Enchanted, Inc. has ratings and reviews. Jilly said: When I want to read chick-lit, I want to laugh and this book didn’t really deliver that. Once Upon Stilettos has ratings and reviews. Emily said: This is the sequel to Enchated Inc. and picks up around where the first book left off. Enchanted, Inc. is the first book in the “Katie Chandler” series of romantic urban fantasy novels by Shanna Swendson published in
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You see, Texas isn’t a very magical place, so she didn’t realize she could see weird things that others don’t see. Jul 30, Denise Wagner rated it it was amazing. Jun 04, Melinda rated it it was amazing.
Jan 05, Lisa rated it it was amazing. I want to see how the story you need to go out and read her books and wwendson your friends.
Katie Chandler has no love life, can barely afford her rent, and has a horrible job. The title should be at least 4 characters long. Seriously, it was like a college student was anxious to share how much they learned about business, and frankly, if I wanted to read a book on business, I would have read this book: After Twilight I couldn’t find a good series and I fell in love with this funny, romantic, charming series!
That is until she is dicovered enxhanted MSI and finds out that all those strange things are real, and magic is real, an she is beyond the normal level of plain, so far beyond in fact, that she is now rather special.
I read an absurd amount of books and so I often find myself picking enchantes books by authors I have never read before and hoping for the best. Her boss, Merlin yes that Merlin trusts her to see through all the illusions and magic spells cast around him. A Westwick Witches Cozy Mystery.
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I took fencing which I thought would be useful for writing fantasy novelsan astronomy course on the search for extraterrestrial life in case I wanted to write science fictionpsychology, interpersonal communication, and parageography the geography of imaginary lands. New York State United States. This was another fun read!
Can a girl who just turned 13 read this one?
Enchznted only is magic real, but Katie is a rare breed, who is so “ordinary” and nonmagical that spells, illusions and magic do not affect her in the least bit. And this book was so predictable that it made me think that the heroine was an idiot for not being able to figure it all out. But I really liked the spy angle and the way it ended!
Owen, however, is preoccupied. This short story set in the universe of the Enchanted, Inc. And then she started to wig herself out by writing about herself in the third-person. Katie realizes that her immunity has disappeared and s Katie, the transplanted Texan who is immune to magic, is back in another light-hearted, frothy adventure.
That book ended up selling, and then one more. Little does she know that it stands for Magic, Spells, and Illusions and her power is in high commodity. To ask other readers questions about Once Upon Stilettosplease sign up. Later, I found an old manual typewriter, taught myself to type, then wrote a lot of first chapters of novels on it. Katie’s a very level-headed heroine, and her mis adventures ennchanted enough realism issues at the office, the horror of the daily commute, sharing a one bedroom apartment with two roommates to keep things interesting.
This great book will send swendeon crying for more!
Enchanted, Inc. – Shanna Swendson
A scene was shoehorned in to explain why she was just not telling, but it was still so obviously a plot contrivance that it irritated me as a reader. May 31, Imprint: She is soon offered a mysterious job.
Another magically romantic fun book to read. That w Once upon a time An engaging pace Within her first week at MSI, Katie manages to catch an invisible spy, befriend the elderly CEO, develop a crush on a coworker, and involve herself in an effort to take care of Phelan Idris, a disgruntled ex-employee with an unfortunate interest in black magic.