Binding Spell by Christine Pope
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Book #3 in the Tales of the Latter Kingdoms Series
This is Book #3 in the Tales of the Latter Kingdoms Series, but the first book that I've read by Christine Pope.
I featured it as a DSOA pick on my Blog in April 2013, which meant that at that time it was available as a free Kindle download.
Although this is Book #3 in the series, it's capable of standing alone.
Actually, it's a fairly decent fantasy/magic/romantic novel that I really quite enjoyed.
I love the cover too, which I think first attracted me to the work.
This was enjoyable enough that I will be going back and putting the first two books of the series on my WTR list.
As mentioned above, this was a DSOA pick. It's available now as a Kindle Download for £1.99 HERE (which is a reasonable enough price) and £9.26 for the paperback (which is a heft price tag).
Fiction, Magic & Mystery, Romance
Dark Valentine Press 2013
Page 41: gotten - say no more!
Page 46: would be to write them both and ask - write to them both.
Page 60: But my father taught me as best he could, showing me the simple spells most all users of magic could use, even as he told me that every mage-born sould had his own particular talent - particularly scrappy sentence that needs to be restructured.
Page 117: I'm sure if we go meet them - uck!
Page 216: And while the air was colder than what I would consider comfortable - than I would.
Page 281: for there are not so many places as what you describe ... - as many places as you describe.
Page 282: But there are still some houses such as what I've described - such as I've described.
Page 282: as new people take up residence there at a greater rate than what you might find in the older districts of the city - than you might find in the older.
Page 283: well, more people than what Maldis would want about - more people than Maldis would want.
Page 299: gotten - I'm going to start a campaign against this word.
Page 331: gotten - arghhhh!