“When it comes to family, you’re rich… and I’m dirt poor.”
Amid the intoxicating chaos of Winter Festival, attendant Dilly and Hedge Mage Fitch cross paths.
After surviving Rin’s wretched streets, Dilly aims to prove herself to Lady Elenia, who brought her back to Lac’s Holding and blessed her with a new life of comfort and luxury. Fitch seeks vengeance for a loved one, killed by a liquor that makes one vulnerable to suggestion.
But their separate goals are derailed when Dilly discovers Elenia’s secret lover is the head of a too-ambitious kinship, and Fitch finds his own smuggler-family pressuring him into using his unique nudging abilities for mutinous deeds.
When murmurs of treason break out in Lac’s Holding, it becomes clear that only Dilly and Fitch know the truth.
The question is how they can save the city when those they’re loyal to stand in their way.
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Author: Dorothy A. Winsor
Category: YA Fantasy
Release Date: March 2021
RRP: £9.99 / 12.99€ / $14.99
Format: eBook (MOBI & ePUB)
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[T]he book spins a tale that keeps readers on their toes, with plot twists and complex main characters. […] The important theme of loyalty runs through this third book in the series, beginning with the commitment of a dog, and explores whether loyalty to family is obligatory when family has betrayed their own blood. […]The Trickster is a clean read, with the perfect balance of espionage and romance.
– Windy City Reviews
A wonderful read. It has political intrigue, high stakes, a cute little dog, and a plucky girl as one of the main characters.
– Elyzabeth Royse, Feywild Books
There was a lot going on from the beginning to the end of the book: treason, deals, backstabbing, smuggling, romance. This book had everything.
– Christine Farragher, Goodreads