Book Reviews of Scottish Magic

Scottish Magic
ISBN-13: 9781575662787
ISBN-10: 1575662787
Publication Date: 4/1/1998
Pages: 320
  • Currently 3.3/5 Stars.

3.3 stars, based on 26 ratings
Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corporation
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Journey accross time and place to a land of crags and castles shrouded in mist and lore. Discover the legend of the noble scottish clan called the MacLaclans whose destiny is entwined with the magic that rules these tempestuous highlands. Savor four stories of breathtaking ramance set in a land where love is the most powerful magic of all.
In Sobie Piel's Lily , a handsome laird's passion will be put to the ultimate test in a battle wetween good and evil that can only be won by true love. Hannah Howell's Isbel introduces a beauty who sensual dream of a tall black haired warrior stepping off the battlefield and into her life turns delightfully real. Destiny and desire become one in Faerie Princess, Elizabeth Ann Michaels's tale of the ceulean eyed Krista and a enigmatic prince, who is about to leaarn thaat a woman's capricious charm can hold a magic allits own. In Manadalyn Kaye's Beaneath the Midnight Sky, Stuart Mac Lachlan awakens from his enchanded one hundred year slumber to end the curse placed on his cherished love. But now he has onlty five days to solde the legendary faerie riddle...or surrender tothe darkness forever..
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4 stories in one book.
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A great group of stories that are not only of the same topic, but of the same storyline. All of the stories surround the MacLachlan's of Scottland and the realm of the fairie.

The stories are well written and intertwine characters and passion. It was very refreshing.