"A highly enjoyable sequel to MULLIGAN STEW"

Sequels are my very favorite books to read, especially ones where I felt a bond with the characters. I enjoyed MULLIGAN STEW so much that I eagerly awaited the sequel. Needless to say, it is well worth the wait.

Maggie Mulligan has gotten her teaching degree and now has no place to teach. She's come home to Ballybronagh but every time she goes to Caislean Dubh, she feels uncomfortable. She settles in at the Mulligan cottage even though her family wants her to live at Caislean Dubh.

Nick Desmond, an ex-New York cop, only wants justice for his father's murder. He knows that Angelo Fazzini had something to do with it. He gets an unusual job offer from a mysterious woman whom he later finds out is Angelo Fazini's mother. It seems she kidnapped her granddaughter when she was just a baby and put her in a convent-run school in Ireland. Now Erin is eleven and Mrs. Fazzini needs to disappear, and reappear with a whole new identity. This is where Nick comes in. He's to be their bodyguard when they move to Ballybronagh, Ireland, and buy a small cottage.

Nick meets Maggie and they are instantly drawn to each other but both hear ancient voices and see a ghost couple. Then the trap starts closing in on everybody. An ancient wrong must be righted before all will be well in Ballybronagh. Can Nick and Maggie work together to right this wrong once and for all?

Not only was this an absolutely fascinating story but also we got to visit all the beloved characters that we first met in MULLIGAN STEW. The taste of Ireland is so strong in this book that I devoured it in one gulp. It is my fervent hope that Deb Stover will revisit Ireland over and over again.

Kathy Boswell March 2003
for TBR and PNR Reviews

Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted November 1, 2006


Mulligan fans will also enjoy "A Mulligan Christmas", a gift from Deb Stover!

Mulligan Magic:

Maggie Mulligan was thrilled to be back in Ballybronagh, surrounded by her lively Irish clan. All she wanted was to raise enough money to keep the local school open so she could keep her teaching job. So why was she suddenly preoccupied with the mysterious new American who recently arrived in Ballybronagh?

Working undercover had taken former New York City police detective Nick Desmond to Ballybronagh, where he planned to gather enough evidence to take down his father's killer. But it wasn't long before Nick felt torn between his long- held yearning for revenge and his owverwhelming desire for the beaturiful schoolteacher. If he wasn't careful, his longing for Maggie would overtake him, generating repercussion that were far mor dangerous than his original mission.

Genre: Paranormal Romance, Ghost

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Mulligan Magic
(Mulligan: Book 2)
by Deb Stover

Jove (Irish Eyes)
April 1, 2003
Available: March 25, 2003
ISBN #0515135119
EAN #9780515135114
306 pages
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Other Books by
Deb Stover

The Gift
Irresitible Forces
Some Enchanted Evening
Mulligan Stew
No Place For A Lady
Murder Most Romantic
A Moment In Time
A Matter of Trust
Stolen Wishes
A Dangerous Magic
Another Dawn
Almost an Angel
Some Like It Hotter
A Willing Spirit

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