Read the review of book one – The Midnight Queen here.
Lady of Magick picks up two years after the events of the first book with Sophie and Gray ensconced at Oxford, Gray teaching and Sophie finally studying magic.
When Gray is invited to guest lecture at the university of Dun Edin in the neighbouring Kingdom of Elba, Sophie quickly agrees to go with him, but something else is going on and it isn’t too long before the Marshalls are tangled up in intrigue and terror.
Now I thought the first book was great but this one is a corker – new characters, new adventures, the return of some of my favourites from the first book.
Hunter’s writing is gripping and the plot is fun and clever. This is a fantastic piece of not only fantasy but mystery and adventure.
The book is currently available in trade paperback but will be officially released on 21st September – plenty of time to read the first book.
Stay tuned for the third in the trilogy.