Book 12 of 2016 is The Master Magician by Charlie N. Holmberg.
This is the third book in The Paper Magician series.
If I had stopped at the first book, I would have missed the quality of books two and three. This series improved exponentially in time.
There are much better feminist protagonists but placing this in a historical setting helps justify her behaviour. Thing is, Jane Austin would have slapped her silly.
The second book is the peak of this series and I'm not stoked with how this went but it was ok.
Three teenage girls in love with their teachers out of five.
Should I read this? Only if like me, you have Kindle Unlimited. I'd not have read this series if it wasn't free to me, thanks to a Prime subscription.
What did I learn? Women can undermine themselves far too easily by dating colleagues. In all eloquence, I stick with the idea that you shouldn't shit where you eat.