Our Hero and Heroine
a pattern card Regency miss who learns to assert herself. She obeys her father's commands, but when propelled by him into an unsuitable marriage, she finds the inner strength to fight for respect. Gifted with a talent for boiling down life's absurdities to the basic, her decorating expertise is much admired.
Having accompanied his brother to the wilds of Australia, learned the craft of magic, and returned to England, Adrian has seen more of the world than your average Regency buck. Kangaroos and aborigines taught him that there is much humor in the world, if one is only willing to look for it. If he could take up pen and ink, Hughes would probably topple Cruickshank from his throne as king of the cartoon industry. With no talent for drawing, he collects art.
Ebook ISBN: 978-1370786268
Print ISBN 10: 1539015444
Print ISBN 13: 978-1539015444
Second Printing: 2016
Distributed by CreateSpace, KDP, and Smashwords
It took me a while to catch the modern influences in my writing. In Thwarting Magic, the threat of global warming manifests itself as a distubance in the atmosphere. Adrian Hughes has to deal with the problem; he suffers less angst in the battle was we do today, but the pain is there.