Library Journal - Library JournalAccording to Hippolyta, she merely seeks ``the hidden wisdom in the world'' to use it for good; according to everyone else, she is a witch. She is also the Countess of Trevalyen, mistress of the mysterious and enchanted Rookeshaven, and intent on continuing her own magical studies. However, relatives, danger, and love all arrive to complicate matters, and Hippolyta, with the help of the charming Julian St. Ives, must set everything to rights. Comstock (An Impetuous Miss, Zebra, 1993) has produced a sprightly, witty, and unusual Regency, peopled with a wonderfully eclectic assortment of characters and laced with humor, magic, and many a well-turned phrase. [Comstock lives in Arch Cape, Oregon.]
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Midsummer's Magic based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Interesting magical terms, and a fun, quick read. Silly, though. Not very deep. Her contemporary book, Fool's something is much better.