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“Whimsical, witty, and brimming over with charm” (India Holton), Olivia Atwater’s delightful debut will transport you to a magical version of Regency England, where the only thing more meddlesome than a fairy is a marriage-minded mother!
It’s difficult to find a husband in Regency England when you’re a young lady with only half a soul.
Ever since she was cursed by a faerie, Theodora Ettings has had no sense of fear or embarrassment—an unfortunate condition that leaves her prone to accidental scandal. Dora hopes to be a quiet, sensible wallflower during the London Season—but when Elias Wilder, the strange, handsome, and utterly ill-mannered Lord Sorcier, discovers her condition, she is instead drawn into peculiar and dangerous faerie affairs.
If her reputation can survive both her curse and her sudden connection with the least-liked man in all high society, then she and her family may yet reclaim their normal place in the world. But the longer Dora spends with Elias, the more she begins to suspect that one may indeed fall in love even with only half a soul.
Praise for Half a Soul
“Whimsical but never frivolous, sweet but not sugary. I loved it.” —Alix E. Harrow
“Delightful. Half a Soul is the definition of a comfort read.” —Hannah Whitten
“I wolfed this down with great pleasure.” —KJ Charles
“This winsome, whimsical fantasy romance sweeps you off your feet.” —Megan Bannen
“Smart and subversive, Half a Soul will ignite your heart—and your hope.” —Shelley Parker-Chan
“A perfect historical fantasy romance: warm, sparkling with magic, dangerous, and delightful.” —Tasha Suri