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A Lady and Her Magic by Tammy Falkner
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Aug 26, 12

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Read in August, 2012

Since the death of his wife the Duke of Robinsworth has been a bit of a recluse. Especially with all the rumors going around that he actually killed his wife. So the Duke finds it simpler to stay away from society functions. Then he meets the enchanting Sophie Thorne. She is new to the ton and it's her first time away from her homeland and she's on a mission.

I loved it! The story was a thrilling read. Both Sophia and Ashley (The Duke) are interesting characters to read about. Ashley's daughter was a treat as well. It was amazing how she went from brat to angel in a matter of seconds. I loved that faeries are among the ton. Definitely adds a new twist to the Regency. A Lady and Her Magic is a fun, romantic and magical. I highly recommend this one.

**Ms. Falkner is one half of the writing duo behind Lydia Dare. If you enjoy their Regency Vampires and Werewolves you'll love Falkner's debut novel.
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