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A Most Improper Magick

By Stephanie Burgis

Snappy Review

I loved it! Magic meets Jane Austen, an overbear Step-Mamma, a martyr to the family cause, a sister who has secrets and that’s just the beginning – but lets not forget highway robber… and magick!

Synopsis

From the author of The Dragon with the Chocolate Heart, this is a witty and irreverent adventure set in Jane Austen times – with magic!

‘I was twelve years of age when I chopped off my hair, dressed as a boy, and set off to save my family from impending ruin. I made it almost to the end of my front garden . . .’

Kat Stephenson has just discovered that she’s inherited her mother’s magical talents, and despite her Stepmama’s stern objections, she’s determined to learn how to use them.

But with her eldest sister Elissa’s intended fiance, the sinister Sir Neville, showing a dangerous interest in Kat’s magical potential; her other sister, Angeline, wreaking romantic havoc with her own witchcraft; and a highwayman lurking in the forest, even Kat’s reckless heroism will be tested to the upmost.

If she can learn to control her new powers, will Kat be able to rescue her family and win her sisters their true love?