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In A Lost Touch of Bliss, Cain Veuxfort, Earl of Hawksdown, followed duty and broke Amice de Monceaux's heart five years ago. But now he needs her. Amice is a Spirit Goddess, able to help restless souls move on, and Cain needs a ghost to leave his castle. When Cain offers Amice an Italian villa on the sea, Amice agrees to help. But there is more going on at Castle Falcon's Craig than a simple haunting and more than one tragic tale of unrequited love. Yet to set things right for both the living and the dead, Cain ...
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Overview

In A Lost Touch of Bliss, Cain Veuxfort, Earl of Hawksdown, followed duty and broke Amice de Monceaux's heart five years ago. But now he needs her. Amice is a Spirit Goddess, able to help restless souls move on, and Cain needs a ghost to leave his castle. When Cain offers Amice an Italian villa on the sea, Amice agrees to help. But there is more going on at Castle Falcon's Craig than a simple haunting and more than one tragic tale of unrequited love. Yet to set things right for both the living and the dead, Cain and Amice must move beyond their past. In A Lost Touch of Paradise, Lugh MacKeir, Laird of Tunvegan, finds himself in a battle he cannot win. His precious daughter is dying of the same illness that claimed his wife. The Isle of Parraba is a whispered legend, a place rumored to be ruled by a sorceress, an isle no one can reach. Yet legend speaks of a powerful healer as well. Lugh MacKeir, desperate, determines he will find Parraba and face its mysterious ruler. Iosobal is the Lady of Parraba, mystical and magical, a woman apart from the world around her, but the child's illness defies Iosobal's skill. The secret to saving Lugh's daughter lies in Iosobal's ability to open her heart to a brash warrior who has invaded her tranquil sanctuary. In A Lost Touch of Innocence, Piers Veuxfort touched a magic crystal and freed the essence of wicked Fin Man, who now resides within Piers. A surprise for Piers arrives at Falcon's Craig Castle: a bride who was raised to be a nun and views him as something just short of the devil. What can he do but send her back? Condemned for her "sight," Giselle St. Germain's is thrown out of the nunnery. Piers is devoted to his pleasures and increasingly displays a dark side. What's a girl to do but cling more tightly to what she knows? In A Lost Touch of Magic, Paroseea dwells hidden within the stone walls of a medieval fortress, Castle MacCoinneach. Yet danger has escaped paradise and stalks the halls seeking vengeance. Padruig MacCoinneach will do anything to save his clan. He never expected he would have to marry his ally's daughter, whom he deems both a reckless child and a potent temptation. Aimili de Grantham has long admired Padruig, but a dismissive stranger has replaced the golden man of her dreams. Worse, the fey part of her senses that evil lurks in the shadows of Castle MacCoinneach, and she has nowhere to turn.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781605426792
  • Publisher: Medallion Press, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 11/1/2012
  • Series: Lost Touch
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 825
  • Sales rank: 1,206,176
  • File size: 5 MB

Meet the Author

Amy Tolnitch was a finalist for the Romance Writers of America's Golden Heart Award and has won or been nominated in more than 20 other contests. She is the author of the Lost Touch series. She lives in Cincinnati, Ohio.

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