A Gentle Magic

Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Cattleman Cody O'Fannin had never shied away from an adventure in his life. When a scream rang out across New Mexico Territory, he rode straight into the heart of danger, expecting find a cougar or a Comanche. Instead, he found a scene far more frightening: a woman in the final stages of childbirth. Alone, Melissa Wilmeth needed his assistance. Quaking but game, Cody helped deliver her baby. More

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Review by: Sarah Bathurst on Feb. 5, 2011 : (no rating)
This book is delightful and refreshing I enjoyed reading it and hope to read more from this author/s.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: Norah Wilson on Dec. 21, 2010 :
I adored this book. What a way to start, with the heroine giving birth in a wagon and the hero having to assist! As always, Emma Craig/Alice Duncan does a great job with characterization. The heroine's backstory was extremely compelling and heart wrenching, and Cody was a true hero. But I loved ALL the characters. Cody's taciturn, possibly slow brother Arnold. The owner of the wagon yard, the mysterious (and magic) McMurdo. For some reason, my brain insisted on picturing McMurdo as Trick, the guy who owns the fae bar in the TV show "Lost Girl" and is secretly the vanished king of the faeries or some such thing. Which makes no sense, because Trick is a dwarf and McMurdo isn't, but there you go. However you picture the characters, this is another great story from Emma/Alice!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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