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I also now have the rest of the books in my reading queue so I can get them read before the next one comes out. It was an awesome love story, with a little historical paranormal thrown in the mix Jan 11, Melissa rated it liked it.

I didn’t like it Published December 26th by Harlequin Books first published October 1st The only thing I did take issue with was the sometimes-slow pace of the plotting. The two strands are woven cleverly together, with the author skillfully walking the line between the paranormal and the fake, and the result was something that kept me gripped: And they had to defeat that evil spirit.


Return to Book Page. And of an intriguing affair between two people who have been dead for centuries. Dec 19, Lori Quick rated it it was amazing. Odd things begin happening to Olivia once she arrives: Stephen asks Olivia to come to his home to help expose the medium and stop his mother from having her grief tak This book was really two books in one.

Disclosure The majority of the books reviewed at this site have been provided by publishers, authors, or other third parties like NetGalley. Like I said, though: I cannot recommend this book highly enough! The only way to fight a powerful darkness is with a powerful love Olivia Moreland prides herself on discrediting charlatans, particularly the false mediums that flock to London. Was it just their imprint? She meets Stephen, an earl, and he hires her to expose this Russian lady who’s latched onto his mother.


There’s a house party of sorts at Stephen’s ancestral estate, Blackhope. She has a vision upon arrival all of the Morelands seem to have some special ability and she is shocked. But there were only two such scenes and they weren’t over-long, so I can get over it.

What he finds when he arrives is chaos. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Trivia About Mesmerized The M I received a copy of the book in exchange for a fair and honest review.

And it was a great choice! Candace Camp is the New York Times bestselling author of over sixty books.

I received a complimentary copy of this novel in exchange for my honest review. After his brother’s death, Stephen came home to claim the family title along with an ancestral home named Blackhope Hall which seemed to be more intriguing than the home he remembered and grown up in. Lady Olivia Moreland despises frauds, especially those of emsmerized supernatural variety. Or — is it both?

I think it took way too long for them to come to terms with the fact that some of the events were real and not a part of the fraud’s tricks. Leger, requests her help in investigating an alleged psychic, she can’t ignore the ominous presence she feels within the walls of his ancient estate. I have a feeling I am going to run out of superlatives before I am through reading this entire series.

Blackhope Hall has secrets dating back hundreds of years, and when Stephen and Olivia both start seeing visions from the past—visions where they are living the lives of a pair of star-crossed lovers—the skeptical pair start to question if the supernatural world really exists. But when Lord Stephen St. I don’t want to say any more because it would spoil the book for others. So this story has romance, ghosts, and treachery, all wrapped in a Victorian-era package. The main characters were likable, particularly the heroine – a bit more prone to fainting than I’m usually okay with, but intelligent and spunky nonetheless.


Everything about this story was a surprise and yet familiar as a regency Romance. Who is responsible for his brother’s untimely death—a dark spirit or the psychic who claims to have channeled it? A little more editing, and a little more character development, and it would have been great: I also appreciated that it wasn’t the usual sort of plot where the woman can communicate with the spirits because of her mystical woman-ness but the guy doesn’t see anything and thinks she’s probably a little crazy.

But it stuck with me. I received a complimentary copy from the author for my unbiased opinion.

Review: Mesmerized by Candace Camp

Sadly it didn’t satisfy me as much as wanted it to. Of course she is memerized, and he ends up hiring her to come to a house party to reveal the charlatan that is his mother’s psychic. Two pseudonyms Kristin James and Sharon Stephens and many books later, Candace writes under her own name Candace Camp and still loves creating stories.

The surprise twist at the end though sealed the deal for me.