Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Waiting on Wednesday: 2.23.10

Phew! This has been a super busy week with four major events happening in the last 5 days. And I'm also busy with the Birthday Bookmark Swap. Hopefully I'll get time to blog about everything that's happened a little later, but for now I wanted to pop in with a quick WoW post.

Dark Mirror by M. J. Putney

About the Book (from "Lady Victoria Mansfield, youngest daughter of the earl and countess of Fairmount, is destined for a charmed life. Soon she will be presented during the London season, where she can choose a mate worthy of her status.

Yet Tory has a shameful secret—a secret so powerful that, if exposed, it could strip her of her position and disgrace her family forever. Tory’s blood is tainted . . . by magic.

When a shocking accident forces Tory to demonstrate her despised skill, the secret she’s fought so hard to hide is revealed for all to see. She is immediately exiled to Lackland Abbey, a reform school for young men and women in her position. There she will learn to suppress her deplorable talents and maybe, if she’s one of the lucky ones, be able to return to society.

But Tory’s life is about to change forever. All that she’s ever known or considered important will be challenged. What lies ahead is only the beginning of a strange and wonderful journey into a world where destiny and magic come together, where true love and friendship find her, and where courage and strength of character are the only things that determine a young girl’s worth."

I'm up for pretty much any YA book with a regency-type setting. Add in a bit of magic, and this book sounds like a lot of fun. I'm really intrigued by the cover too. I want to know what's up with the girl in the mirror!

Dark Mirrorwill be released in a few days, on March 1st. You can preorder it now though through or other bookstores:


Mystica said...

Sounds a different kind of read. Historical fiction plus magic seems potent!

Ann Summerville said...

Thanks for the review. I haven't read any Regency setting books in years - this sounds like an interesting read.