From one of romance’s most celebrated talents comes a sweeping medieval tale of the danger, mystery, and magic that bring together a chivalrous knight and a ravishing seer.
Rhys ap Griffyn is handsome, determined, and fearless. After gallantly serving in King Richard’s crusade, he has rushed back to England to claim his inheritance. And although it is Beltane Eve, a night wrought with evil and magic, nothing will stop him on his quest to gain what is rightfully his. But Rhys encounters more on this spooky night than ghosts and ghouls: He finds Sasha, the only person with the power to distract him. He agrees to help this raven-haired beauty, but his help comes with a price.
Seemingly blessed with a sharp wit, bewitching looks, and the “gift” of second sight, Sasha lacks the one thing that she most desires: her father’s lost kingdom, to which she is heir. Through her gift, she has sought out Rhys in the hopes of striking a deal: She’ll spend a night in his arms in exchange for his assistance reclaiming her birthright. Both Rhys and Sasha have something to gain, but neither foresees the result of this provocative arrangement: wild, unstoppable passion.
Includes a special message from the editor, as well as excerpts from these Loveswept titles: The Devil’s Thief, Paradise CafÉ, and The Perfect Catch .
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|Title of eBook: The Magic|
|Release Date: 12-10-2012|
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|Publisher: Random House Publishing Group|
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