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Posted November 17, 2006
As the heir to the Fae kingdom of Rule, it is Cenrick's duty to determine what is happening and do whatever it takes to solve the problem when there is an epidemic in which his people are being robbed of their souls and their magic after being in the world of humanity. Moreover, he needs to know how his old friend, Mick, is involved in it initially, all the victims were associated with that Fae. There's someone else looking for Mick human policewoman Dee Bishop. Mick is her only hope of clearing her name from false charges, but when she goes to his house looking for her best friend, she finds not Mick, but the prince. The pair agrees to team up to solve the matter. As their work progresses, so does the inevitable attraction between the two of them, and it is a life-saving love for Cenrick as Dee is apparently able to shield him from the plague. **** Magic, love, and suspense are a winning combination in this next in the Rune series. Dee reverses the traditional role of heroine as she is Cenrick's salvation, but does it in a way that does not make the prince seem in any way weak. Faery tales are not just for children as long as there are stories like this. ****Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted December 9, 2008
King Roark of Rune and Mort the Mage of Rune are worried. They summon Prince Cenrick to travel across the veil to the mortal world because several Fae have returned as husks having lost their souls and with that the use of magic. The monarch and the mage think Cenrick¿s cousin Talmick is the cause. Cenrick is to go to Rome where Talmick lives to uncover the truth, but must be cautious not to lose his soul as no cure, not even by the Oracle, has been found. South Worth Police Department Officer Dee Bishop is on suspension facing charges that she knows are false. She turns to her fiancé Peter, but he dumps her. Dee seeks her best friend Mick Morsi, but he apparently has vanished without a trace. However, in his garage is Cenrick, who sounds loony as he explains he and Mick are Fae cousins. As the female human and the royal Fae search for Mick, they begin to fall in love, but first there is the missing magic that could ruin Rune. --- MISSING MAGIC is a wonderful romantic fantasy that sub-genre fans will cherish. The story line is fast-paced once Cenrick and Dee meet and never slows down as they fall in love, search for Talmick (Mick), and seek the truth behind the soulless Fae though each means facing the dark figuratively or literally. Fans of Karen Whiddon will immensely enjoy this fine tale starring a dedicated beleaguered cop and the brother of the star of LONE STAR MAGIC. --- Harriet KlausnerWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted November 30, 2006
Someone is stealing Fae¿s souls, leaving them in a zombie-like state. King Roark of Rune believes his nephew, Talmak (Mick) is involved in this evil plan. He sends his son, Cenrick to the mortal realm to find him. Dee Bishop, a cop has had a string of bad luck. She has been suspended from her job. She has been dumped by her fiancé, and now her best friend, Mick has disappeared. Dee is worried that something terrible has happened to Mick. She goes to his house to see if he has left behind a clue. She finds Cenrick hiding in Mick¿s garage. He tells her that he is Fae, and so is Mick. Of course she thinks he¿s nuts, but with a spell, he proves to her that magic really does exist. While trying to unravel the mystery involved with stealing the Fae¿s souls, and who is out to destroy Dee, they also must deal with their growing attraction to each other. Ms. Whiddon pens a story of suspense and mystery, where the strongest magic of all, is love that reaches to the soul. I would recommend this tale for anyone that loves a good fast-paced fantasy.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted March 22, 2011
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