Magic, Adventure, and Romance...

Cover of US edition of 'Stolen Magic'.

"The Guardians’ Golden Hall was the one place in England where I could be entirely safe from thoughts of matchmaking, gowns, and being shoved at eligible young men like a side of beef for their appraisal.

At least, that was what I thought..."

A New Kat Novella!

Ever since the third Kat book first came out in the UK, I've been getting emails from readers who wanted to know: who was Kat going to end up with herself, after all the matchmaking she did for her older siblings? Well, now you can finally find out...because "Courting Magic", a Kat novella set five years after the events of Stolen Magic/A Reckless Magick, has just come out! It's time for Kat to finally be introduced to Society by her older sisters, whether she likes it or not...and to finally get a romance of her own!

(Needless to say, she wants her family to keep their noses out of her own romance. Needless to say, they wouldn't dream of staying out of it!)

Here's the blurb:

In Kat Stephenson's Regency England, magic is even more shocking than a stolen kiss. But now that she's eighteen, it's time for wild and magical Kat to be introduced to high society by her older sisters, whether she likes it or not...and to finally have a romance of her own! Magic, mystery, humor and romance mingle in this YA Regency novella set in the world of Kat, Incorrigible.

"Courting Magic" is available in all e-formats (including a printable PDF, in case you don't have an e-reader) on Smashwords no matter where you live. You can also buy it from all international branches of KoboiBooks, and Amazon (that's a universal link)! It'll be up on Barnes & Noble soon as well, but in the meantime, if you have a Nook, you can already buy an ePub copy for yourself at Smashwords.

You can also find out more or read the first two chapters right here on this website. I hope you enjoy watching Kat find her own true love (and solve a magical mystery on the way)!

The Kat, Incorrigible trilogy

(a.k.a. The Unladylike Adventures of Kat Stephenson)

Magic may be the greatest scandal in Regency England. But that's not going to stop twelve-year-old Kat Stephenson when there are highwaymen to foil, sinister aristocrats to defeat...and true loves to capture for her two older sisters.

Book One  is out now in the US and Canada as Kat, Incorrigible and in the UK as A Most Improper Magick. 

Book Two is out now in the US and Canada as Renegade Magic and in the UK as A Tangle of Magicks.

Book Three is out now in the US and Canada as Stolen Magic and in the UK as A Reckless Magick. 

Book OneFind out more | Read the first three chapters | Buy online in the UKUSA, or Canada.

Book Two: Find out more | Read the first three chapters | Buy online in the UKUSA or Canada.

Book Three: Find out more | Read the first three chapters | Buy online in the UKUSA or Canada.

"Courting Magic": A novella about Kat, all grown-up, fighting magical crime and finding a romance of her own!

"Dueling Magics": A Kat short story of sisterly rivalry and magic!

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Elsewhere on the Web...

"Patrick: "There ought to be a special gift to give to someone who's completed a trilogy. A specific kind of gem." Me: "OMG, YES!" If only..." @stephanieburgis

"Stephanie Burgis wishes she hadn't already eaten her daily ration of dark chocolate...sigh!"

"Poor me, abandoned in a bookstore with nothing to do but read and eat...oh, who am I trying to kid? I was in heaven. I drank tea, ate chocolate, read a whole book, read another..."

"I adored all the characters, really enjoyed the period feel to it, and laughed an awful lot. (on Wishing for Tomorrow, by Hilary McKay)"

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What they said

"Regency romance meets Harry Potter with a strong jolt of twenty-first-century feminism."

Booklist (on Renegade Magic)

"She has quickly become my favorite middle grade heroine of recent memory"

The Book Smugglers (on Kat, Incorrigible)

"Stunning conclusion to an absolutely magical trilogy. Huge recommendation."

The Bookbag (on A Reckless Magick)

"Part Jane Austen, part Harry Potter, and with a healthy dash of Tamora Pierce, Burgis’ the Unladylike Adventures of Kat Stephenson series is good, clean fun for tweens and younger teens"

Booklist (on Stolen Magic)