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Wizard's Daughter by Catherine Coulter
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Jul 13, 08

Read in July, 2008

I like C. Coulter's writing style in her historical romances -The straightforward style of speech favored by the heroine, the hero and even the suspicious bad guys. It is actually different from the social niceties usually shown in the writings of that period. The "modern" style of speech makes the stories livelier, I think.

So it is always fun to enjoy the dialogue between the young couple as they fall in love and get to know one another better, much better, mmm... This story uses a magical other word to weave tension, power, murder and danger into the love story set in Regency England.

So there is an other worldly paranormal or science fiction aspect to an old fashioned historical romance... Oh well, this is just a fun example of how far a lively imagination can carry the reader, into a world of magic, romance and fun. Think of this story as a delightful confection instead of regular meat and potatoes... Just enjoy it and stop analyzing, that is my motto!
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