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Magic In The Storm: An Regency-set Paranormal Romance by [Bond, Meredith]
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"...A character-driven romance with a good dose of magic and adventure thrown into the mix [with] a genuinely involving romance between two charismatic characters. Magic in the Storm is highly recommended for its inventive plot, strong characterization and excellent writing style. If you're a fan of paranormal or historical romances, Magic in the Storm is definitely worth checking out; and if you're not a fan of these genres, it might be worth giving the book a try anyway. It might just convert you..." David Wendt, IndieBookSpot.com

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Meredith Bond excels at creating characters who slip readily into into one's heart. Romance Reviews Today

From the winner of the Golden Leaf Award for Best Regency and The Rooyal Ascot Award, a new Regency-set Paranormal Romance.

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  • File Size: 3919 KB
  • Print Length: 397 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Anessa Books (January 4, 2014)
  • Publication Date: January 4, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007387N5M
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #498,348 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The plot was great, the characters were well developed, and a good continuation from the short novella that introduces this series. What I couldn't stand were the typos and grammatical mistakes which shows poor presentation and proof reading.

I realize the novella was written after this book so it was hard to grasp . . . Where Titanna's husband was because he was never mentioned. They had such a bright future yet all we see of him is when Morgan is born. Is he dead? And what about Titanna's twin sister? She's never mentioned, either. Was this neice her daughter? If so, she lives close enough to visit. . . So where is Trina?

I find it had to understand how Morgan's siblings ignored him, his situation, and went on with their lives. They were all older, they had memories of him, must have had some interaction. And what of their father's influence? They're like these mindless drones, totally uninteresting. I assume their mother had a lot to do with severing Morgan from them.

I enjoyed the novella but the switch from this selfless giving Tatianna who is now power corrupt and hateful to her own chid, selfishly pursuing her own interests and ends just because she feels that is the right thing to do. . . The drastic switch was harsh. There wasn't any middle ground as to why she changed. How she became so self centered. She was portrayed as having no friends, family, or loved ones anymore - Just her job as a High Priestess. She's on a downward spiral heading for destruction.

SPOILERS

There was no mystery as to Morgan's powers. The story is written so we know his future wife was the key. No guessing. I skipped partway thru the book because it was predictable. The ending was satisfying, no cliffhangers.
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As a woman all for equality, I found it refreshing to read a story where the villain was actually a woman. I can't say that I understood how a woman could treat her own son the way Lady Vallentyne treated Morgan. I mean who would treat their own child that way? But it was different. And of course different is not necessarily bad. That being said, I loved our hero. Regardless of how he had been treated his entire life by the one person who is supposed to love him above all (his own mother, in case you missed it), Morgan grows up to be a kindhearted, gentle man. Having been locked away, not allowed any freedom or off the family estate, with only the wild animals of the forest as company (and occassional visits from his cousin), it is no wonder that he is completely oblivious to any danger or evil in the world. Bond creates a character that you both cheer for and want to just take home and take care of so nothing bad will ever happen to him. An admirable feat considering most novels portray the hero as strong and larger than life, as if they have no weaknesses. Morgan endears himself to the reader as he tries to find his way and his place within the magical society he was born in to and win the woman he has grown to love.

I would definitely recommend this to others. Ms. Bond is to be commended for creating characters that make you care about the outcome. I look forward to reading more by this author.
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This is not the genre I usually read - historical paranormal romance - but I won a copy of the book in a contest. Magic in the Storm takes place 200 years ago and I normally read contemporary and I rarely read paranormal.

The book started off with a strong opening prologue - why is this woman trying to kill her baby. Did she succeed?

Then it got off to a slow start telling the story of Adriana and why her guardian is determined she marry Lord Vallentyn. The Lord's mother is also very keen for the marriage to take place because she wants her son to have a career in the British parliament and Adriana would be the perfect politician's wife having grown up surrounded by members of parliament.

Neither couple is too keen about marrying.

Adriana meets Lord Vallentyn's younger brother, Morgan, who has been banished to a cottage in the woods. She was injured in a horse riding accident and he heals her broken leg with the touch of his hands. She is not afraid of his magical abilities and comes back often to visit him until she agrees to become engaged to the Lord Vallentyn - under her gaurdian's threat of burning her beloved paintings and sketchings - and abruptly returns to London. Morgan manages to break his mother's spell and leaves the forest and travels to London to look for Adriana.

After the first few chapters the story moved along at a good pace and the author has a great storytelling ability allowing the reader to experience the settings of each scene as if they were standing right beside the characters as their story is being told. Magic in the story and magic in the storytelling!
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Loved the story...it is beautifully written, and an enjoyable read.

A writer must go where the story leads, however I disliked Tatiana's metamorphosis in this continuation of the series. Her story showed kindness and love, which, in her anger and disappointment, was hatred in this story...it's heartbreaking to watch a loved character become her own destruction. A wonderful story, however the happy ending was tainted by Tatiana's storyline.
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