The Selkie Enchantress(The Seal Island Trilogy Book 2) by Sophie Moss

Today I am reviewing book 2 of The Seal Island Trilogy The Selkie Enchantress by Sophie Moss.





Blurb: Irish islander Caitlin Conner has been in love with professor of Irish folklore Liam O’Sullivan for as long as she can remember. But just when he is starting to look at her as more than a friend, a mysterious woman arrives on Seal Island and captures his heart. As Caitlin discovers the truth behind the woman’s lies, she realizes Liam is trapped in a dangerous enchantment and the only way to break the spell is to uncover a secret Irish fairy tale that has remained hidden for hundreds of years. But when the petals of a white rose grown in winter start to fall, the legend is set in motion, and Caitlin must find a way to change the ending before the last petal falls.

My Review: Sophie Moss does it again the second book of this trilogy is as good or better than the first. Often the reader is let down in the second book but not this time. When a stranger and her young son come to the island for a getaway the islanders have no idea that their lives are about to be turned upside down again by a old legend. This time white roses blooming in winter add the creepy factor. Add another color of rose that I will never look at the same way. This book again sets a great standard for editing design and being well written. I see more sleep being lost as I read the last of the series. A big 5 star for this book.



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  1. Thank you so much for this wonderful review of The Selkie Enchantress! I really appreciate it. 🙂

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