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  • Mass Market Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Pocket Books (10 Oct. 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 145168522X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1451685220
  • Product Dimensions: 10.5 x 2.8 x 17.1 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 489,180 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Karen Hawkins is the bestselling author of a dozen historical romance novels. When not stalking hot Australian actors, getting kicked out of West Virginia thanks to the antics of her extended family, and adding to her considerable shoe collection, Karen spends her time warming her feet on her narcoleptic golden retriever while writing her next book.

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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By christina on 13 Oct. 2013
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Brilliant book, loved it, easy reading. The author wrote a very good book. Looking out for more of the same.
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NICE, BUT...... 1 Dec. 2013
By Pumitq - Published on Amazon.com
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I hate it,when a hero has been in love before, but I decided to take a chance with this book, because of its description, and because I love the beauty & the beast theme. I did like the story. However, I was dissapointed. The hero does many lovely things for the heroine's sake, that shows his affection for her, but it would not have killed him if he had uttered those 3 little words ("I Love You") at least once, especially when by the end even a knuckle head like him, had to realize how important those words were to her. But he does not, not even once, toward the end of the story the heroine states that "he loves her", and he kinds of agree. YIKES!!! This was especially distateful (at least to me), because he had no trouble admitting (and several times at that) that he had been in love with his first wife and that she had been his grand whatever.
11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
I think this is the best 18 Sept. 2013
By Melody May - Published on Amazon.com
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Well, I just finished Karen Hawkins latest release How to Entice an Enchantress. By the way, I loved. I might love this book more than the Rose's story. I'm going to stress, you might want to read How to Pursue a Princess before starting How to Entice an Enchantress, because there's some paramount information. You could probably get by, but I think it would enrich your experience.

Well, we are now focusing on the last Balfour girl, Dahlia. Now Dahlia believes in fairytales and happy endings, and she will not settle for anything less than true love. So, when she shoots down her neighbor, Alasdair Dunbar, Viscount Kirk, marriage proposal, Kirk decides to go the Duchess of Roxburghe. After all she kind of created his mess, but not all the blame can be place on her. Kirk has this inept ability to woo a young woman. The simplest way to describe his words of love would be in a practical sense. Which isn't going to win Dahlia's heart, after all she's looking for true love.

First off, poor guy. Seriously, it would be easier for him to dig himself a grave and cover himself before he can express himself to Dahlia. The girl doesn't make it easy either. Yes, Dahlia has high expectations when it comes to love. When Kirk doesn't express them the way she wants it, she's willing to forfeit true love. You got love Kirk on trying approach Dahlia by being logical. What a mess these two make? However, they sure make it entertaining as you watch them fumble along.

I really love How to Entice an Enchantress, because the couple. Yes, the story does remind me of Beauty and the Beast, since Kirk is scarred and gruff and Dahlia is caring and beautiful. I love how she sees pass what Kirk puts up front. I love how Dahlia learns that love is more than pretty words, even though they are nice to have here and there. Overall, I think the story is my favorite of the Balfour girls. So, if you tend to love Beauty and the Beast stories, I think you might enjoy How to Entice an Enchantress.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Have enjoyed all the countess diary series 7 Oct. 2013
By leigh white - Published on Amazon.com
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I have never written a review before, but since i was asked, i will give it a shot.
This book definitely had a "beauty and the beast " feel to it, along with the fairy godmothers. Easy and enjoyable read.
Would have liked to see Dahlia be a little less romantic as she came across naive and young. Kirk was really trying! Would have liked to see resolution of the loan disagreement and an epilogue bringing all the sisters and men together once again.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Fell flat! 3 Dec. 2013
By A. M. Edwards - Published on Amazon.com
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I wanted to like this book. I love adaptations of Beauty and the Beast. However, the writing in this book was horrible. There is so much filler and not in poetic prose kind of way. Paragraph after paragraph of mindless page filler completely take away from the story. This could have been a nicely written novella but the author stretched it into a very boring full length book and sucked any charm right out of the characters. Did not enjoy this at all.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
NO! NO! NO! Very disappointing! 12 Mar. 2014
By lark - Published on Amazon.com
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Hopeful idiot that I am, I bought all three, hoping for a miracle. It was not to be.

The stories were lackluster...at best. Flat and silly. Plus, modern language is sprinkled throughout. Plus a virgin seduced by the hero (?) on a pool table? Doubtful.

It's awful to feel victimized by an author I previously enjoyed.

Further, it grated on me that the duchess was consistently referred to as "My Lady". Never a "Your Grace". EVER. I expect an established author to know this. Why doesn't she just Google it? Simple.

The entire trilogy seemed rather haphazard and thrown together...as if the author had some looming bills to pay and decided to whip up three mindless little tales to do so. Very disappointing, particularly as I've enjoyed a number of her other books immensely.

There's no way on earth I'll bite on the newest one about a princess. The princess will probably be "Hey There".

I'm burned up about the whole mess.

Sad disappointment.
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