For the Love of Magic (Spellbound Falls Series #5)

For the Love of Magic (Spellbound Falls Series #5)

by Janet Chapman

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Overview

New York Times bestselling author Janet Chapman welcomes you back to Spellbound Falls, where love and magic can conquer anything…usually.
 
After forty years of marriage, Rana Oceanus has done the unthinkable and run away from her mighty, magical husband. Not that she ran very far, having purchased a house in Spellbound Falls right on the shore of the Bottomless Sea, where she intends to prepare for the scariest battle of her life. The only flaw in her plan, however, is that she is still very much in love with Titus…
 
Shocked and deeply shaken that his wife really has left him—though he still can’t fathom why—Titus sets out to win her back. But when grand gestures of his esteem don’t seem to further his cause, he conjures up some of his original courtship magic.
 
But his plan backfires when Titus discovers that dealing with demons is far less threatening than the little secret his very mortal wife has been keeping from him...

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780515153217
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 08/27/2013
Series: Spellbound Falls Series , #5
Pages: 304
Sales rank: 391,208
Product dimensions: 4.10(w) x 6.70(h) x 0.90(d)
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Janet Chapman is the author of more than twenty contemporary and paranormal romance novels, all set in the state of Maine, where she lives with her husband, surrounded by wildlife. Best known for her Highlander Series (a family saga of twelfth-century warriors rebuilding their clans in modern-day Maine) and her Spellbound Falls series (an offshoot of the Highlander books), Janet also has several contemporary series set on the coast and in the mountains. With more than three million books printed in six languages, her stories regularly appear on the New York Times and the USA Today bestseller lists. 

When she’s not writing, Janet and her husband are camping, hunting, fishing, and generally rubbing elbows with nature. 

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Praise for the novels of Janet Chapman
“Readers will be enchanted…a story filled with wit and tenderness.”—Booklist
“Heartwarming…Readers will enjoy the enchanting town and characters.”—Publishers Weekly
"Janet Chapman can turn the ordinary into the extraordinary while making even the most outrageous situation feel real. These are just two of the many, many reasons why we love this author. And her Spellbound Falls series, chock full of sorcerers, time travel, single parents and needy in-laws is the perfect vehicle for showcasing Chapman’s amazing talents." —Romantic Times
“Janet Chapman is a keeper.”—Linda Howard, New York Times bestselling author
“Spectacular and brilliant.”—Romance Reviews Today
“Absolutely enchanting.”—Romance Junkies

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For The Love of Magic 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 27 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is my least favorite in the series. No action no mystery and very little magic. It dint really go anywhere. It just seemed to ramble on. Could have been writers block.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What an ending. Looking foward to Lake Watch We need a little mystical moments in our lives.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
One of the best of the Spellbound Falls books. We definitely get a deeper insight into Rana and Titus Oceanus in this book. I never saw the twist thrown in concerning Titus coming and DEFINITELY never saw the ending happening as it did. I won't give anything away, but if you've ever been curious about the Oceanus' relationship with each other, this book is a must read. Kudos Janet ! ! !
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved the whole series
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love this series .... but I have to be honest this is the worst in the series! I was so looking forward to reading this one I thought there would be a lot of action and fun but it was just boring with a pointless plot (let me explain a bit) The drama is a secret that the wife is keeping that makes her feel the need to leave her husband the husband try the whole book trying to figure out what said secret is and that's it ... NO REALLY THAT'S IT! In between there a few mildly interesting things that happen but nothing like I though a book about the King and Queen of Atlantis to be and the ending was expecially weird what the big "secret" that the queen was hiding ( From I might add a God that is suppose to know everything about mortals which she is)really was not a secret or a reason to leave her husband when it's obvious he would do anything to make her happy! I love JC books but I just didn't connect with this one maybe I built up in my head to much after all the other wonderful books in the series? Oh well hope the next one is better
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I loved all her books. Makes you laugh n wish men were like that.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Another great read by Janet Chapman! To really enjoy this one, read the series in order to see the characters develop. I do hope this series continues!
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Janet Chapman writes magical stories. It is a down to earth feel good romance novel. She weaves a thread of magic through her stories that makes you wish it were true. I have read all her books and although the theme is the same the stories are all different. You get involved each and every character. Although the men are the strong alpha males in the stories it is almost always the women who are the heroes. This was just another story about a character in the town of Spellbound but it was written in a way that you just rooted for Rana.
kk_71556 More than 1 year ago
I love all the books in this series. They won't disappoint.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Awesome continuation of the Spellbound Falls Series. If you love the magic you have to love this story.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ms. Chapman has remained true to her characters. It was entertaining and leaves you wanting more.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Follows Rana and her husband as they grow a little older and decide to step down/retire and all that comes with it. With a little catch up on all of the other characters from the earlier books.
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HarlequinJunkie_ More than 1 year ago
Rating: 3.5 Stars In For The Love of Magic by Janet Chapman, we get Rana and Titus Oceanus's magical story. We have met Rana and Titus in previous Spellbound Falls books, but For The Love of Magic gives us a close up look at a couple who have been married for 40 years. Rana has left Titus, moving into a small home she's bought on the shores of the Bottomless Sea. Titus is baffled, he has no idea why Rana has left him. The reader actually has no clue why she's left him either, except to say Rana needs some time on her own to sort through some issues - away from the loving, overprotective, somewhat controlling Titus. Titus is a god...(literally!). He created and sank Atlantis, and works for the betterment of mankind. He's fought battles, and winning Rana back might be the one battle, the closest to his heart, that he's terrified of losing. Rana is mortal, she has no magic, but she knows what she wants and how to go about getting it! Titus surprises Rana and begins trying to woo her back to him, very obviously and lovingly trying to do what she wants. Both Titus and Rana have secrets, secrets that should be told at least to each other, that will affect their family and their future together. They'll have to trust in their love for each other to find their way back together. Rana is not just sitting around pining for Titus though, she has a couple of community projects she's helping on, cleaning up her new home, learning to drive, and has taken up metal work! For Titus, the plot thickens when a colony of people living close by decide to create a new god. Titus and his sons are soon drawn into this when there is a demonic battle, threatening protesters, and someone new to save and protect. Rana and Titus are going to have to open up the lines of communication and be honest with each other if they want to get back what they had and make it even better. The secrets they are each harboring will either make or break them! Janet Chapman writes her Spellbound Falls series with a great blend of magic and reality, making the stories all the more believable. Rana and Titus are both very strong characters whose presence we've seen before, but in For The Love of Magic we really get to know them. Titus and Rana both love each other, and they are very easy to love. Both of them have big hearts, and even though Rana isn't a goddess or in possession of magic, she does a lot for the good of mankind too. I loved Rana and Titus's courtship, and even though they were apart they were still loving and respectful of each other. And it was a little amusing how clueless Titus was about Rana's feelings! I also liked For The Love of Magic because we are reading about a couple who have been together for years! They have an established relationship and love, but their are still very realistic problems that they are going to have to work on. We saw a lot of all of the characters from the other Spellbound Falls books. I liked catching up with everyone and meeting a few new people, but it was overwhelming at times trying to put everyone and their stories together. At times the pages were a little too crowded, but I liked that Rana and Titus's story was told and through the secondary characters we get a glimpse of what might be to come. If you've read the rest of Janet Chapman's Spellbound Falls stories I'd recommend For The Love of Magic. I honestly think you need to read the previous stories first to get the full impact of For The Love of Magic, and to lessen the confusion from all the other characters and past stories. For The Love of Magic was a fun read with my favorite mix - romance, magic, and protective, loving men!!
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