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Waiting on Wednesday (14)

Waiting On Wednesday is a weekly meme, hosted at Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we seriously can’t wait for.
 Here's my pick for the week, that I seriously can't wait for:

Merlin’s Irregulars are grateful to have made it safely home to 1803 England, but their view of the world has changed.  Not only are they more confident and proud of their part in the heroic Dunkirk evacuation, but their powers have increased because of their dangerous and exhausting magical work.    
Tory and Allarde become closer everyday until an agonizing conflict threatens to tear them apart.  Allarde is deeply connected to his family's estate, the land he will one day inherit, but only if he denies his magical abilities and marries a non-magical mate.  Being with Tory will deny him his heritage, and his family lets Tory know this.  Will she have the strength to end their relationship?
Cynthia is now a powerful and respected member of the Irregulars, but her prickly attitude keeps everyone at a distance.  Feeling isolated and very alone at Lackland Abbey over the Christmas holidays makes her even surlier than usual, but an invitation from Jack Rainford to join in his family's festivities is an unexpected delight, though heaven forbid she show her gratitude!  There's an attraction between the two young mages, but will Cynthia let her guard down enough to let herself fall in love?

Then the Irregulars are called upon once again, this time to rescue a vitally important French scientist and his family from Hitler.  Once before their magic helped save England’s future.  Can they do that again?
I LOVED Dark Mirror, the first book in the series, and I can't wait to read the second.


  1. Ooooh I really liked Dark Mirror too. Must put this one on my wishlist.

  2. ooo, so curious about this one!


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