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  • Second chance romance

    How can two people who are so perfect for one another, be at such odds with themselves? Mac and Isabella had a tumultuous, wild, wedding and married life. When reality set in, things fell apart. Time has passed and Mac is ready to admit his errors, right his wrongs, and make things right again. Isabella still holds a lot of pain, and Mac has his work set out for him. Add in splashes of a mad man, and things get more complicated There was no easy fix, but there is a lot of heat, emotion, and fun with the pain and the healing. But once these two capture the magic that they always had, without the heartache, it truly is a magical romance!

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  • Ok - lacking the depth of book 1

    I think when I love the first book in a series as much as I loved The Madness of Lord Ian Mackenzie - it’s really hard for the second to live up to that. I enjoyed this book, especially as I was looking forward to Mac & Isabella after “meeting” them in book 1. However, what really set the first book apart was all the character’s interactions as well as the multiple mystery/suspense aspects. This sounds kinda odd, but so much of this book was only Mac & Isabella and their story of reconciliation was kind of flat for me. At the end, it didn’t really feel like they’d resolved a whole lot. Probably because there wasn’t truly that much for them to overcome that a little time and a few conversations couldn’t fix. My favorite parts were Ian, Beth, Cam, Daniel, & even Hart. The Mackenzie’s really shine when they’re all interacting with each other. Angela Dawe’s narration continues to be wonderful. I enjoy her voices for the characters. She’s easy to listen to.

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