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  • Title: Love's Labor's Won
  • Author: Christopher G. Nuttall
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  • Page: 431
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  • Two families, alike in dignityd armed with powerful magic The Magical Families of Ashworth and Ashfall have been feuding for countless years, ever since something happened to split one family into two Now, they have been invited to Cockatrice Faire when no other magician would dare invite them both And when it becomes clear that the Ashworth Heir and the AshfallTwo families, alike in dignityd armed with powerful magic The Magical Families of Ashworth and Ashfall have been feuding for countless years, ever since something happened to split one family into two Now, they have been invited to Cockatrice Faire when no other magician would dare invite them both And when it becomes clear that the Ashworth Heir and the Ashfall Heir have fallen in love with one another, Emily finds herself caught in the middle between two powerful families, each one capable of destroying her once and for all
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    Per Gunnar
    This is another a very good book in the Schooled in Magic series although I have to say that I am somewhat concerned about the direction the stories in this universe seems to be going. I quite like this world and I would like to continue to read about Emily’s adventures in this magical world. I do not mind the archaic way the world is governed or the outdated way women sometimes are looked at. It is part of the charm of these book and it is fiction after all. Therefore I am not too happy readi [...]

    Abi
    Emily's mistakes are very frustrating for me as a reader. I feel like she's not really growing as a person. Also, I get a "tell" vibe not a "show" vibe from her emotions.That being said (for the whole series) I really loved this book's plot line but I feel like the books are being published faster than I can read them, which is annoying for obvious reasons.Edit: I'm rereading this book because of Caleb, whom I really like. :)

    Kjirstin
    I was so pleased to see that this latest had been released! This is another "summer vacation" book after Emily's third year of magic school. This time she goes home to her castle to host the magical fair that she visited the summer before. And pretty much everything that can go wrong, does go wrong. I liked the idea of following a Romeo and Juliet romance from the outside, and considering all the implications of that romance as it would have affected the people who weren't the couple in the midd [...]

    Henry Lazarus
    I found myself jumping in on Christopher Nuttall’s latest Schooled in Magic (ebook) tale, moving it to the top of the pile Emily was kidnaped from our world to the no-named lands by a necromancer looking for a child of destiny (Emily’s mother was named Destiny) and rescued by Void, a powerful mage, who sends her to Whitehall for training. In the previous book she finished her third year. She also, with the help of the industrious family of a friend, has been introducing Earth technology like [...]

    williamGoodrow
    Love's Labour's WonThis is very good in the content of the storyline. Emily continues with trials and tribulations as she gets older and more aware of her duties and magical power. The next installment should be totally mind shattering. I can't wait!

    Ben Premack
    A good read, but it doesn't hold a candle to the earlier books in the Schooled in Magic series and feels more like young adult fiction.

    Margaret
    Summer break! Oh, good. Time to go to the Faire. Oops! Emily had agreed to host the Faire at the Barony of Cockatrice but she had left ALL of the arrangements to her steward Bryon, who unfortunately did the minimum possible. Magicians from all over the Allied Lands sent in payments for stalls.Emily thought she knew something about the Faire, having attended it after her Second Year. The Faire at Cockatrice, she finds out, will be some two to three times larger (at least) and BOTH of the famously [...]

    Hollyberye
    This is far and away my favorite of the "summer break" books, thus far. Superbly plotted, and very engaging or at least engrossing characters. I was annoyed with Emily a couple times, especially her reaction to one of the matches in the book, but at least she is a unique/distinctive character. I'm impressed with the author and the series. Really can't stop reading :).

    Jay Collins
    This one could be 3 -3.5 stars, Maybe fewer ideas from others in this one but maybe it is me and I am not looking for them anymore or just failed to notice them as much. I do like when a person takes over a kingdom and tries to rule it, changes laws and sees the consequences. I always like those types of scenarios in books. I will continue with the series as I still like it even with all of its problems.

    Shereen Lang
    I did really enjoy this book. There were a few points about it that didn't flow as well, mostly the parts involving Lady Barb and Master Grey. Other than that, it was pretty entertaining.

    Rosina Rushen
    Great continuationGreat book to continue the story. With a lot of unexpected twists. I really can't wait to read the next book.

    Ronny
    Nice read, much like the previous ones, a bit on the nose at times (also surprised she didn't take the whitehall heart warning from the previous book more to heart)

    Mary B. Grove
    the weakest so farNothing much happens until the end of the book, Emily spends a lot of time getting pushed around by almost everyone else, and there's this looming sense that things could go terribly wrong, but they don't really, at least not until the very end. So lots of potential drama, but not many real fireworks set off.Too many of the books in this series center on Emily's ignorance and the poor decisions she makes out of it. Everyone who is older and/or has authority over her feels quite [...]

