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!!> Epub ➟ Must Be Magic (Magic, #2) ➞ Author Patricia Rice – Brazilianportuguesetranslator.us

Must Be Magic (Magic, #2) An Explosive Attraction Lady Leila Staines Has Always Felt Like An Outcast Among Her Magically Gifted Sisters Desperate To Discover Her Own Talent, She Seeks Out Dunstan Ives, A Dark And Brooding Aristocrat With A Scientific Bent Who May Hold The Key To Unleashing Leila S Hidden Powers.Can Create A Spark That S Pure Magic Dunstan Has Shunned The Decadent Society That Wrongfully Condemned Him Of Murder, And He S Vowed Never Again To Succumb To The Spell Of A Beautiful Woman But The Bewitching Lady Leila Makes Him A Proposal No Man In His Position Can Resist.

!!> Epub ➟ Must Be Magic (Magic, #2)  ➞ Author Patricia Rice – Brazilianportuguesetranslator.us
  • Paperback
  • 295 pages
  • Must Be Magic (Magic, #2)
  • Patricia Rice
  • English
  • 14 June 2017
  • 1402251947

    10 thoughts on “!!> Epub ➟ Must Be Magic (Magic, #2) ➞ Author Patricia Rice – Brazilianportuguesetranslator.us


  1. says:

    Rice continues to build the history of the Malcolm Ives families in this second book of her Magic series Great characters are peppered throughout the story, but I loved her strong female lead the best Leila is not sure where she belongs in her family or for that matter the world at large However, she has a dream and decides to go for it Rice also puts much development into Dunstan whom we first met in the first book of the series While I don t think it is necessary to read them in order, it Rice continues to build the history of the Malcolm Ives families in this second book of her Magic series Great characters are peppered throughout...


  2. says:

    I ve thoroughly enjoyed all of Patricia Rice s books I ve read so far, historical as well as paranormal This latest re issue from her Magic series is a good book, but for me it seems to lack that something I ve found in her other stories lately I ve been wondering, since this is my first read of her earlier work, if perhaps it s because she s grown as an author over the ten years since this one was originally released The one difference between the books from then and now that stands out fo I ve thoroughly enjoyed all of Patricia Rice s books I ve read so far, historical as well as paranormal This latest re issue from her Magic series is a good book, but for me it seems to lack that something I ve found in her other stories lately I ve been wondering, since this is my first read of her earlier work, if perhaps it s because she s grown as an author over the ten years since this one was originally released The one difference between the books from then and now that stands out for me is her voice It s muchlyrical today and gives books especially her paranormalsof an ethereal, sometimes haunting quality And that s what s missing in Must Be Magic as I read it But don t get me wrong here Either way, then or now, Patricia Rice is an exceptional author Her characters have layers of depth and her storylines are always intriguing I still enjoyed Must Be Magic, despite that different voice I find in it I love both...


  3. says:

    Originally posted at yes, there is magic of pheromones, life from a tiny seed, family love, unique talents, secret places, and meant to be love that bides its time but will not be denied.When a Malcolm woman and an Ives man make a deal that will allow each of them to work toward respective goals, Society is aghast Leila and Durstan are each misfits, yet their families give unstinting support always andso when they face tremendous odds.Dunstan Originally posted at yes, there is magic of pheromones, life from a tiny seed, family love, unique talents, secret places, and meant to be love that bides its time but will not be denied.When a Malcolm woman and an Ives man make a deal that will allow each of them to work toward respective goals, Society is aghast Leila and Durstan are each misfits, yet their families give unstinting support always andso when they face tremendous odds.Dunstan Ives, the most learned agronomist in England, is believed by many to be a murderer Consequently, when the wealth widow Leila, Lady Staines, hires him as her estate manager, enemies contrive to derail their plans Durstan hates being beholden to Lady Staines But he has financial responsibilities he needs to clear his name and he also needs a p...


  4. says:

    For Dunstan and Leila s story the basic theme is about second chances Both these characters have had a rough past both for different reasons, but with each other they start to see possibilities As with all her other Magic books, this book grabs you from the beginning and doesn t let go until you have reached the end The book also has some really good mysteries to go along with it, which always makes the story interesting.Whether you have read other books in this series or this is your first For Dun...


  5. says:

    Always entertainingDunstan and Leila are perfect for each other I really like that they are a both a little older and experienced than the debutante that historical romances do often revolve around I think it g...


  6. says:

    4.5 starsTwo familys, the dark brooding men of the Ives family and the eccentric magical women of the malcolm clan come together in this book via Dunstan Ives and Leila Staines Both are outsiders in society There family drama, theft and murder Thi...


  7. says:

    Must be MagicSecond in a series Did not live up to the momentum of the first book Same two families, mostly the same characters, but the focus and the characters were not interesting enough to hold my attention It was a chore to finish this book.


  8. says:

    My Rating 4 stars Enjoyed strongly recommend A Full Review Leila Staines is widow and a Malcolm She is cousin of Ninian, who was heroine in the first book, Merely Magic Dunstan Ives is the brother of Drogo Earl of Ives, hero from first book Although this is the second book in the series, it most definitely can be read as a stand alone.Leila has questioned her Malcolmness her entire life She has dark hair, while all other Malcolm females My Rating 4 stars E...


  9. says:

    Lady Leila comes from a family full of extraordinary women each of them with a unique kind of power alas, Leila grew up without one and has always felt like an outsider young, beautiful, and widowed, she has an idea and the freedom to chase it she may have discovered where her own talent lies.enter, Dunstan he s an untitled nobleman suspected of murdering his first wife this is not why he s entered the story, though no, he s in it because he is a renowned agronomist and this is exa...


  10. says:

    This was my first Patricia Rice book I saw it on the shelf at the library and thought I d give it a go, not knowing anything about the author or her other books.A nice story The families involved are interesting and I like the paranormal angle to the Malcolm women The chemistry between hero and heroine is believable and I enjoyed their blossoming romance.Drawbacks for me 1 a bit heavy handed on the lovers angst got a little tedious 2 the bad guys were very stereotypical, almost farcical This was my first Patricia Rice book I saw it on the shelf at the library and thought I d give it a go, not knowing anything about the author or her other books.A nice story The families involved are interesting ...

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