Book Reviews of Some Kind of Magic

Some Kind of Magic
Some Kind of Magic
Author: Theresa Weir
ISBN-13: 9780061012952
ISBN-10: 0061012955
Publication Date: 11/1998
Pages: 320
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 18 ratings
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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sweet story. easy read
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Claire Maxfield is bored with her life and just wishing for some excitement. But being carjacked at gunpoint by a prison escapee is not what she had in mind. The injured man, calling himself Dylan, demands she take him to her home where he ties her to a chair. But a snowstorm, handcuffs, and a voodoo doll, change the playing field and the kidnapper becomes the captive.

If you're looking for a unique contemporary romance, this is a good one. Claire is a strong character who doubts herself. Her last boyfriend has just left her and made her question her self-worth. Dylan is injured and needs a place to hide from the police who are searching for him. Claire's secluded cabin is perfect for that purpose. Dylan has many problems he needs to sort out, and the quiet cabin with Claire just may give him a chance to do it.

This book has a little of everything...humor, romance, a little suspense, and great characters. I highly recommend if you want a quick entertaining story. My rating: 4.5 Stars.
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Surprisingly good story, reminds me of Suzanne Brockmann but with a touch of the paranormal instead of military angle.
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A couple of gals in a small town in Idaho are bored with their unexciting existence. For fun one gives the other a voodoo doll for a birthday present. When the wish for something exciting to happen in her life actually comes true, she cannot resist the temptation to use the voodoo doll to make a man fall in love with her. Fun and funny too as her insecurity begins to make her believe in the magic and even feel guilty about what she has done.