His interest in her was purely professional...or so he told himself. Nash Kirkland had sought out Morgana Donovan, self-proclaimed witch, to help him research his latest screenplay. The hardheaded skeptic didn't believe for a minute she was what she professed to be, but Nash somehow found himself falling under her bewitching spell. Nash had never trusted his feelings. How could he be sure the irresistible passion he felt was real and not just some conjurer's trick?
Obviously Sebastian Donovan was a fraud, but fiercely protective Mary Ellen Sutherland was desperate to find a missing baby and had run out of leads. So, reluctantly, the skeptical private investigator agreed to enlist Sebastian's help. Soon she had to admit - grudgingly - that this man had some pretty remarkable gifts. Especially his extraordinary ability to penetrate her tough facade and awaken her heart.
©2008 Nora Roberts; (P)2008 Audible, Inc.
Give me water to swim and surf in. That with a glass of white wine and the sun. That's heaven.
Wonderfully written with just the right amount of MAGIC and Romance! I bought this book and read it before I ever bought this download. The Narrator did a wonderful job conveying emotions and romance.
I had to skip through a lot of the first book. The narrator was really bad and made me wonder if I hated her or the book. I am hoping the 2nd half is better. I have heard it is.
I struggled to comple the first story in this book and could not bring myself to listen to the second. The narrator was irritating and the story was very predictable. I was very dissappointed because I generally like Nora Roberts books.
This is the first Nora Roberts book I have read (and I have read them all), that I could not concentrate on. The narrator just ruined it.
I love books! Audiobooks take stories to the next level. I'm obsessed with Audible and will try to rate all of my books. Happy Listening! ;)
This is my first book by Nora Roberts and if this is a good example of her work I might not try another one of hers. I actually got it because Therese Plummer is one of my favorite narrators. I love the way she makes very distinct voices for each character and does excellent male voices. She tried her best with this story but she couldn't save it. It's just too unbelievable. If you write about two characters kissing and they literally float in the air they better be some kind of bird or paranormal creature in order for me to believe the fantasy all the way. If they are two mere mortals and they're floating then it's ridiculous. I know that the heroine is a witch but the author took the magic thing too far so the story didn't feel real to me. This is a DNF and I'm sorry I can't get my money back.
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