Author: Allison Saft
This is a book about how Bridgerton had a magical baby with fantasy.
This is a book that if you enjoyed the Bridgerton series, whether in Netflix or book format, and want fantasy elements mixed in it. This is a nice and easy read, so this is a great book if you are in a book slump.
This is an enchanting Historical Fiction Fantasy Romance read. I have been currently reading the Bridgerton series and it was really great to get a magical version of the story. This is considered a standalone and has a really cute happy ending.
I really love the characters in this. Niamh, even though considered low in social standing, certainly made a name for herself not only in her work but also in kindness.
Kit was certainly a butthole in the beginning. His attitude was frustrating from the beginning but as the story progresses, you get to know him and why he acts the way he does. Loved the development of his character. Sort of gave me some Mr. Darcy vibes there.
The slow-burn romance in this was really painful. In a good way! The chemistry between the characters was amazing and I couldn’t get enough of it. So that is why I was super glad for the super sappy happy ending at the end there.
As always, I am a sucker for royal politics in a plot. I really enjoyed this one because of the fact this story was based on a royal marriage engagement that was forced on Kit for political reasons. It kept getting more interesting as the story developed and it was fun to read.
The only thing that I didn’t like too much is that I wish there was a little more magic in the story. That is more of a personal preference since I am a fantasy junkie. Also, it did get a little slow in some sections of the book. Wasn’t terrible but it did drag a little bit.
A Fragile Enchantment is set to release on January 2, 2024.
I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily.