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The Oldest Kind Of Magic

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 27, 2013

    My review

    I loved this book!

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  • Posted February 29, 2012

    Delightfully smart and sexy!

    Ms Macela begins her Magic series in this well-written story, The Magic Practioners perform their special skills in their careers, in this believably crafted world. I enjoyed the balance of romance, magic and mystery, which had a most satisfying ending. Can't wait to read it again!

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    An enchanting romance

    Her witch mom informs thirty years old practitioner Daria Morgan that her powers will be enhanced once she meets her soul mate and shares in the First Mating. Still a virgin, business consultant Daria does not want a man in her life though strengthening her powers would be nice. Her magic has enabled her to find problems in businesses................... CEO Joe Glennell sends his top troubleshooter John ¿Bent¿ Benthausen to Houston to work on the newest acquisition. Bent implements efficiencies, but costs remain exorbitant. A friend suggests he hire consultant Daria Morgan, but she declines. Bent and Daria meet through mutual friends and both feel an attraction. She offers him a tip that leads to the firm¿s security team arrested for stealing spare parts. As her family accepts him as her soul mate, a letter warns her to stay away from Glennell-Houston or else. No one messes with Daria who forces Bent to hire her as a consultant so she can uncover the remaining crooks while they practice THE OLDEST KIND OF MAGIC that of love.................. Ann Macela writes a charming romantic fantasy that will remind the audience of Bell, Book, and Candle. The story line is fun as delightful Daria meets her soulmate who to her chagrin is a non-practitioner breathtaking Bent has no problems adapting to her wacky family who adopts him as if they have known him all their lives. The threat against Daria seems overkill, but sub-genre fans will still appreciate this wonderful touch of magic. Once fans close the book and blow out the reading candle, they will anxiously await the soulmate of Daria¿s sister to ring her bell................. Harriet Klausner

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