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Length: 386 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

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"NIGHT MAGIC will captivate and delight you. You have GOT to read it!" (Affaire de Coeur )

"The mistress of sizzling sensuality." (Romantic Times BOOKreviews Magazine )

"Ms. Robards writes spellbinding romance." (Publishers Weekly )

"Karen is one of those writers I buy without needing to read a review." (Johanna Lindsey )

"Draw a line between two extremely popular genres, mysteries and romance novels, and in the middle you will find the bestselling Robards. She merges the two worlds like no one else, deftly interlacing plot and passion." (Albany Times Union )

About the Author

Karen Robards is the author of thirty-three books and one novella. She is the mother of three boys, ages 12, 17, and 23, and lives in her hometown of Louisville, Kentucky. A regular on the New York Times, USA Today and Publishers Weekly bestseller lists, among others, she published her first novel at age 24. "I read, I write, and I chauffeur children," she says with a laugh. "That's my life."

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  • File Size: 925 KB
  • Print Length: 386 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0446692484
  • Publisher: Karen Robards; 1 edition (December 12, 2012)
  • Publication Date: December 12, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00ANUS266
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #74,095 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Karen Robards is the New York Times bestselling author of forty-seven novels. The winner of six Silver Pen awards for favorite romance novelist, as well as numerous other awards, she lives in Louisville, Kentucky, with her husband, Doug, and their sons Peter, Christopher, and Jack. She says, "I read, I write, and I chase children. That's my life."

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There is nothing slow about this book. It starts out with action. Clara is a romance author, single, and appears to be settled in her dull and quiet life. But all that changes one night when the KGB show up at her home breaking down her door wanting to know where he is- where Magic Dragon is hiding. Her lastest book Magic Dragon is dedicated to the real Magic Dragon (her cat "poof"). She is now on the run for her life with a man she has never met but is thought to be her lover, Jack McClain, code name Magic Dragon - a CIA agent that is on the run for his life after coming across information of Russian spies in government positions. Jack is rough and tough, military all the way, 38 and single. He has had his share of women- and his "type" has never been like Clara- or has it and he just didn't know it. There is never a dull moment in this story. The cat plays an important part in the story, too. If you are a cat lover you'll enjoy it. Lots of fun, adverture, romance... I highly recommend it! Being my first Karen Robards book to read- I look forward to reading more by her.
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This book was pretty good--fast paced, suspenseful, romantic--until the author lapsed into purple prose and contrived conflict. I never really saw a valid reason for the heroine's animosity toward the hero. All the internal and external man-bashing--typical of the Karen Robards novels I've read so far (only 2 to date) makes me cringe. I felt so sorry for this hero. If a woman begged a man to make love to her and then so brutally rejected him afterwards, he'd likely devastated. And why? Because *she* refused to take responsibility for her part in it! Not the mark of true womanhood or heroism, imo. But I suspect this is an old novel (1980s?) pandering to the editors' calls for angry conflict instead of story conflict. Sigh. Well, I'll read one of her later ones, but if she hasn't evolved with the times, then it'll be my last Karen Robards novel.
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This story starts out with action and really doesn't stop until the last few chapters of the book. Thats the main reason I liked it, also the male character was very masculine and came across very appealing. The cat who goes along on the adventures with Jack and Clara really made the story even more fun to read! The story is not deep it is just sizzling romance and tremendous adventure. I really like a good page turner, even if some parts were a bit unbelievable who cares, if you have a good imagination this book is worth your time!!
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This book was the first romance novel I ever read, and I have been hooked by Robards ever since. This book still remains my favorite contemporary romance of all time. Robards writes excellent historical romances, but her contemporary romances with their believable characters are tops. If you like this one, try also her "Wild Orchids" and "To Love A Man".
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Author Karen Robards is a NY Times bestseller and one of the best known names in romance today. She has won numerous awards, including three Affaire de Coeur Silver Pen Awards for favorite romance author. Other titles include: Guilty, Obsession, Vanished, Superstition, Wild Orchids, To Love A Man, and Dark Torment. She resides with her family in Louisville, Kentucky.

When romance writer Clara Winston has her home broken into and she's forced to put her safety into the hands of a stranger, her life suddenly becomes dangerously close to one of her sizzling novels. Especially when said stranger is CIA agent Jack McClain, a handsome and exciting man to a fault. A man with a past that is better left a secret. Now running from a deadly enemy, Jack and Clara must uncover the truth behind a lethal international conspiracy, one in which no one can be trusted and the body count is rising.

The original copyright publication for this book was 1987, with reissues in 1993 and 2009. Due to the time frame this was originally written, readers will have to take that into consideration because there are references to Vietnam, as well as current events that aren't fitting for now. Aside from those brief references, it should not be distracting or deterring to read.

The only drawback to the book was that I felt the epilogue was a bit rushed. After everything that happened between these two, it was a great ending, but rushing it felt anti-climactic.

It's no surprise why Karen Robards has captured her readers for as long as she has. Her writing style is both intelligent and alluring, blending both romance and suspense equally, while never losing sight of the real world.
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Truth is stranger than fiction, or so they say. I don't think much could be stranger than the events of this book.

I'm less than 1/4 through the book, and am at a point where I simply can't take it seriously any more. I don't think I've ever read a book so full of ludicrous events, unbelievable coincidences and 'stupid character' moments. I should have realised right from the start, when the so-called hero - who I find completely unlikeable - is swimming for his life in Chesapeake Bay with a Russian spy shooting at him, and a *shoal of dolphins* surround him and sweep him to shore, that this was going to be unreadable.

So on to the first ludicrous coincidence. McClain, the 'hero', is a CIA spy with the code-name Magic Dragon. Clara Winston is a romance novelist, and she has dedicated her latest novel to 'the real Magic Dragon' - which apparently refers to her cat Puff. So *of course* the Russian spies assume she knows the CIA Magic Dragon and come after her. And then she manages to escape from these ruthless, highly-trained Russian spies with the aid of - of all things - a cat. Right. Then she's abducted *in broad daylight* by the Russian spies from right outside the sheriff's house!

As if that's not ludicrous enough, the cat is abducted with her. And then, when she ends up a prisoner in the basement of a house along with McClain, the cat attacks one of the Russians and the two of them escape. With the cat. And later she CARRIES the cat for miles as they trek through a forest. And the cat stays nearby all night as they sleep. Has Robards ever owned a cat? Spent any time with a cat? Cats do NOT like being carried for long periods, particularly if you're walking. Cats, if they're out of doors, will do their own thing.
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