Navarre has concocted this stew of historical, paranormal, medieval and renaissance romance that is sure to please all. It seems like too many subgenres, but somehow it all melds together and works. Part one of the Magick Trilogy is a well-written story, but some may find it hard to follow as it it does move quite quickly. It’s obvious the book was well thought out and researched extensively. Readers will find it enchanting with a slew of characters good enough for a fantasy film.

In the spring of 1556, healer Princess Rhiannon has her heart set on reaching the queen. She must deliver a precious treaty that the Fairy Queen has crafted that will trigger a spell that will bind the mortals and Fae to everlasting peace. Everyone in the high noble court violently opposes the plan, but half-mortal, half-royal blood Faerie Rhiannon must find a way to convince them all before the bloody tide of war rages between the realms and sweeps the queen from her throne. (CARINAPRESS.COM, dl $2.99)

Reviewed by: 
Jaime A. Geraldi