    Rick Stuckwisch
    I enjoyed the book well enough, but I have to say that I was frankly disappointed in it. Although it does fit in with the rest of the series, which I have grown to enjoy very much, it didn't really move things forward very much. There wasn't really sufficient literary tension to sustain a full book, and it ended up feeling more like a stop-gap between things, or as setup and staging for the next installment. The characters remain interesting and compelling, but they simply didn't do a whole lot [...]

    Stuart Macmartin
    Some observations and distractions as I read:Chapter 2: nice reference to a quote in a previous book.Chapter 4: continuity error? Didn't Frieda drink wine in the previous book?Lady Barb had told her they'd be going through a portal: yes, she already knew this and so did we.Ok, Lady Barb has a watch too. And there was reference to a clock. I was wondering about those.Chapter 10: I think he learned the word gimlet last book.Done.Another good read. Some more look at the world and of a teenager from [...]

    Kristy Halseth
    I did really enjoy this book. There were a few points about it that didn't flow as well, mostly the parts involving Lady Barb and Master Grey. Other than that, it was pretty entertaining.The only real negative thing I have to say isn't about the so much as it is about the afterward, where the author discusses how he was taught Romeo and Juliet in school. He seems to assume we were all taught the way that he was but it appears that he was taught very differently from my own experience. He seems t [...]

    Iori
    This is one of my favorite series, I love it so much. Mister Nuttall always give me my money worth with his stories. Love's labor's won is a good follow up to Em's adventures in mountaintop. I won't spoil you about the content of the story, but I can garantee you that from what I read in this one the next book show awesome promise. Emily is steadily overcoming the introvert person she was in the first book, she is more decisive. But I think that there is room for her to grow even more and I'm su [...]

    Eric
    Back on trackMy major complaint of the last two books was that Emily wasn't developing fast enough as a character. There is no nebulous prophesy justifying rand bursts of strength, so Emily needed to grow. In this book, I feel she grew a lot.Beyond that, Nuttal is an established author, and you know what are getting into by now. High quality writing, adequate page count for the price, and a great world. The reason why it isn't 5 stars is because it isn't perfect, and I feel that Nuttal has earne [...]

    Adam
    I quite enjoy the combining of tech and magic as it progresses. I could honestly read a whole book about Emily working on wards for her castle. And I greatly respect making it this many books without a single instance of pawning off a strong female to some perfect lover with lots of Lisa Frank stickers and hearts.Young Adult, but I feel like it's written much more strongly than its peers. At first I was a little bothered by grammar choices, but the writing tightens up as the series goes on.

    Martin Vick
    Fun read Enjoyable story but can't help being distracted by the author's over use of some words --dryly and sardonically. Every time a character says something dryly and they do almost every other page I want to yell "buy the author a thesaurus!" There are some poorly constructed sentences and lots of typos too. Did this author have an editor?

    Charlesvan Buren
    Time for Emily to grow up, August 2, 2016Verified Purchase(What's this?)This review is from: Love's Labor's Won (Schooled in Magic Book 6) (Kindle Edition)Emily continues to make serious mistakes and to recover through a combination of luck and inventive thinking, adding to her reputation and gathering new enemies as she goes. Time for her to grow up and move forward with the story.

    Kurt Benson
    Good readEmily gets in enough trouble for three people most of the time. This time it's worse. Hosting a magic fair many times larger than any previous one, inviting two families that make the Hatfield's and McCoys look like BFFs, and I troducing

    Mary
    I devoured this series - 9 books in 2 weeks. A Magic School, a young girl with magic from this dimension, teachers, potions, dukedoms and nobility do not always mix, but they do make for good reading.

    Justin Lambert
    couldn't put it downSo much praise! Great book. Downloaded last Wednesday, started Friday, just finished Sunday morning. Great book better series! I hope to see this series go on for many more installments,

    Deborah
    Another entertaining story by an author who is becoming a favorite of mine.

    Morandia
    I still love this series. Emily makes such disastrous decisions, but always manages to come out on top - even if she does keep making enemies

    Chrissy Stoll
    Compared to the other books in this series, not a whole lot happened in this book. It seemed a bit like filler.

    Jay
    still getting a kick out of the series, but some character development is feeling long overdue at this point.

    Jonathan
    Very enjoyable series. More please.

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