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Okay, I’m going to admit to you that I was teary at the end of this one. It ends well, but the story is quite touching. Rifka and her family flee their home in the Ukraine under the cover of … Continue reading
In this follow up to Bewitching Season, Penelope Leland sets off for Ireland to study magic. Just as Bewitching Season is refined and restrained like London society, Betraying Season is much more free and sensual, like the old Celtic magic … Continue reading
It’s actually almost a bit embarrassing how much I liked this book. The fact is, I’m a sucker for romantic historical fiction, particularly anything taking place in England in the 1800s. Bewitching Season takes place as Victoria is about to … Continue reading