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  • Author:
    Amy Tolnitch
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    1934755516
  • ISBN13:
    978-1934755518
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    Medallion Press (December 1, 2008)
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A Lost Touch of Magic" is a historical, paranormal romance by Amy Tolnitch, another talented writer . Tolnitch has a deft touch with romance and manages to capture my attention anew each time I pick up one of her books.

A Lost Touch of Magic" is a historical, paranormal romance by Amy Tolnitch, another talented writer from Medallion Press. This is the fourth book in her 'Lost Touch' series and while each story is loosely connected, each is also a stand-alone read which doesn't require any knowledge from previous books to understand and get the full story. Padruig is the rightful Laird of both Castle MacCoinneach and his clan.

Amy Tolnitch was a finalist for the Romance Writers of America's Golden Heart Award and has won or been nominated in more than 20 other contests

Amy Tolnitch was a finalist for the Romance Writers of America's Golden Heart Award and has won or been nominated in more than 20 other contests. She is the author of the Lost Touch series, which includes A Lost Touch of Bliss, A Lost Touch of Innocence, and A Lost Touch of Paradise.

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Yet to set things right, for both the living and the dead, Cain must find the courage to shed his mask of indifference, Amice must move beyond her pain to forgive, and long dead, star-crossed lovers must lead them all on the path to a lost touch of bliss. Автовоспроизведение Если функция включена, то следующий ролик начнет воспроизводиться автоматически.

Previous accolades for Amy Tolnitch: A LOST TOUCH OF BLISS: Magical, sensuous, funny and touching-a sparkling gem of a book by a. .Amy Tolnitch has crafted a lovely story with interesting and believable characters. Her writing flows easily and I thoroughly enjoyed the ride.

Previous accolades for Amy Tolnitch: A LOST TOUCH OF BLISS: Magical, sensuous, funny and touching-a sparkling gem of a book by a superb new author. Mary Lennox, author of The Moon Runners Readers of paranormal romances will find a new author for their reading lists in Amy Tolnich. Although the third book in this series, I was able to read this as a stand-alone story without any difficulty.

A Lost Touch of Innocence Piers Veuxfort touched a magic crystal and freed the essence of wicked Fin Man, who now resides within Piers. Worse, the fey part of her senses that evil lurks in the shadows of Castle MacCoinneach, and she has nowhere to turn

A Lost Touch of Innocence Piers Veuxfort touched a magic crystal and freed the essence of wicked Fin Man, who now resides within Piers. A surprise for Piers arrives at Falcon’s Craig Castle: a bride who was raised to be a nun and views him as something just short of the devil. What can he do but send her back? Condemned for her sight, Giselle St. Germain’s is thrown out of the nunnery. Worse, the fey part of her senses that evil lurks in the shadows of Castle MacCoinneach, and she has nowhere to turn. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

By touching a magic crystal, Piers Veuxfort recklessly unchained the essence of a decidedly wicked Fin Man . Amy Tolnitch is the author of the Paranormal Romance series, which includes A Lost Touch of Bliss and A Lost Touch of Paradise. She lives in Cincinnati, Ohio.

By touching a magic crystal, Piers Veuxfort recklessly unchained the essence of a decidedly wicked Fin Man who now resides within his body.

Amy Tolnitch - A Lost Touch of Magic. Camy Tang - Only Uni (The Sushi Series, Book 2). Читать pdf. Amy Tucker - The Illustration of the Master: Henry James and the Magazine Revolution. Camy Tang.

By touching a magic crystal, Piers Veuxfort recklessly unchained the . Meanwhile, Giselle St. Germain’s life in a secluded nunnery is over and she has been thrown into the world to become Piers’ bride. A Lost Touch of Innocence: Book Three in the Lost Touch Series Amy Tolnitch Sınırlı önizleme - 2007. A Lost Touch of Innocence Amy Sınırlı önizleme - 2008. Yazar hakkında (2007).

