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The Magician's Curse by Linda G. Hill - Guest Blogger Book Review

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When Herman Anderson leaves home to make a better life for herself, she doesn’t expect to meet a tall, dark stranger with whom she’ll fall hopelessly in love.
Charming and mysterious, Stephen Dagmar is a stage magician seeking an assistant. The moment he sets eyes on Herman, he knows she’s the one. He brings her home to his Victorian mansion where they embark upon an extravagant romance. Yet a shadow hangs over their love. Will the curse on his family end Stephen and Herman’s happily ever after, before it really begins?
Amidst lace and leather, innocence and debauchery, The Magician’s Curse begins the Gothic tale of The Great Dagmaru. Magic and romance await.
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Jennifer's Review
I thought this was a great book. 
It’s the first in a series, and it’s about this girl named Herman who is on a train, making her way to a new job working on a horse farm. 
She meets a stranger named Stephen who is a magician. He invites her to be his assistant, and they fall in love. 
He has a curse handed down from his family and is determined to break it. The book follows the two of them, but mostly focuses on Stephen doing his magic tricks while trying to break his family’s curse. 
Does he succeed? What happens to them? Read this book and find out. 
I highly recommend it. 5 stars.
Author Bio  
Linda G. Hill was born and raised an only child in Southern Ontario, Canada. She credits the time she spent alone when she was growing up, reading books and building worlds and characters of her own to keep her company, as the reason she became a writer.

A stay-at-home mom of three beautiful boys, Linda is a graduate of the Writing Program at St. Lawrence College in Brockville, Ontario. Aside from caring for her family, she enjoys traveling the world, eating trout cooked on the barbecue, and, of course, reading.

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