Book Review

A LADY AND HER MAGIC
by Tammy Falkner

Genre: Regency Period, Historical Romance, Paranormal, England
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: Regency England

2012 First Historical Romance Nominee

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Charming and filled with the magic of love and faith, joy and trust, family and friends, Falkner’s tale whisks readers into a realm of enchantment where fae meets mortal and love and laughter combine. Readers are sure to smile as Falkner mixes mischief-making and mayhem in a pleasurable, lighthearted read.

A lady and her magic cannot be parted, or so Sophia Thorn is told when she is sent on a mission to help a little girl. Sophia must complete this mission or lose her wings, and she cannot fall in love with a mortal. But she didn’t count on Ashley, Duke of Robinsworth. Once a scandalous scoundrel, he desperately needs the laughter Sophia can bring to his life. Sophia is determined, even if it means losing her wings, to give him the love he deserves. A bit of “help” from her grandmother, her brother, a gnome and Ashley’s household push them together — and Sophia must find the courage to choose between two worlds. (SOURCEBOOKS, Sep., 350 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: SOURCEBOOKS

Published: September 2012

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