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The Legend of the Sorcerer

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 28, 2000


    This was a great book to read. I read the whole book in one day on an airplane flying to England. I couldn't put it down, the characters pulled me into the story right from the beginning. The undeniable attraction between Jordy and Malacai is absolutely magical. I would recommend this book for any hopeless romantic who loves a touch of fantasy in a book.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Excellent romantic fantasy

    She has finally won after two years of legal battles in the Virginia court system. Her problems stemming from the embezzling activities of her former partner might be resolved but sculptor Jordy Decker is weary and suffering from an artistic block. The hollow victory leaves Jordy needing some R&R to regenerate her creative spirit. She heads to the Florida Keys for ten days of snoozing in glorious sunshine. <P>In a local photoshop in the Keys, Jordy receives the wrong pictures. Instead of serene scenery, she sees pictures of a badly beaten person. Tracing these obscene photos leads Jordy to fantasy writer Malacai L¿Baan, author of the popular ¿Dark Pearl¿. Someone named Margaron demands that Malacai give her the real pearl. With the help of his grandfather, Cai and Jordy confront the ultimate evil at the same time they are falling in love with one another. <P>LEGEND OF THE SORCERER is a fabulous novel that has crossover appeal for fans of romance and fantasy. The story line is fast-paced as fiction turns into reality for the dynamic lead couple. Jordy is a wonderful person whose bravery and heroism surfaces when the need occurs. Cai and his grandfather Alfred are intriguing charcaters that tantalize the audience as they struggle with the ¿family secret¿. Author Donna Kauffman is quickly becoming a legend in her own time. <P>Harriet Klausner

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    Posted June 1, 2013

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