A Little Magic

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Berkley Books, 2002 - Fiction - 293 pages
18 Reviews
“A storyteller of immeasurable diversity and talent” (Publishers Weekly) who “just keeps getting better and better” (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel), Nora Roberts is a master at depicting both the legends and the lore of Ireland and the tender, enchanting passions of its people. Together for the first time in one volume, these delightful stories of magic and romance capture the everlasting beauty of this charming land?and prove that this #1 New York Times bestselling author is truly “at the top of her game” (People)…

In “Spellbound,” a beautiful lady casts a thousand-year spell on the man of her dreams?and unleashes a nightmare only love can conquer… “Ever After” follows an enchanting woman as she journeys to an otherworldly land?and introduces a handsome artist to the transforming power of love…“In Dreams” links a young woman to a stranger's past?and to the curse that has trapped him forever in the eternity of his own dreams…

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User Review  - Pamela - Goodreads

3 short stories. I enjoyed the first 2, but the last one was slow to start and then abruptly ended. It was okay, but not recommended. Read full review

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User Review  - Kimberly - Goodreads

I really enjoyed this book. Nora Roberts has an engaging style and it was fun to read three short stories versus one long one. It amazed me how well Ms. Roberts drew me into the story in just 10 ... Read full review

About the author (2002)

Nora Roberts is the author of more than one hundred novels, including The Villa and Heaven and Earth. She is also the author of the bestselling futuristic suspense series written under the pen name J. D. Robb. With more than 127 million copies of her books in print and more than forty New York Times bestsellers to date, Nora Roberts is indisputably the most celebrated and beloved women's fiction writer today.

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