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In the Royal States of America, magic rules all, but life - and love - always finds a way.

Born without magic, Mackenzie Little has few prospects. In a futile attempt to break her out of the null caste, her mother ropes her into participating in a charity auction, where anything can be bought with enough money. She never expected her ex-boss, Dylan Mason, an elite with a love of driving her crazy, would buy her company. For a day, she's happy to live a fairy tale. Nine months later, despite all their precautions, Mackenzie's little miracle is born.

Armed only with Texas pride and New York viciousness, Mackenzie fights through hell or high water to protect her tiny family of two from a society obsessed with magic. The last thing she needs is to land in the middle of a mess doomed to make her, a null, the grand prize of a battle between royals. 

Contains mature themes.

©2017 Susan Copperfield/Pen & Page Publishing/RJ Blain (P)2018 Tantor

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awesome book

loved to read this book and I can listen to this book over and over and never get sick of it

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  • Kelli
  • 07-11-2019

Nice clean romantic fantasy

Lovely romantic fantasy book. Story kept me not so much as intrigued but cheering for the couple. It’s nice to have a romance that’s fun and sexy without the obscenity common with today’s novels. I’m not a prude but want to hear a story not consistent sex scenes

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  • Linda
  • 28-03-2020

What an interesting concept

The US is split up into Magic sovereign kingdoms. Anyone who doesn’t have magic is considered less. Mackenzie is tired of being unappreciated and snaps making big changes and falling under the wins of the magic makers and her mother. 10 years later in the job of her dreams and a daughter she adores, she comes full circle and has to plan an event that started her path to loneliness and denial.

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  • KHave
  • 09-03-2020

PG rated

Good story, great character development. Would have liked more “romance” in a romance book. Not even any good kissing scenes were present 😩

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  • Kribensis
  • 06-08-2018

Love the book

I loved reading the book and now it’s even better with audio! Keep them coming!

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  • Kari Marie - Green Bay, WI
  • 10-09-2020

Good start to a new series

I really was intrigued by the story and appreciate the writer's style. S Copperfield did a great job painting a complete picture of the background details & giving depth to her characters. I have listened to the second book in the series now and enjoyed it as much or more than this one.

I will be continuing with the series. It's easy to listen to and I enjoy the unique settings and stories for each royal family. There is magic in the series but its not so extravagant that it takes over as the only story line.

This review is rather simple but its really that easy; the series has enough going on to intrigue me and keep me wanting more. I just started the 3rd book in the series and so far its got me drawn in.

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  • Kagomaru
  • 30-07-2020

Pure entertainment

The #1 reason this is a 4 vs a 5? Description.
While the dialogue is priceless, there is very little description of anything or anyone other than personality.
I was sad that there weren't any sex scenes considering how hot the lead-ins were, but it didn't detract from the story too much. Just something you should know going in.

The #2 reason this is a 4 vs a 5 is strongly related to the first. There was very little world building to explain anything. And right when you're dealing from a complete gloss over of their 24 hours together, the author just glosses over almost eleven years.

The narrator was good, but she didn't have a strong difference between 'Dylan's' voice and other men of a similar age. Also, she wasn't able to do much of a Texas accent- which was sad since this took place mostly in Texas.

Overall, this is a thoroughly entertaining book and I will likely listen to more in the series; but with either more effort or a second author this could have become SO much more.

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  • Trish
  • 22-07-2020

What a jewel of a find

And it’s in the romance package!! Well written with likeable characters and a story line that kept me interested for the entire 13.5 hours. I would have gladly spent a credit for it! I’m on to the next book in the series.

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  • Amy M
  • 13-07-2020

Wonderful book

If you like RJ Blain, you will like Susan Copperfield. This is an interesting worls she has created where the United States is the Royal States and class is determined by magical ability. Underlying are some serious themes about society that are handled with great aplomb and in the printed book there is a reference to actual resources. I loved this book and look forward to the rest of the series. The characters are well written and I love the narrator here for the audiobook. Happy endings happen!

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  • KLM
  • 28-05-2020

supper cute

This book is supper cute. I have to admit I was a little confused on what order to read this series in as Amazon and audible have rhe books in different orders. I recommend reading storm caller first which is what I did as it give you the background story on the Texas king and queen. That being said its not necessary and what ever order you do read this in you'll love the series.

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  • LahrCat
  • 16-05-2020

witty

Interesting concept and witty dialogue with a reader who uses her voice to make the characters come alive keep this book moving.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 21-07-2018

Love this author

Irreverent, funny, fast paced. Female lead who is a force of nature and flawed at the same time. Great alternative USA world building.

I love Susan Copperfield's books. This is the first of this series and my favourite of the series so far but I've re-read and enjoyed all three of them a number of times. Now I have the pleasure of listening to it in the car too. Thank you!

I was worried about how good a job the narrator would do but she's good!

BTW this is a prolific writer who writes as RJ Blain and other names too.

PS Don't get bent out of shape by the apparent acceptance of child marriage. This is further explored and dealt with as the series progresses and is a perfectly acceptable use of the age old practice of dealing with a real word issue in a fictional universe.

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