Happy Sunday, and a very happy release day to Colleen Cowley’s Revolutionary, the third book in the Clandestine Magic series! I adored this series and hope you will too!
Author: Colleen Cowley
Series: Clandestine Magic (Book 3)
Publication Date: Nov. 29, 2020
Publisher: Slender Sky Books
Synopsis: In this final book of the Clandestine Magic trilogy, Beatrix Harper is poised to help her sister accomplish an audacious goal. They’re on the brink of winning back a key right for typics that wizards took away—and maybe, just maybe, getting women more rights in the bargain.
But first she has to rescue Peter Blackwell, trapped in a dark-magic coma. And figure out what a former friend is plotting after nearly killing Peter and disappearing. And stay one step ahead of the vice president’s men.
What her enemies have planned is worse than she realizes. Far worse.
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- The romance. Beatrix and Peter have an epic, swoon-worthy romance!
- The surprising twists. Every book in this series has an unexpected turn of events!
- The powerful themes of equality, rights, the influence of power, fear, and more.
“I love you,” he whispered, taking her hand. “Every day of my life I swear I will prove that to you.”
It really comes down to this: Do we have principles, or don’t we? Are we willing to stomach some uncertainty to save people’s lives…or aren’t we?
We all have inalienable right and I won’t impinge on yours’ shouldn’t be a radical idea.
“No one should have that much power over another person,” he said quietly. “If we do…” he swallowed. “If we do, we’ll discover sooner or later that we’re not nearly as good as we think we are.”
“I know you inside and out,” he said, “and I will never stop loving you.”
6 thoughts on “Happy Release Day to Revolutionary by Colleen Cowley!”
Still in the middle of A Christmas Treasury, which is an incredible book
So glad you’re enjoying it! Is this the collection of stories that you were telling me about?
Yes- starting at A Christmas Carol. Finished the short stories today.
Now time to move on to Christmas classic poems
That was from a few days ago, but that is the proper link- the old one won’t link you to this tag. So just in case
Exciting! I still need to read the first one…