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Enchanted By Your Kisses Mass Market Paperback – March 6, 2001
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"Ms. Britton...keeps the pages flying." -- -- Romantic Times
About the Author
An account executive by day and a romance writer by night, Pamela blames her wicked sense of humor and off-beat stories on the amount of Froot Loops she consumes. Pamela lives in Northern California where she is owned by a Rottweiler in a Pomeranian's body named Rufus; her horse, PC; and an African Grey parrot named Prinny. In 1998, RWA nominated her for a Golden Heart, the "Oscar" for unpublished romance writers. That nomination led to the sale of My Fallen Angel.
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Ariel, especially, made me feel for her. A very naive young woman, unloved by her father, growing up with no brothers or sisters, she didn't have the raising to know how to act with people, what deceivers they can be. Her mother was a gypsy who died in childbirth, her father an Earl - a cold, distant man - and that gypsy taint already marks Ariel in the Ton's eyes. This sets poor Ariel up to be an easy mark to be seduced by a scoundrel who promises her something she has never known ¯ love. When they're caught in a compromising position, she's ruined, teaching a young Ariel men are not to be trusted. Two years later, she returns to London - pushed by her cousin, Phoebe. Now married, Phoebe hopes the years have made London forget Ariel's scandal. But they have not. It's heartbreaking for the reader to see Ariel's sense of always being on the outside. It makes her easy prey when Nathan Trevain, the future Duke of Davenport tries to befriend her. He proposes they pretend they're engaged. However, the reader knows Trevain is setting out to use Ariel. His reasons for using Ariel are with good purpose. He is not a cad, but is out to save someone close to him. Don't you just love it when the dark deadly alpha male is caught in his own trap?
Trevain's plans to use Ariel gets out of hand when he's forced to kidnap her. Ariel, a wee bit fed up with people using her, is not about to make it easy on the handsome man. The kidnapping quickly blows up in his face, with spunky Ariel handling her situation with a determination that has to win your heart.
What strikes me most about Britton is her gentle humor. In one instance, when Ariel escapes Nathan, falls into a pond, and nearly drowns, instead of total panic one might expect it's written with a deft handling. I won't spoil it ¯ but it's surprisingly original. Overall, it shows Britton has a style that should improve, as she grows surer of her craft, promising more novels that are delightful for readers.
Nathan Trevain was searching for his missing brother. He had been betrayed by love before and trusted no woman. He didn't let his conscience bother him when he decided to use Ariel in a plan to discover information to his brothers whereabouts. As the heir to the Dukedom of Davenport, he proposed a scheme to Ariel to `as a friend' to help Ariel thumb her nose at the ton by pretending to be his fiancé. His real purpose was to use her to gain access to her father, a high ranking British admiral's private papers. Ariel soon loses her closely guarded heart to him only to discover his duplicity. How could she be so wrong in love again?
ENCHANTED BY YOUR KISSES was such a fast-paced action packed and totally emotional Georgian romance that I could not put the book down until I finished it! Ariel was a totally sympathetic heroine to which I found myself so immersed in her heartaches that I was in tears several times during the story. This was one of the most emotionally powerful romances I have read in quite a while as the author deftly shows the pain inflicted by the ton's hypocrisy towards the female while the male ends up looking like a hero! So unfair but so true! Nathan, granted had been betrayed himself so he could not trust her and was not a very sympathetic character at all in the beginning. The bantering dialogs and the sallies back and forth were fresh and wonderful as well as the solid and strong character development of the secondary characters. Total enjoyment for this authors works from MY FALLEN ANGEL to SEDUCED has proven that Pamela Britton is an author who has become an automatic buy for me.