The Voyage of the Basilisk (The Memoirs of Lady Trent, #3)

15 July 2020 | By Marie Brennan | Filed in: fantasy of manners.

Alternate cover edition for this ASIN can be found here n nDevoted readers of Lady Trent s earlier memoirs, A Natural History of Dragons and The Tropic of Serpents, may believe themselves already acquainted with the particulars of her historic voyage aboard the Royal Survey Ship Basilisk, but the true

Thornbound (The Harwood Spellbook, #2)

15 July 2020 | By Stephanie Burgis | Filed in: fantasy of manners.

Cassandra Harwood scandalized her nation when she became the first woman magician in Angland Now, she s ready to teach a whole new generation of bright young women at her radical new school, the Thornfell College of Magic Until a sinister fey altar is discovered in the school library, the ruling

The Beautiful Ones

15 July 2020 | By Silvia Moreno-Garcia | Filed in: fantasy of manners.

A young woman finding her wayIt is Antonina Beaulieu s first Grand Season in the elegant city of Loisail A chance to take her place in high society, to find a suitable husband, and to leave her checkered past behind Because Antonina possesses telekinetic powers, powers she can t control, that have

Turning Darkness Into Light

15 July 2020 | By Marie Brennan | Filed in: fantasy of manners.

As the renowned granddaughter of Isabella Camherst Lady Trent, of the riveting and daring Draconic adventure memoirs Audrey Camherst has always known she, too, would want to make her scholarly mark upon a chosen field of study n nWhen Lord Gleinheigh recruits Audrey to decipher a series of ancient

Within the Sanctuary of Wings (The Memoirs of Lady Trent, #5)

15 July 2020 | By Marie Brennan | Filed in: fantasy of manners.

The conclusion to the thrilling memoirs of Lady Isabella Trent and her legacy of dragon evolutionary research and anthropological adventures n nAfter nearly five decades and, indeed, the same number of volumes , one might think they were well acquainted with the Lady Isabella Trent dragon naturalis

Snowspelled (The Harwood Spellbook, #1)

15 July 2020 | By Stephanie Burgis | Filed in: fantasy of manners.

In nineteenth century Angland, magic is reserved for gentlemen while ladies attend to the practical business of politics But Cassandra Harwood has never followed the rules n nFour months ago, Cassandra Harwood was the first woman magician in Angland, and she was betrothed to the brilliant, in

Spellswept (The Harwood Spellbook, #0.5)

15 July 2020 | By Stephanie Burgis | Filed in: fantasy of manners.

In the world of the Harwood Spellbook, 19th century Angland is ruled by a powerful group of women known as the Boudiccate but in order to become a member of that elite group, any ambitious young politician must satisfy tradition by taking a gentleman mage for her husband n nAmy Standish is a born p

Wondering Sight (The Extraordinaries, #2)

15 July 2020 | By Melissa McShane | Filed in: fantasy of manners.

Sophia Westlake is an Extraordinary Seer, gifted with the ability to see past, present and future in Dreams and Visions Her talent led to the destruction of the Caribbean pirates plaguing England s shipping and gained her renown and the accolades of her peers But when she accuses a prominent polit

Burning Bright (The Extraordinaries, #1)

15 July 2020 | By Melissa McShane | Filed in: fantasy of manners.

In 1812, Elinor Pembroke wakes to find her bedchamber in flames and extinguishes them with a thought At 21, she is old to manifest magical talent, but the evidence is unmistakable she not only has the ability to start fires, but the far powerful ability to control and extinguish them She is

Lady of Magick (Noctis Magicae, #2)

15 July 2020 | By Sylvia Izzo Hunter | Filed in: fantasy of manners.

Sylvia Izzo Hunter brought both rural Brittany and an alternative Regency England to vivid life in The Midnight Queen, her debut novel of history, magic, and myth Now, in her new Noctis Magicae novel, Sophie and Gray Marshall are ensnared in an arcane plot that threatens to undo them both In