Aurora Firenze lives a quiet life hiding in a junkyard. Her repair shop is the last hope for gadgets and gizmos before they get tossed onto the trash towers. Fortunately, Aurora can fix almost anything, including mages, though repairing people with metal enchantments is highly illegal.
Edmund Rallis, heir to the Rallis senate seat, has spent months hunting down his errant enchantress. He’ll play every game he knows to win her back and entice her to share the secrets she hides. But he’s inadvertently put her on the frontlines of a new game, one with an opponent who’s determined to destroy Rallis Territory and drive the Republic toward war. If the new enemy isn’t stopped in time, Edmund will lose his enchantress again—and this time there won’t be another chance.
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Enchanting writing matches enchanting heroine
(Monday, February 23, 2015)
With a style as enchanting as her enchantress heroine, Aurora, author Anise Rae has created a setting that feels familiar yet is unlike any literary landscape I've traveled before. The corner diner at first seems ordinary, but the waitress casts a spell to keep the coffee hot, and an appliance repair shop is really a front for a workshop where magical metal limbs, including a heart, are created.
The world of Enchanters Echo—Mayflower Mages Book 2—is also home to an enchantress who leaks clouds of glitter when she’s nervous. And Aurora has plenty to be anxious about. Not only is she the protector for a group of outcasts, but Aurora must also track down a force trying to destroy the territory, as well as decide if Edmund, a handsome heir, is worth her trust. Whew!
Rae handles all these plot twists with ease and a subtle sense of humor. The tension between Edmund and Aurora adds to the fun, and a twist at the end reveals a villain I never saw coming. Combine all this with a fairy-tale atmosphere and you have an enchanted adventure that’ll leave you itching to read more of the the Mayflower Mages Series.