Review: Lily’s Enchantment by Kristin Noone

May 15, 2014 Review 0

Review: Lily’s Enchantment by Kristin Noone

Blush sensuality level: This is a sweet romance (kisses only, no sexual content).

 

It’s not easy to be a good sorceress and a single mother. It’s even harder, though, when she’s called upon to save a dying king and face down a dragon—a dragon who might be part of her past. And to make the fairy tale even more complicated, the king’s illegitimate older brother has beautiful eyes, a reputation for deadly ruthlessness, and a surprising talent for comforting babies—and maybe for enticing Lily as well.

 

A Blush® fantasy romance from Ellora’s Cave

Title: Lily's Enchantment
Author: Kristin Noone
Source: Author
Published: May 15th 2014
Genres: Fantasy Romance
Pages: 28
See the title at Goodreads
Stars: four-stars

Lily’s Enchantment is a light sweet romance with a touch of sad drama to go with it.

Sorceress Lily is a struggling single mother working in her home when she is approached by William, the king’s illegitimate older brother, as a last ditch effort to save the dying king. As she valiantly attempts to save the king’s life you can sense there’s a little something growing between Lily and Will. Something sweet, unsure yet gentle. Even though this is a very quick read, the author provides enough history to easily understand and enjoy both characters. Of course what would a medieval story be without a dragon, which this lovely story has. I won’t say too much more on the subject except for it was a surprising added bonus and adds to the HEA.

Anyone looking for a break from heavy romances will enjoy Lily’s Enchantment This delightfully charming story definitely hit the spot for me.

 

Lily's Enchantment
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