Monday, October 1, 2012
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A LADY AND HER MAGIC
Ashley Trimble, the Duke of Robinsworth, is almost a pariah in society. It is rumored that Ashley murdered his wife, after she died under suspicious circumstances, leaving their daughter motherless.
Sophia Thorne has been sent by the Fae to help Ashley's daughter,Anne, but she hopes to help Ashley, too.
It is seldom, that this reader comes across a book, which puts a smile on my face in just a few paragraphs, but A LADY AND HER MAGIC is such a book. It is an even rarer occurrence, when the smile lasts the entire book, but this book provided me with this lucky happenstance. Part regency romance and part paranormal, my two favorite genres, A LADY AND HER MAGIC is filled with humorous scenes and quirky characters. Ashley blames himself for his wife's death and has become something of a recluse, there is a real sadness about him. Anne has learned to act out and has become a terror, who goes through governesses almost weekly. Sophia, who is lovely and vibrant, soon has Anne and Ashley charmed. The secondary characters make a great addition to the story and add to the amusement in the book. Even though, there are plenty of humorous scenes, there are, also some serious and emotional scenes.
A LADY AND HER MAGIC is a charming romance, which just hits the spot for this reader.
NOTE: I received this book in return for an impartial review.
Posted by Marlene Breakfield at 11:35 AM