Edmund Rallis, heir to the Rallis senate seat, has spent months hunting down his errant e ...more
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“Enchantress with a repair shop”
She violates the Law of Natural Physique.
She had helped Lily. This young girl captured my heart.
She is the Enchantress and he is the Destroyer. She is forced to work with him to save their kingdom. To her life is sunshine and lollipo ...more
The world of Enchanters Echo—Mayflower Mages Book 2—is also home to an enchantress who leaks clouds o ...more
Enchanter’s Echo is the second book in the Mayflower Mages series. The first was Syphon’s Song.
Read on for my thoughts on Enchenter’s Echo. No true spoilers, promise.
I absolutely loved the world building in this novel. I enjoy reading alternative universe based novels mainly to see how the author changes, merges and creates an entire new exi ...more
It took me a few chapters to get into the book - perhaps because I haven't read the first in the series. But I did like the world built here. Great alternate reality version of USA as mage run Republic. I'd like to read more.
But if it hadn't been for the wonderful love story between Edmund and Aurora, it would have been a 3 and h ...more
I picked this up because I’ve been in more of a fantasy/sci-fi sort of mood, rather than a paranormal one. The concept was interesting, so I picked up the first book in the series to review as well. And I really, really liked Syphon’s Song. So this may be the very first time in my long life as a reader that going back and reading the first book(s) in a series made things harder rather than better. ...more
Each book of the Mayflower Mages series can be read as a standalone. Though I do recommend reading them in order, since they center on one family and follow a timeline. So in the second book the happenings from the first boo ...more
(Enchanter's Echo, opening page)
Full review at MoonBird Book Channel.
Welcome to Book Two in the Mayflower Mages series.
Picking up shortly after the events in book one left off. Our heroine is an enchanter mage (one of several new breeds of mages that author Anise Rae introduces us to) living on her ow ...more
Aurora is a wonderful character: she ...more
The main character is Aurora, a very powerful although fairly unthreatening character even though she has immense power. She lives in an isolated tower of trash in a smaller district of the country l ...more
I really enjoyed this book. Almost reminded me of Cinder with a more passionate love aff ...more
Quick & Dirty: An enchantress and the Senator’s son…Will they be able to save their love?
Opening Sentence: The keep-out spell awoke at her approach.
Aurora is an enchantress, she spends most of her time at her quiet repair shop ever since her contract with the Noble’s ran out. She has been hiding from everyone including Edmund. Mostly because she has made some illegal enchantments and if she is found it she will be killed. So when Edmund s ...more
Even though I haven’t read the first book in this series, I still really enjoyed this. The author does such a great job in recapping necessary things that I don’t feel like I missed out on anything important. The mystery and action starts right from t ...more
Aurora is an enchantress that lives hiding in a junk yard. She has her own repair shop. She can repair almost anything, including people with metal and enchantments but it's highly illegal. Edmund Rallis is heir to the most powerful territory in the republic. She met Edmund about a year ago and had a weekend with him. Edmund accused Aurora of making a metal eye. When he had it in his hand, he tossed it and she destroyed it. Ther ...more
Aurora Firenze lives a quiet life hiding in a junkyard. Her repair shop is the last hope for gadgets and gizmos before they get tossed onto the trash towers. Fortunately, Aurora can fix almost anything, including mages, though repairing people with metal enchantments is highly illegal.
Edmund Rallis, heir to the Rallis senate seat, has spent months hunting down his errant enchantress. He'll play every game he knows to win her back and entice her to share the secrets she hides. But he's ina
Though she lacks real supernatural powers, she believes the true magic within us is our own creativity – a gift we m ...more