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Threads of Magic by Monica Fairview ~ Review

Title: Threads of Magic 
Author: Monica Fairview
Genre: Fantasy Pride and Prejudice variation
Publisher: White Soup Press
Release Date: January 25th, 2022
Number of Pages: 254
Version Read: Kindle ebook
Buy: Amazon

Synopsis: In a magical Regency England, two powerful magicians strive to find a balance between love and duty as they confront enemies who might well be their closest friends.

Elizabeth Bennet may be a heroine, but by defying some of the most powerful mages in England, she has made enemies who will stop at nothing to embroil her in scandal.

So when she is accused of endangering the Royal Mages through her reckless actions, she no longer knows who to trust. Even the gentleman she loves is taking their side. It seems the only person who believes her is the captive French mage who is imprisoned in the cellar at Netherfield.

Meanwhile, Fitzwilliam Darcy is willing to fight to the death to defend Elizabeth, if only she would stop getting herself into trouble. Why does she always have to break the rules? And why does even her sister Jane cause him so many problems?
Join us in this magical Jane Austen Regency variation. Set mostly in Meryton, with familiar beloved characters from Pride and Prejudice, you will once again be enchanted by Elizabeth and Darcy’s struggle to find true love against the backdrop of England’s war with Napoleon.

My Review: This is the second book in Mr. Darcy's Magic series and I do suggest reading the first one before reading this one as it picks up after the end of book one. The majority of this book takes place at Netherfield after Founder's Hall is damaged during an attack from the French that only Elizabeth stopped by connecting to three other mages. Of course, only Darcy and Elizabeth saw the attack so nobody really believes it happened. Elizabeth becomes ostracized by all the other mages while Darcy is trying to get to the bottom of the attack. 

I have to say that I didn't enjoy this book as much as I did the first one as it took me forever to get through reading it but I'm still looking forward to reading the next book in the series. 

Rating: 3½ stars

*I received an advanced copy from the author. All opinions are my own. 
1 comment on "Threads of Magic by Monica Fairview ~ Review"
  1. Thanks for the review. I am looking forward to reading this and the third in the series


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