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Harwood Spellbook Series, Volume 1
Narrated by: Emma Newman
Series: Harwood Spellbook Series, Book 1
Length: 7 hrs and 15 mins
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Summary

In 19-century Angland, magic is reserved for gentlemen while ladies attend to the more practical business of politics. But Cassandra Harwood has never followed the rules....

Four months ago, Cassandra Harwood was the first woman magician in Angland, and she was betrothed to the brilliant, intense love of her life.  

Now Cassandra is trapped in a snowbound house party deep in the elven dales, surrounded by bickering gentleman magicians, manipulative lady politicians, her own interfering family members, and, worst of all, her infuriatingly stubborn ex-fiance, who refuses to understand that she's given him up for his own good.  

But the greatest danger of all lies outside the manor in the falling snow, where a powerful and malevolent elf-lord lurks...and Cassandra lost all of her own magic four months ago. To save herself, Cassandra will have to discover exactly what inner powers she still possesses - and risk everything to win a new kind of happiness.  

Note: This audiobook includes a bonus novella, Spellswept.

©2018 Stephanie Burgis Samphire (P)2019 Tantor

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simply magical

this story grabbed me from the start with the simplicity of this complex world ruled by women. it shows how easy it can be, without being too much on it or taking from the main plot