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Very good story, not your usual regency.,
This review is from: Daughter of Destiny (Sonnet Books) (Mass Market Paperback)
I was a bit dubious about reading what I thought would be a traditionalregency, but I finaly did & was I glad I did. I think it was the slightparanormal element to the story which I enjoyed so much.
Lady Georgiana Darleigh is not your usual Regency lady she is a Druid withunbelievable powers & although she doesn't yet know it, she has a destinyto fulfill...
She is very outrageous, not caring what anyone thinks about her antics. Georgie is estranged from her husband because she found out a few weeksafter marrying him, Brock only married her to save his estates. All shewanted from him is his love. She does all these outragous things to grabhis attention.
With 2 friends Georgie goes to Watier's club for a masquerade for peer's &their mistresses. Brock hears about this & goes straight there to bringhis errant wife home. While Georgie is at Watier's & before Brock findsher there, something very strange happens to her. She is thinking abouther aunt Gwynllian when she suddenly appears in front of her, as if out ofthin air. But she knows her aunt is at home in Wales, not at a masqueradein London. What Georgie doesn't realise is that she can make illusionsappear real with her mind. Even other people can see her illusions & oneman in particular who is very shocked by what he sees. His name is theDuke of Gloucester & he is part of Georgie's destiny...She has to stop theDuke from attaining the throne of England if she can.