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    5 starsIntriguing Story in the Regency era

    I really enjoyed this book. The regency atmosphere, the unusual protagonist that was well written and the light romance that let a fascinating plot play out. I love a good story involving ghosts that is not horror. I can't wait to read the next in the series.
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    Great characters and an enthralling story

    Trey's job is to keep Lumen safe from marauding spirits. After the Great Incursion, that job is something that cannot be taken lightly. So when he comes across the spirit of a young lady on his way home from a night out, his duty is apparently quite clear; send her on. Somehow, it doesn’t quite happen as he expects, and instead, Trey and Arabella find themselves in the position of having to work together to defend Lumen from a much greater threat - and form an unlikely alliance in so doing. Ghostlight is the first in the Reflected City series, and as always when I open a Rabia Gale novel, I found myself hooked from the first page. Whether it's steampunk sci-fi or gaslamp fantasy, the author's story-telling ability is unquestionable. It's also refreshing to read novels where the interaction between characters is based on personalities and common goals, rather than who's going to fall into bed with whom. The world-building is excellent, evoking a solid sense of place and period without getting hung up on the details. Trey is a most original protagonist; he manages to embody the somewhat crotchety 'get off my lawn' personality in the person of the young and highly eligible Lord St. Ash, and the conflict between society's expectations of him and his personal inclinations adds ongoing hilarity to the read. Overall, I highly recommend this book; I was laughing and reading out bits to my partner within minutes of opening it.

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