradise, she still loves traveling the worldin search of romance, art, good food and new story ideas.
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