The Conjured Woman
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About the Author
With a French father and a mother from New Orleans, Anne Gross's interest in the Napoleonic era was inevitable. Former nurse and classical musician, Anne now lives in San Francisco where she's working on the continued adventures of her recalcitrant heroine.
It's kind of like Outlander but with a protagonist who spends a lot of time swilling gin and punching people.--Kyle Cassidy, author and photographer
Anne Gross' writing style is witty and charming. She never lets her characters off east, which is something I enjoy in novels. And oh, the plot twists they are so much fun. It's fiction that resembles real life in both situation and character relationship dynamics, while being filled with drama, adventure, and romance.
I recommend this book for those who enjoy adventure stories, female protagonists, time travel, fortune telling, and historical fiction. It has a good mix of whimsy and realism. The Conjured Woman is moderate to fast in pacing and certainly a page-turner. I'm looking forward to the next book in the series.--Jadzia DeForest "The Cartomancer: A Quarterly Tarot, Lenormand and Oracle Journal "