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  • Aura of magic

    Very nice storey of two very different but similar people who can hear what others cannot.

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  • Magical Historical Romance

    No Perfect Magic by Patricia Rice Unexpected Magic #6 I have been waiting to find out who Will Ives-Madden would find for a life partner. Each one of the books in this series is so much fun and the wait, though long, was definitely worth it! Will has always been the brother, born on the wrong side of the blanket that prefers to stay on the fringes rather than in the melee of his siblings. He prefers dogs to people, quiet to noisy, country to city and just doesn’t fit in with society…though he can should he choose to. Aurelia “Lela” Malcolm is a woman with hypersensitive/acute hearing. She has been overwhelmed with the cacophony of noise that all this hearing ability provides and it her reaction to her “gift” has left others thinking she is more than a bit barmy. The two come together to find a missing child that only Lela can hear then continue to work together to solve the mystery of who set out to hurt the child and her family. In the time they are together they realize that they might have a future together although she is highborn and he is not. What I liked: * Will – a quiet gentle man with the best heart and a lot to offer * Lela – a woman coming into her own and learning to use her gift(s) * The story – it was perfection. It could have ended at the halfway point BUT it didn’t and what the second half offered was made is so much richer. * Seeing the characters from past stories * Catching the evil doer * Will – I think I mentioned him before but…oh my! * Everything :) What I didn’t like: * Can’t think of one thing except that the bad guy was wicked and I really really did NOT like him. Thank you to the author for the ARC – this is my honest review. 5 Stars

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  • I love this series

    Once again, Patricia Rice leaves me utterly amazed at her ability to create such magical stories. I love the Unexpected Magic series and each book I read makes me wish Ms Rice could write faster. Every story just seems to get better and better. I really love Will. He may be the quiet sort whom no one would think of as a likely hero but he shines in his own way in No Perfect Magic. His greatest appeal is his love for dogs but that is definitely not his only appeal. I love how protective he is of Aurelia and you know you can count on him to keep her safe. Will and Aurelia complements each other with their unique personalities and gifts. Can't wait to see what more magic Ms Rice has up her sleeves.

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  • She doesn't want to be just an ornament.

    All through the other books, Will has been there with his quiet support and strength. We learn more about him in this story. How could you not love Will? Aurelia is a Duke's daughter and everyone thinks she is odd. She just hears everything, whether she wants to or not. Except when she is with Will. Aurelia has been sheltered all her life and now she doesn't want to be just an ornament anymore. She has all kinds of men proposing to her, but she ignores them all. They are only after her money or her father's influence. Except Will. Even though they are worlds apart in their stations in life, they come to really know and love each other. Will love be enough?

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  • A gentle giant and a fairy-like lady

    Will Ives-Madden has drifted in and out of other books in this series, and I was delighted when his story eventually became available. He is the epitome of the strong, silent type, preferring to avoid company altogether and communicate silently with his dogs. He is exactly what Lady Aurelia, or Lela to those close to her, needs with her super-sensitive hearing. When Lela hears a child crying, it's Will she goes to for help, knowing that his trained dogs will be able to sniff out a missing child. Much against his will, Will finds himself escorting Lady Aurelia across the country on a chase to find a potential murderer and save the life of one of his victims. This exciting read drew in other members of the Malcom and Ives families, each using their gifts to best effect. I enjoyed seeing the taciturn Will being jolted out of his self-imposed exile from society and watching Lela's growth as she took on more and more responsibility for the people who came into her orbit. There was humour and sensitivity, and the unmistakable chemistry between Will and Lela was endearing. I loved Will's protectiveness towards Lela, albeit rather ham-handed and gauche. The language flowed easily and this is a most enjoyable, stand-alone novel. I received a copy of this book as a gift and this is my honest and voluntary review.

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