Dark Mirror by M. J. Putney
Then Tory's pledge sweeps her and her friends into a perilous world of danger, challenge, and a triumph that saves Britain from conquest. can danger also bring Tory and Allarde together, despite all that stands between them?
At some parts to this book, things just seemed to hokey. When she first arrived in England in 1940, Nick and his family were all-too accepting of her and her powers. I highly doubt if someone came up to me and told me they were a mage from 1803 I would believe them. But, in the end, it pays off that they were so accepting of her and willing to learn magic.
Another time in the book that seemed too good to be true was towards the end, but I'm not going to ruin that part for you. The ending was so beautiful it brought tears to my eyes. I just absolutely loved the ending. It made up for the begining being slow, and all the times I was a little confused. I just wanted to jump into the book and take Tory's place. I can't even describe how much I loved the ending. You'll have to read it and feel it for yourself.
Overall Rating: 3.5 Stars