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A stunningly beautiful, powerful witch who possesses the gift of Fire, Mia Devlin locked her heart away when Sam Logan rejected her youthful love and left Three Sisters Island. Eleven years later, Sam returns to the island to claim Mia and take over his family business, the Magick Inn. Passion still burns between them, but Mia refuses to trust the man who once tore her life apart, leaving her grieving and alone. It's imperative that they find a way to resolve their thorny, complicated relationship for time is running out and the deadline for breaking a centuries-old curse is near. Mia has the steadfast aid of her two sisters of the heart, powerful witches that rule Air and Earth, but without Sam's help, even Mia's powers may not be enough to keep her alive until the deadline. And unless Mia makes the right choice about her heart and Sam, evil may win in the final confrontation, destroying all their lives and Three Sisters Island as well.
Face the Fire is the third and last book in bestselling author Nora Roberts's trilogy of witches, magic, and an age-old curse that began with Dance upon the Air and Heaven and Earth. This novel boasts a vivid seaside setting, sympathetic characters, and enough details about the practice of magic to intrigue the most cynical of readers. This is Roberts at her best. Don't miss it. --Lois Faye Dyer
I am becoming a Nora Roberts fan. I love her books. I know I will enjoy getting to a happy ending. That is so important. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Phyllis
Absolutely loved this trilogy! If there had been more books would have loved to follow this group of people thru some more adventures. Thanks so much for such an enchanting read.Published 1 day ago by Melody Mitchell
The 3 books really held my interest...Nora Roberts is great!!! Read the series!!Published 2 days ago by moemom
I love the triologies. These were great. Romance, suspense, love, family. It simply does no get any better than Nora Roberts!Published 2 days ago by Peggy Kilis
Didn't like the ending. I know you could have done better. Teaching her to trust her friends would have been more in keeping with the theme. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Mari