When These Worlds Collide
Cecelia Hewitt has lived her whole life in the land of the fae, and she dreams of a future with her childhood sweetheart, Marcus Thorne. When Marcus is called upon to dwell in the human world, it means leaving Cecelia behind and breaking both their hearts...Read more...
When These Worlds Collide
Cecelia Hewitt has lived her whole life in the land of the fae, and she dreams of a future with her childhood sweetheart, Marcus Thorne. When Marcus is called upon to dwell in the human world, it means leaving Cecelia behind and breaking both their hearts...
More Than Sparks May Fly
Marcus was groomed for leadership in the land of the fae, but now that he has found his human parents, he will inherit his father's title and position in the British "ton"--and he will marry a human. As love and passion continue to burn between Cecelia and Marcus, the question remains: Can two people fated for different worlds find one to share?Celebrate the 80th birthday of Regency Romance with great books from Sourcebooks Casablanca
Praise for The Magic of "I Do":
"The hilarious banter...will make you laugh out loud, the danger will send chills down your spine, and the romance will bring sighs of joy."--RT Book Reviews, 4 1/2 stars
"Absolutely entertaining from beginning to end."--Long and Short Reviews
"With a bit of magic and lots of passion, The Magic of 'I Do' is a treasure."--My Book Addiction and More
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2013-11-04
- Reviewer: Staff
Half-human Marcus Thorne grew up in the land of the fae without knowing his parents, but after his reconnection with them, he chooses to live in the human world and prepare to inherit his father’s title. That means leaving behind Cecelia Hewitt, the fae woman he’d hoped to marry. Months later, Marcus learns his family supports his marriage to Cecelia, but now she has obligations elsewhere and declines his proposal. Marcus pursues her anyway, but he will have to resolve her family secret in order to clear the path to true love. The third book of Falkner’s paranormal Regency series (following The Magic of “I Do”) has a nice leading couple and a cute secondary pairing, but the promising premise is underserved by inconsistent and faltering storytelling. Characters don’t remember what they said just pages earlier, problems disappear effortlessly, and the nonromantic elements of the book feel like filler. A too-pat ending redeeming the cross-series villain is the sour icing on a disappointing cake. Agent: Melissa Jeglinski, Knight Agency. (Jan.)