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Bit daft really.,
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This review is from: Shades of Milk and Honey (Glamourist Histories Series Book 1) (Kindle Edition)
This is a standard historical romance, a bit formulaic but quite readable. Except for this thing of 'glamour', an every day magic that the heroine of the book is rather good at. It is used in the way we would do a bit of interior décor. Instead of going to B and Q to buy some wallpaper, they make a 'glamural', a mural which looks real. Apparently men are very impressed if you have the talent of glamour, they like to think you will make their house look really lovely with your marvellous magicky skills. It's an okay book for romantic fiction, just try to think that in this world glamouring is like playing the pianoforte in other historical novels.