Books by Kathryne Kennedy

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The Lady of the Storm

When I read the absolutely delicious prologue to The Lady of the Storm I thought perhaps I'd found an adult replacement for my childhood favorite, Tolkien. In it, the reader learns that the England of William the Conqueror has been taken over by seven mad elves. William himself has become a prize of ...

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My Unfair Lady

Sometimes, as a reader, I must admit defeat: An author just isn’t for me. I don’t consider her characters appealing or her jokes funny, and what I ought to do, is just stop reading her books. Unfortunately, when I am reviewing a book, I can’t just DNF and leave it at that, however much I would ...

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Enchanting the Beast

Enchanting the Beast by Kathryne Kennedy is the third volume in a series set in an alternate Victorian England. Social status is determined by magical abilities: The strongest magicians are members of the royal family, the weakest are still barons (or baronesses – a woman who has magical abilities ...

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Double Enchantment

Double Enchantment is second in a series concerning Merlin’s Relics. While I didn’t read the first book, there was enough background info on the Relics for me to catch on quickly. While the story is one of the cutest things I’ve read in a while, there were a few major flaws that kept nagging a ...

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Enchanting the Lady

Enchanting the Lady is (dare I say it?) enchanting. Really, it's cute as can be, and it's clever and imaginative to boot. With a few adjustments, it could have been fabulous. In its present state, I'd call it fun – but flawed. Felicity Seymour lives in an alternate version of Vic ...