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THE TROUBLE WITH MAGIC by PATRICIA RICE

Summary

Felicity Malcolm Childe's gift for experiencing visions through touch has always felt more like a curse than a blessing. To deflect the more agonizing images generated by her suitors, she covers herself from head to toe. Only the maddeningly handsome Ewen Ives provokes tingles of pleasure rather than pain, but he is already betrothed. Now her only hope is to persuade Ewen to take her to Scotland to find the ancient book of spells that could allow her to reverse her gift—and free her from its burden...

Ewen may be a brilliant inventor who can move rivers and harness lightning, but he also knows better than to underestimate the mischief-making Malcolm sisters. In spite of his misgivings, he can't let the mousy, heavily clad Felicity travel to Edinburgh without a proper escort. Little does he suspect that beneath Felicity's unsightly cloak is a serenely practical woman whose remarkable beauty and courage will utterly captivate him—and ignite a fiery passion with the power to fulfill both their dreams.

Additional Information

The magical Malcolm women and logical Ives men return-in Patricia Rice's most magical novel to date...

Felicity Malcolm Childe's gift for experiencing visions through touch has always felt more like a curse than a blessing. Only the maddeningly handsome Ewen Ives provokes tingles of pleasure rather than pain, but he is already betrothed. Her last hope is to let him escort her to Scotland and help her find the ancient book of spells that could allow her to extinguish her gift-and free her from its burden.

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The Trouble With Magic
by Patricia Rice

Signet
August 1, 2003
ISBN #0451209478
Paperback
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Other Books by
Patricia Rice

Mystic Warrior
Mystic Rider
Mystic Guardian
Magic Man
Much Ado about Magic
The Journey Home
This Magic Moment
Carolina Girl
Mad Maria's Daughter and the Genuine Article
McCloud's Woman
Must be Magic
Almost Perfect
Nobody's Angel
Merely Magic

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