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As in the earlier novel, Magic in the Stars, destinies intertwine with the Malcolm and Ives families. The Malcolms are comfortable with refining and polishing their talents and see magic as a gift to appreciate and use for good. The Ives have talents, also, but are uneasy about using them. They would much prefer employing science and mathematics in achieving successful solutions.
Lord Erran Ives, the third in line behind Lord Duncan Ives, Marquess of Ashford and Theo, is a barrister. He is disheartened that courtroom drama caused him to become indignant. That led to his “courtroom voice.” That voice persuaed crowds to do as he directed. However, he was sure the judge and other legal officials would now look down on him. He wanted to win on his own merits – not because of some mumbo-jumbo.
Erran travelled to look over the London townhouse owned by the Marquess. An accident had blinded the Marquess , but he needed to be in Parliament to lead the fight for reforms. Erran planned to see if the townhouse could be remodeled to allow the blind Marquess to live in town.
Celeste Malcolm Rochester, her siblings, and her retainers were staying in that townhouse, formerly leased by her late father, Lord Rochester. The ship that had sailed from Jamaica and their plantation had encountered storms at sea. Lord Rochester had helped save the ship, but in doing so, lost his life.
Now, Celeste and her family were in dire straits, as her Father’s will could not be located, and a distant family member was trying to sell off all the assets, including people her Father had freed years before. In addition, neither he nor any of the family she knew of in London were willing to help them.
Whereas Erran sometimes shouted to persuade – although he hated doing so, Celeste whispered songs to persuade people to do good.
Therefore, it should be no surprise that when these two met, there was bound to be turbulence and for both to evolve and grow.
And this is what I think the underlying theme is for Patricia Rice’s Magic series: the magic of love!