Ted Bun reviews The Watchmaker’s Daughter (Glass and Steele Book 1), The Mapmaker’s Apprentice (Glass and Steele Book 2) and The Apothecary’s Poison (Glass and Steele Book 3) by C J Archer
The slightly magical stories of the Watchmakers Daughter, Londoner, India Steele and her struggle with her magic, her employer American (or is he an English Lord) Matthew Glass’s uncertain future and the romance between them. Matthew has to find Chronos , another magical watchmaker, the only person who can stop him dying. However, Chronos has disappeared and there are other people in pursuit of Matthew. They are seeking to take revenge on him for other actions in his past. No wonder the romance is in denial!
Very well written and very engaging main characters. I read the first three of the seven stories on the bounce. I’ll be reading the rest soon, I expect
A Ted's Best Read 5 Stars *****
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