Magic Man New York Times bestselling author Rice enchants readers once again with the finale to her Magic series the story of Aidan Dougal whose need for the love of one amazing woman is as great as his toweri

  • Title: Magic Man
  • Author: Patricia Rice
  • ISBN: 9780451218964
  • Page: 321
  • Format: Paperback
  • New York Times bestselling author Rice enchants readers once again with the finale to her Magic series the story of Aidan Dougal, whose need for the love of one amazing woman is as great as his towering physique and his turbulent emotions Original.

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    About “Patricia Rice

    1. Patricia Rice says:

      With several million books in print and New York Times and USA Today s bestseller lists under her belt, former CPA Patricia Rice writes emotionally charged contemporary and historical romances which have won numerous awards, including the RT Book Reviews Reviewers Choice and Career Achievement Awards.Her books have also been honored as Romance Writers of America RITA finalists in the historical, regency and contemporary categories.A firm believer in happily ever after for good reason, Patricia Rice is married to her high school sweetheart and has two children A native of Kentucky and New York, a past resident of North Carolina and Missouri, she currently resides in Southern California, and now does accounting only for herself She is a member of Romance Writers of America, the Authors Guild, and Novelists, Inc.She also writes under the pen name Jamie Quaid



    2 thoughts on “Magic Man

    1. Needed a more substantial plot and fewer branches on that infernal family tree. I felt like I was part of an extended class research project on ancestry

    2. Review originally published at The Bookwyrm's Hoard.The sixth of Patricia Rice's appealing historical/paranormal romance novels featuring the Malcolms and Ives families, Magic Man serves as the keystone, or perhaps the capstone, to the entire series. In Rice's 18th-century Britain, Malcolm women are often described as witches; they have uncanny gifts: Lucinda paints the future, Felicity can feel past emotions in anything she touches, Christina see ghosts and auras, and so on. Ives men, on the ot [...]

    3. 4.5 starsI really enjoyed this book. I have been wanting to read Aidan story since he was introduced in the first book. This book was everything I hoped it would be - Aidan is wonderful, he is a huge man with an even bigger heart. Mora was also great. I liked watching her transform from the "Vicars Daughter" into a confident "Malcolm" woman. This book had a lot of twists and turns, just when you think you have it all figured out, the story changes. The love story between Aidan and Mora was great [...]

    4. Aiden and MoraThe mysterious Aiden, who has been lurking throughout the entire Magic Series, is finally revealed. And what a surprise it is, with repercussions throughout the Ives and Malcolm families. Into this comes Mora Abbott, the adopted daughter of Christina's Vicar. This is going to be a match made in heaven, or maybe a Druid Grove the way things go in when the Malcolms are involved.

    5. Review originally published at The Bookwyrm's Hoard.The sixth of Patricia Rice's appealing historical/paranormal romance novels featuring the Malcolms and Ives families, Magic Man serves as the keystone, or perhaps the capstone, to the entire series. In Rice's 18th-century Britain, Malcolm women are often described as witches; they have uncanny gifts: Lucinda paints the future, Felicity can feel past emotions in anything she touches, Christina see ghosts and auras, and so on. Ives men, on the ot [...]

    6. The hero needs to find a legal heir to his property and castle before his evil neighbor takes control of it. His search leads him to the Malcom estate and to the heroine who is searching for her long lost family. Instantly the hero becomes enraptured with her. Despite the fact that she turns out to be the daughter of his enemy, he claims her as his own and only considers leaving her when his gift threatens to hurt her and his half brothers. She's everything he's looking for in a woman. She's sof [...]

    7. I have always enjoyed Patricia Rice's books; a combination of paranormal and historical romance. In Magic Man, she tells the story of Aidan and Mora, two people who are looking for a family to belong to and when they find it, it turns out to possibly be their biggest heartache. Both Aidan and Mora have magic in them but Aidan won't admit it. One of my favorite scenes in the book is the first time they make love and he unknowingly causes an earthquake, whereupon she turns to him and says somethin [...]

    8. if you make me cry, you get 5 stars. i HATE that this is the "finale" to the magic series! i want at least 10 more of these! i'm a person who always finds the little "problems". 1) i knew by page 79 why the "ruffians" were after her.but that's not really a "problem". 2) the piece of furniture that could not be moved --- no reason to include that; it had no relationship to the story. 3) the first time they made love, he hands were so dirty! ugh. but this was a wonderful story and hard to put down [...]

    9. I really liked this book! It’s a fine magical romance where magic is real as in gifts, ghosts, and premonitions. I had not read any of Patricia Rice’s other books, and was concerned that this wasn’t the first in the series, but it didn’t matter. The story flowed from start to finish. The women are spunky and real. The men a little thick, but oh well. It had been a while since I had read a, “Happily Ever After” story. It was very refreshing. I've picked up some of her other books on t [...]

    10. This is Book 6 of the original "Magic" series and centers around the mysterious Aidan. Patricia Rice more than delivered with this book - it was fast paced, had a ton of twists and turns, and was extremely heart-felt. As I have said before, whether you have read the series before, or are just starting, this is a great read. As of right now, the next book after this jumps to present day with the California Malcolm's in Lure of Song and Magic.

    11. The last book in Patricia Rice's "Magic" series is thisclose to being my favorite. It's got mystery, a non-blond heroine and, of course, magic.

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