Friday, October 9, 2009

Book Review: Double Enchantment

Double Enchantment by Kathryne Kennedy

Jasminia has a secret. Her mother steals things. So Jasminia is a normal lady who must fix things so that her mother's secret isn't out. On one of these trips she casts a spell and things go haywire. She creates a twin of herself. This twin is out there causing all sorts of problems for herself and her family.

Sterling is a shapeshifter who only wants to find his missing sister when he comes accross Jaz's twin. There is an instant attraction there. When he meets the real thing he can't help but help her solve her problem (especially if the Crown wants him to). But there is no easy solution that is for sure.

Thoughts: You would think this book had a little of all the things I love. Witches and shapeshifters, historical, romance. That I would love it. It was just ok for me though. It wasn't bad. I kept reading it - which means that it didn't totally upset me. But there was just enough about it that seemed odd that I didn't like it.

Maybe it was the world they live in - this weird regency England where everyone knows about the super powers that they have. Maybe it was the idea of two people who were parts of the same - both falling for the same person. Are they really parts of a whole or something completely different? You aren't sure until the end.

What genre would you consider this?
Paranormal Historical Romance


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