Midsummer Night's Magic

Midsummer Night s Magic Four stories of fairy tale romance MacBroom Sweeps Clean Emma Craig Stuck in arranged marriage to a Scottish lord Lily wondered if she d ever find happiness or true love until a wee Broonie named Ang

  • Title: Midsummer Night's Magic
  • Author: Emma Craig Pam McCutcheon Tess Mallory Amy Elizabeth Saunders
  • ISBN: 9780505522092
  • Page: 266
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Four stories of fairy tale romance.MacBroom Sweeps Clean Emma Craig Stuck in arranged marriage to a Scottish lord, Lily wondered if she d ever find happiness or true love until a wee Broonie named Angus MacBroom came upon the troubled beauty, and decided to teach the foolish couple a thing or two about Highland magic.The Fairy Bride Tess Mallory Visiting Ireland wiFour stories of fairy tale romance.MacBroom Sweeps Clean Emma Craig Stuck in arranged marriage to a Scottish lord, Lily wondered if she d ever find happiness or true love until a wee Broonie named Angus MacBroom came upon the troubled beauty, and decided to teach the foolish couple a thing or two about Highland magic.The Fairy Bride Tess Mallory Visiting Ireland with her stuffy fiance, Erin certainly never dreamed that she d find herself swept into a handsome stranger s enchanted world of fairies and goblin kings or that she d soon long to be his fairy bride.The Trouble with Fairies Pam McCutcheon Fun loving Nick and straight laced Kate had a marriage that was destined for trouble, until the fateful night Nick hired a family of Irish brownies to keep the house clean and let him get his love life back in order.Whatever You Wish Amy Elizabeth Saunders A trip through time into the arms of an English lord just might be enough to convince the very cynical Meredyth that maybe, just maybe, wishes did come true especially with the help of a fairy godmother.

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    1. The Trouble with Fairies - Pam McCutcheon ★★★This is cute. Children's illustrator/writer Nick Fairburn is a stay-at-home dad but his accountant wife is giving him grief because he's not getting the housework done while writing and taking care of his 6 year old daughter. So he brings home a family of brownies to help with the housework. They are a mischievous lot and tons of fun and/or irritating things happen. First time author but not the last as this was the best of the 4 shorts included [...]

    2. This anthology didn't work for me. The first story had a h who was an all but unlikable twit, the second had an ending that reminded me of Knight in Shining Armor (as in, did we just get the H's reincarnation here?), the third wasok. The last one once again we have a twit. Her parents had died fairly recently so OF COURSE she got engaged to the first good looking guy she met after embarking on the trip she and her parents had planned for years. Riiight. The rest of the story - after she dumped h [...]

    3. Whatever you Wish (Amy Elizabeth Saunders) was the best of the bunch by leaps and bounds. Silly, fluffy, romantic wish-fulfillment (literally); it nevertheless had strong hints of a frustrated author jabbing back against historical details frequently overlooked in romantic literature.And it was also true that she was of extraordinary appearance. He knew very few women free of pox marks or scars, yet her skin had a perfect, radiant glow, as new and soft as the skin of a child. Her hair, free and [...]

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