Beyond Magic (Magical Love Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Emma Grant, A Denver Tour Guide, Ranted And Railed At The Triple Digit Weather And Wondered For The Gazillionth Time Why She Chose To Leave Charlotte With Thoughts That Northern States Would Be Cooler, For As Long As She Could Remember She Never Felt Her Mother's Love And With Her Older Sister A Petite Size Two Like Their Mom, It Was Like They Were Poured From The Same Mold. Emma Felt Like Then Hulk As She Grew Six Inches Taller And Wore A Size Fourteen! The Only One To Show Her Love Was Her Grandma Edith When They Shelled Peas Together And Talked For Hours. When Edith Died, Emma Prayed To Discover She Had Been Adopted. Blinking Back To The Present She Dismissed Her Tour Group And Headed For Home To Find Air Conditioning, A Shower, And Food. Cori, Her Room Mate Was More Like A Sister To Her Than Her Own Blood And She Often Wish It To So. The Next Day She Was Offered A Tour To Scotland And She Quickly Agreed But Was Unprepared To Guide Retired School Teachers In There Eighties And Nineties!!
Author, Ian Nordic Never Expected To Find An Unconscious Woman At The Bottom Of His Marble Steps In The Pouring Rain. The Moment He Sheltered Her In His Arms He Was Unprepared For A Sudden Desire That Rocketed Down To His Toes And He Was Glad He Wore A Kilt And Was Unable To See His Desire As He Got Her Out Of Her Wet Clothes. His Immortal Family Had Been After Him To Choose And Wife But As A Renowed Fae-Folk Author He Just Did Not Have The Inclination To Place A Bouncing Baby In His Grandmother, The goddess Of Love Hands Until Now..........
Ms Leaf Spins A Humorous Yet Sexy Tale Of Emma Grant's Plunge Into A Castle That Was Created By Magic Centuries Ago That Only Immortals Visited As In Was Hard To Yet Yet When The Tour Bus Broke Down In Front Of The Drive And Her Cell Had No Signal She Headed For The Castle To Get Help Only To Open Her Eyes To See Drop Dead Gorgeous Man That Wore Kilt And Could Help To Wonder What Was Beneath It.......
Emma Grant, a tour guide in Denver, too long wishing for the right man to show up, tries a charm in the book she's reading about mythological gods. But instead of a man, she's offered the opportunity to lead a tour in Scotland. When the tour's members turn out to be a group of retired schoolteachers from Atlanta who decide she needs a man and become intent on helping her find one, magic is set in motion.
A broken-down tour bus in a rainstorm brings Emma and her troupe to Ian McCabe's castle, who is, unbeknown to Emma, the author of the book with the charm. Emma feels her sexual attraction to him is as magical as his to her and thinks her wish has been granted.
Ian is the grandson of gods and fae and doesn't care if Emma is mortal. She's the one for him. But when he tells her his grandparents are Aphrodite and Odin, she thinks he's crazy.
Unaware of her own magical heritage, Emma must ultimately choose whether to embrace Ian's world, and he must convince her their love is real in any world.
Lizzie T. Leaf writes with gusto and humor as she brings forth characters so real, despite their relegation to myth, that you'd love to party with them. Even the mortal characters, particularly the intrepid retired schoolteachers, leave the reader wanting to have tea, or a martini, with them. I'm looking forward to the future Magical Love Series books.
In this first book of the series, Lizzie T. Leaf has masterfully woven Greek gods, Fae lore and some good old fashioned romance to create a story that is captivating and interesting. Her characters are multi-dimensional and I especially enjoyed the antics of the elderly ladies, Emma was showing around Scotland. Ms Leaf knows how to infuse just the right amount of humor in the right places to bring a smile on the readers faces. Ian is a great hero. In fact, Emma and Ian are two protagonists that I especially rooted for. The road they travelled was not easy as full of rocks and obstacles, but they had some pretty powerful friends to help pull them through. I had to reach for a tissue at the end of this story as it was very heart-touching. Oh, did I mention the love scenes? Yes, Ms. Leaf writes some very sensuous and passionate love scenes that may have you squirming in your seat. This is a promising start to what looks like a great series. I am looking forward to the next one.