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This plot had me in stitches, it moved at a satisfying pace, it was filled with intrigue, and so many interesting and colorful characters I found myself laughing and tapping the pages of my kindle to further each page. I am looking forward to other characters and their stories, and fully intend to read their stories as well. I can highly recommend this to lovers of a little bit of magic, even more laughter, and a whole lot of romance.
I can't imagine the second book could be nearly this good, but I may try it anyway.
P. S. I think I've read the whole series now and this is my favorite. I just finished rereading
it and enjoyed it as much as the first time.
In Magic in the Stars we find Lady Azenor Dougall (a/k/a Aster to her family), an astrologer, who attempts to ensure the safety and happiness of her family by creating their zodiac charts. Naturally, when she percieves a dire threat to a distant family branch she feels honor bound to notify them.
There she meets Lord Theophilus Ives, (a/k/a Theo) a dedicated astronomer and inventor who has perfected a telescope capable of seeing beyond Saturn’s moons. Although he does not say it, we readers quickly percieve that he looks on astrology as something akin to a parlor trick not to be taken seriously. Now the fun begins.
The story line is well plotted and the dialog is clever and fast paced, occasionally even laugh out loud funny. There were times when poor Theo was particularly stressed and needed to be in multiple places at the same time I could almost picture him as Cary Grant in Arsenic and Old Lace.
The characters are well developed with unique personalities that make you want to see more and more of them. Hopefully they will all have their unique stories told in subsequent books in this series and I can hardly wait.
I long ago learned I could automatically buy any book written by Patricia Rice, whether a romance novel or not, and I would be entertained. This book doesn't change my mind.
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