“Charlotte is learning to control her emerging magical powers under the secret tutelage of Magus Hopkins.
Her first covert mission takes her to a textile mill where the disgruntled workers are apparently destroying expensive equipment.
And if she can’t identify the culprits before it’s too late, her brother will be exiled, and her family dishonoured…”
You guys, I really like this series! This will be a quicker review, as I’m participating in the bookstagram #25infive readathon!
Charlotte has been called on by her brother Ben to come see him at the magical college, which not allowed and could have dangerous consequences for them both. Some strange occurrences have been happening at the mill Ben apprentices at and he has asked Charlotte to see if she can figure it out, while working undercover at the mill.
Charlotte has also been learning to control her powers, to refrain from becoming wild, by training with Magus Hopkins in secret. There is tension between Ben and Charlotte in regards to reporting herself and I’m excited to see where that goes!
Fast paced and filled with political undertones, book two does not disappoint! Not only do we have magic, but some supernatural fantasy as well. The crooked and neferious Ledbetter is still up to no good and the book ends with a whole new plot for book three and hopefully beyond!
I do wish there were more of Magus Hopkins in Weaver’s Lament. The chemistry between Charlotte and Magus Hopkins is making me want the third book NOW! This series is completely satisfying and I highly recommend!