Your Magic Touch [NOOK Book]

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When the Tremaine children ask how their parents met, there's a lot Brian and Brina don't feel comfortable recounting. But the reader knows all: the instant and irresistible attraction between them, the frightening discovery of their magic powers, and strangest of all, just who introduced them. When a mysterious group wants to take advantage of their powers, they have to stop fighting their destiny, and have faith not only in the magic buried in their DNA but in each other. This novella is an addition to the ...
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Your Magic Touch

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Overview

When the Tremaine children ask how their parents met, there's a lot Brian and Brina don't feel comfortable recounting. But the reader knows all: the instant and irresistible attraction between them, the frightening discovery of their magic powers, and strangest of all, just who introduced them. When a mysterious group wants to take advantage of their powers, they have to stop fighting their destiny, and have faith not only in the magic buried in their DNA but in each other. This novella is an addition to the Children of Merlin series and can be read at any time.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016360904
  • Publisher: Susan Squires
  • Publication date: 3/21/2013
  • Series: The Children of Merlin , #3
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 384,077
  • File size: 334 KB

Meet the Author

Susan Squires is a New York Times bestselling author known for breaking the rules of romance writing. She has published five novels with Dorchester Publishing and nine with St. Martin’s Press, along with three novellas in anthologies. Whatever her time period or subject, some element of the paranormal always creeps in. She has won multiple contests for published novels and reviewer’s choice awards. Publisher’s Weekly named Body Electric one of the most influential massmarket books of 2003 and One with the Shadows, the fifth in her vampire Companion Series, a Best Book of 2007. Time for Eternity, the first in her DaVinci time travel series, received a starred review from Publisher’s Weekly.

Susan has a Masters in English literature from UCLA and once toiled as an executive for a Fortune 500 company. Now she lives at the beach in Southern California with her husband, Harry, a writer of supernatural thrillers, and three very active Belgian Sheepdogs, who like to help her write by putting their chins on the keyboarddddddddddddddddddddddd.
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  • Posted October 25, 2013

    The start of it all. This book doesn¿t draw you into the story a

    The start of it all. This book doesn’t draw you into the story as quickly as the other two did. Maybe because it’s a prequel and we already know the main characters. This book is as sensual as the others, but it’s a lot of fun watching how the parents try to give their daughters the “Disney” version of their meetings. All in all, it’s well worth the time invested in reading this book, if you don’t, you’ll miss out on an important part of the family history

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  • Posted April 13, 2013

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    Great prequel novella-Brian is such a Bad Boy !!   REVIEW:  YOUR

    Great prequel novella-Brian is such a Bad Boy !!   REVIEW:  YOUR MAGIC TOUCH is a prequel novella in Susan Squires The Children of Merlin series focusing the Tremaine family.  The Tremaine’s are a magically gifted family (descended from Merlin) whose members come into their powers when they meet their ‘other half and soul mate.’  This is Brina and Brian’s (the parents) back story told in flashbacks, present day and memories.  The storyline also advances the series several months if not a year.
    Susan takes the reader on a journey of memories and love, fear and passion.  We watch as Brian and Brina struggle to reveal the exact nature (to their children) under which they were first introduced while avoiding the intimate details about when and how they came fully into their powers-Brina as a healer/Brian as an adapter.  There are some lines parents should never cross ;)
    The amazing thing about this particular storyline is the ‘Brina and Brian’ we never knew.  We caught a glimpse of Brian’s personality in He’s A Magic Man-a take no prisoners attitude-one that would die to protect his children, but it is his past that was a bit of a surprise-Brian was a wee bit of a ‘bad boy’ ;)
    YOUR MAGIC TOUCH also explains a little of the history of their magical ancestry as well as we encounter a current nemesis in all of her glory when she hopes to pull the young couple into her plans. But if it wasn’t for this woman, Brina and Brian may have never met.  
    Your Magic Touch is a wonderful storyline, rich in backstory history that is a welcome addition to the Children of Merlin series. I am a fan of prequel novellas especially when the hero and heroine are already an established couple.  It is great to learn about their past life and history.  Susan writes an amazing new series with The Children of Merlin and the Tremaine family.

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