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Clandestine Magic trilogy

The covers of Subversive, Radical and Revolutionary are shown side by side, with silhouetted characters in forest settings (fall, winter, spring)

In an America controlled by wizards and 100 years behind on women’s rights, Beatrix Harper counts herself among the resistance—the Women’s League for the Prohibition of Magic.

Then Peter Blackwell, the only wizard her town has ever produced, unexpectedly returns home and presses her into service as his assistant.

Beatrix fears he wants to undermine the League. His real purpose is far more dangerous for them both.

“The trilogy is a highlight of my very bookish year.” — itsKoo Reviews

“What a captivating story!” — One Book More 

“The only bad thing about this book is that it had to end.” — Life in the Book Lane Reviews

“I highly recommend this series if you’re into quick-paced fantasy books where politics and romance play very important roles. Ani Reads

The box set includes the complete trilogy and (in the ebook version) a bonus story available nowhere else.

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For a standalone read in this world, check out Into the Bargain. Flat out of better options, Pen Novak has two weeks to vie for an offer of marriage from her town’s unpleasant wizard. She really shouldn’t be falling for the wizard’s intriguing assistant, who offers her a bargain but won’t tell her his name …

The Opposite of Magic

Emily Daggett’s childhood dream of finding a wizard just came true—fifteen years late and in the entirely wrong way.

Alexander Hartgrave is a thirty-year-old IT worker instead of a proper silver-haired mage, and they dislike each other the minute they meet.

And OK, maybe he starts to grow on her—like mold, sarcastic and weirdly attractive mold—but he’s annoyingly resistant to the idea that he ought to be teaching her magic and ushering her on an adventure.

She’ll get one out of him if it’s the last thing she does.

That couldn’t go entirely wrong, could it?

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