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Flight of Magpies (A Charm of Magpies) by KJ…

Flight of Magpies (A Charm of Magpies) (original 2014; edition 2014)

by KJ Charles

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Title:Flight of Magpies (A Charm of Magpies)
Authors:KJ Charles
Info:Samhain Publishing, Ltd. (2014), Kindle Edition, 181 pages
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Flight of Magpies by KJ Charles (2014)



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NOT an audio book.
  ClifSven | Dec 27, 2018 |
This book is even better than the previous ones, and all the threads come together to an epic end.

The relationship between Stephen and Lucien is simply breath-taking in its beauty and the commitment between these two is made plainer than ever.

And Merric is in love! Isn't it wonderful?

I only have left the last short story of this series, and I'm already mourning it. But hey! there are more K.J. Charles books out there, and I'm planning to read every. Single. One. ( )
  Claudia_M | Oct 27, 2018 |
Things between Lord Crane and his overwhelmed justiciar lover Stephen Day come to a breaking point; Crane loves Day but can’t stand to see him use himself up in the service of ungrateful and hostile magicians. Meanwhile, someone is killing police officers, and somehow it’s connected to their old enemies. A nice conclusion to the main series. ( )
  rivkat | Oct 25, 2018 |
4.5 stars
A great conclusion to the series, with a well orchestrated plot.
There are so many good scenes in this book that it would be too long to name all of them, so let’s just say that Lucien’s creativity with insults came out in full force here, as did Stephen’s claws.
I also liked how their relationship progress was handled, I loved both the fight and the reconciliation, doesn’t matter what they’re saying or doing, these two are perfectly matched.
I hope to see them doing a cameo in one of the spin-off books. ( )
  Ele.na | Jun 8, 2018 |
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