lunes, 18 de enero de 2016

Reseña Flight of Magpies (A Charm of Magpies, #3)

Flight of Magpies (A Charm of Magpies, #3)Flight of Magpies 

by K.J. Charles

original date: 2014
212 pgs

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


Stephen Day siendo parte de la justicia que regula a quienes cometen crimenes mágicos se ve estresado por la sobrecarga de trabajo, demandas de la policia, del Concilio, mientras recaen sospechas sobre él, y su aprendiz, que terminan afectando su relación con Crane.



Stephen’s problem with the Council was all down to Crane. He knew it, hated it, and was powerless to do anything about it.
Crane was descended from a magician of immense power known as the Magpie Lord, and the Vaudrey family line still carried that power. He had no magical talent of his own, but it ran in his blood and bone and seed, and when his body met Stephen’s, the magic came with it, unsought and unstoppable
Esta es la clase de historia que sin ahondar demasiado puede equilibrar una trama de crimenes y acción con el romance en bastante poco espacio de tiempo. Me encanta la pareja de Stephen y Lucien. Hay humor y momentos dificiles.

Una serie recomendada.



Que lata que parece que este es el último libro :'(
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He looked round at Stephen, a rueful smile dawning. “But I do hope you are aware, my sweet, somewhere in that absurd heart, that I am ever, entirely, and quite pathetically yours.”





Le sigue la historia corta: Feast of Stephen (A Charm of Magpies #3.5) (3 estrellas)

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