"Great anyhology as usual by these fine authors"
"The Witching Hour" by Nora Roberts. Centuries of war has
devastated the island Kingdom of Twylia. The hope of the
people lies in Draco's prophecy that an intrepid queen
will lead her forces to victory over evil. As Aurora
falls in love with Thane, she risks her life not knowing
if she is destiny's darling facing the malevolent Loreen.
"Mirror, Mirror" by Jill Gregory. As King Mortimer of
Grithain lies dying he obtains a vow from Ariel to protect
Prince Brandon from their enemies. With the help of a
magic mirror, Ariel's sister Fiona the Healer, Conor the
wounded knight, and an incredible amount of luck and love
they might succeed.
"Dream Lover" by Ruth Ryan Langan. Antiques expert
Allison flies to Scotland to complete the purchase of
Hamilton Hall from owner Malcolm. Allison will strip the
house of anything of value so her firm can sell them. On
the plane Allison meets the badly injured Heath. However
the matchmaking of the mysterious Sir Malcolm combined
with the magic of love propels Allison to need to save
"Once Upon a Midnight" by Marianne Willman. Californian
Jenna searches for her roots but cannot find her final
destination. The locals insist that Beaumont Foret is a
fairy tale. When Philippe senses her nearby he runs out
to protect her from the wolves. As they fall in love,
each keeps a genetic secret from the other that if
revealed will lead to happiness for both of them.
The four magical romances are all delightful novellas that
add to the enchanting mythos of the "Once Upon A" series.
Posted September 24, 2003
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted November 3, 2006