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Journey to Enchantment (The Golden Chronicles, #2) Beautiful, Flame Haired, Fiercely Independent Prudence Has Two Passions Scotland And The Heroics Of Ligun Doone, Scourge Of The Hated Redcoats And She Is Shocked When Her Father Takes One Of Those Redcoats A Wounded English Soldier Into Their Home On The Shores Of Loch Ness.But Soon Prudence Begins To Suspect This Englishman Is Than He Seems She Fears He Is A Spy, Even As She Begins To Surrender Her Heart What S , She Is Suddenly Embroiled In A Daring Plot To Rescue Rebel Scots And Smuggle A Cypher Containing The Location Of Bonnie Prince Charlie S Lost Treasure This Is Her Adventure Of A Lifetime, With Even Greater Treasures To Be Found On Her Journey To Enchantment.


10 thoughts on “Journey to Enchantment (The Golden Chronicles, #2)

  1. says:

    3.5 stars rounded up to four A good book, but not as good as others I ve read from this author, but also bonus points for setting most of the book in Scotland.


  2. says:

    3 1 2 rounded up to 4Patricia Veryan is a go to vacation author for me, she s humorous along with the right mix of historical romance for the occasion This was another all round good story, a big plus was the setting in Scotland, I don t get to read enough books set there Add escapes across the hills, dodging bounty hunters and the redcoats alike and you have a wonderful bit of excitement ahead The banter between the hero and heroine was even laugh out loud funny in moments The hero, a Capta 3 1 2 rounded up to 4Patricia Veryan is a go to vacation author for me, she s humorous along with the right mix of historical romance for the occasion This was another all round good story, a big plus was the setting in Scotland, I don t get to read enough books set there Add escapes across the hills, dodging bounty hunters and the redcoats alike and you have a wonderful bit of excitement...


  3. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Ah, another very late night or early morning Sadly my vacation will soon be over and I won t be able to dedicate so much of my time to my Veryan re read.This one was in parts very funny, in parts nail bitingly suspenseful, and appar...


  4. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Journey to Enchantment is another deft mix of Veryan s signature adventure romance Like its predecessor, the emphasis is on the adventure In the second in the series, we follow Geoffrey Delavale, Penny s brother she thought dead in Practice to Deceive He is a dying man, but still manages, masquerading as Ligon Doone,...


  5. says:

    2.5 stars Like the first book from the Golden Cronicle series, Practice to Deceive, the first 100 pages take place in the house of the heroine, while the last two thirds of the book are full of on the road adventure I liked the first part very much The second was hard to follow bec...


  6. says:

    I think I d have loved these had I discovered them in high school At this point in my life however, the foolishly headstrong ingenue trope mostly just makes me feel old and tired.


  7. says:

    In this second volume of the Golden Chronicle series begun with Practice to Deceive, the setting is again 18th century Scotland and England Ligun Doone is a mysterious folk hero who somehow eludes and frustrates the redcoats, the enemy Sassenach Prudence MacTavish, a lass from the shores of Loch Ness, is passionately patriotic Fate, in the person of a wounded officer, brings Ligun Doone not only into Prudence s home but into her heart as well, though Ligun Doone s real identity turns out to In this second volume of the Golden Chronicle series begun with Practice to Deceive, the setting is again 18th century Scotland and England Ligun Doone is a mysterious folk hero who somehow eludes and frustrates the redcoats, the enemy Sassenach Prudence MacTavish, a lass from the shores of Loch Ness, is passionately patriotic ...


  8. says:

    As always, Veryan s books have a great blend of romance, adventure and humor Geoffrey s humor is particularly gallant when the reader realizes his condition One of my all time favorite scenes involves the Loch Ness monster the book is worth reading for that part alone, but there s lotsgoodness in here including a better glimpse of the fantastic hero anti hero Roland Otten One thing that always bothers me a little about this one is that Prudence makes a fool of herself several times an As always, Veryan s books have a great blend of romance, adventure and humor Geoffrey s humor is particularly gallant when the reader realizes his condition One of my all time favorite scenes involves the Loch Ness monster the book is worth reading for that part alone, but there s lotsgoodness in here including a better glimpse of the fantastic hero anti hero Roland Otten One thing that always bothers me a little ab...


  9. says:

    I love this book Both main characters are amazing I love Geoff I have to say, though, normally, I don t care for the ladies who have tempers And Prudence has a temper It typically gets on my nerves A lot But this one, not so The guy is so easy ...


  10. says:

    This was a fun continuation of Practice to Deceive Although I have to say that the front of my book doesn t look like that This story takes place in Scotland It centers around a captain who was severally wounded during a battle He was fighting for England, but after seeing the harms done to women...