- Pub. Date: March 2011
- Publisher: Sourcebooks, Incorporated
- ISBN-13: 9781402251931
- ISBN: 1402251939
- Edition Description: Reprint
From the Publisher
With exhilarating wit, sensuality, and emotion, bestselling author Patricia Rice offers an enchanting historical romance. When a magical young woman meets a dark aristocrat in a moonlit forest, neither dreams that a strange and powerful love is about to change their lives forever….
SOURCE: THIS BOOK WAS RECEIVED FOR THE PURPOSE FOR REVIEW FROM THE PUBLISHER AND DOES NOT EFFECT THIS REVIEW!!
MERELY MAGIC by Patricia Rice is an amazing,witty historical romance with a touch of magic set in 1750 Northumberland, England.It is a re-issued titled.The plot is enchanting, easy to follow,well developed and intriguing.The characters are engaging,enchanting, believable and will capture your heart. This is the story of Ninian,a beautiful healer,a little essentic,a famous Malcolm,Innocent,lonely,has little bit of magic and is drawn to aristocratic Drogo.Who is handsome,an aristocrat,an Ives,a man of science,lonely,but won’t admit it himself or anyone else,and can’t seem to resist the local witch Ninian.After they are thrown together by a terrific storm,Drogo’s meddling stepsister,they can’t seem to get enough of each other.But they not only face a legend,superstition,danger,lust for each other but they also face Drogo’s trust issues,and Ninian’s Malcolm family.As the danger and chaos mounts they will have to decide if they trust each other enough to survive the Malcolm and Ives legend,be happy together, and maybe begin a new chapter in with Tales of Malcolm and Ives.This is a fast paced story full of passion,some sensuality,promise of brighter days to come,the end of a legend and the beginning of a new life with love,maybe a little peace,family, full of hope,love,and a little happiness.This was an amazing story with a little magic,danger and a lot of love.This book was received for the purpose of review from the publisher and details can be found at Sourcebooks Casablanca, an imprint of Sourcebooks,Inc.
REVIEWED BY: April Renn