Hidden within the stone walls of Castle MacCoinneach is the seemingly quiet realm of Paroseea, yet danger now stalks the halls of the castle, seeking vengeance and patiently awaiting the return of the fallen laird. When the ghost of Padruig MacCoinneach’s beloved sister sends him back to the highlands and a life he forswore, he promises to do anything to save his remaining sister and aid his clan. He never expected, however, that he would have to marry his ally’s daughter, Aimli, whom he deems both a reckless child and a potent temptation. Together they will have to overcome their anger and doubt to find trust, love, and ultimately safety for themselves and their clans.


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"A Lost Touch of Magic" is a historical, paranormal romance by Amy Tolnitch, another talented writer from Medallion Press. This is the fourth book in her 'Lost Touch' series and while each story is loosely connected, each is also a stand-alone read which doesn't require any knowledge from previous books to understand and get the full story. Tolnitch has a deft touch with romance and manages to capture my attention anew each time I pick up one of her books.

Padruig is the rightful Laird of both Castle MacCoinneach and his clan. Now, thanks to a visit from the ghost of his dead sister, he's headed back home to set things right. But first he needs some allies and heads for the home of Laird de Grantham, a friendly clan from his father's time, to request his aid. de Grantham's assistance will come with a price...the hand of his daughter in marriage. Despite Padruig's protests, the Laird is firm and so Padruig agrees--vowing to do all he can to protect and spare the lass from his own fierce desires.

Aimili has dreamed of marrying Padruig since she was a small girl, but the Padruig of her dreams is NOT the same scarred man who appears at her father's gate asking for aid. When she learns of her father's demand, Aimili is furious! While it's true she has some unusual talents and would rather spend time with animals, her father shouldn't have to force any man to marry her! But in the end, Aimili has no choice but to marry a man who doesn't appear to want anything to do with her.

Although neither of them know it yet, clan MacCoinneach has an old and powerful enemy lurking within the walls of the castle. An evil man with strange talents who escaped his captors and harbors a grudge against 'the MacCoinneach'. They, and the clan, will need allies more powerful than mere humans to defeat him.

Sensuous romance, high fantasy, and lyric prose come together in "A Lost Touch of Magic" to create a smashing fairy tale for the older crowd. Even though I found some rough spots and a few plot holes, none of it was enough to keep me from devouring this book like a box of chocolates. The characters, including the secondary cast, were all complex with interweaving motives. The story itself unfolded smoothly with increasing tension and suspense towards the end. Set in Scotland, with sexy highlanders and mysterious Fey, fans of both historical romance and paranormal romance will enjoy the latest by Amy Tolnitch.
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Padruig returns to take his rightful place as Laird, only to find the castle and family are in chaos. The ghost of his dead sister is haunting him, his remaining sister was promised to a sadistic monster and there is a bad laird sending the clan into ruin. In order to take back control, Padruig makes a deal with a neighboring clan for support, but in exchange, he must marry the willful Aimili.

Aimili loves her horses and is happy to live her life taking care of them instead of running the castle as is expected. She had dreamed of marrying Padruig nearly all her life, but the reality is nothing like she expected. Padruig sees her as a child and deserving of more than his scarred and unworthy self.

While Padruig and Aimili try to find their way through the situation life has thrown them into, they discover that there is more to their problems than they thought. A dangerous magical creature has escaped from a hidden land called Paroseea and is intent to cause havoc and take his revenge on Padruig.

The story lines here are complicated and the first part of A Lost Touch of Magic is hard to get into. But the more I read, the more I got into the story and wanted to know what happened next. Padriug's self-hatred is a bit tiresome, but Aimili is an excellent character and fun to read about. I expected to hate this book and ended up really enjoying the resolution. Not a light read, but definitely enjoyable.

Niki Lee
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Padruig MacCoinneach left his heritage and his Highland home vowing never to come back to Castle MacCoinneach. However, when his late sister's ghost demands he go home to protect their sibling and their clan, he does so by becoming the chieftain a role he disdained. Padruig also learns that he must marry Aimili de Grantham, who has placed him on a pedestal since childhood, if he wants an ally; she is the price.

Aimili prefers horses to people as she can communicate better with steeds using her psychic skills. Sad that he crumbled from his place of adulation in her heart, Aimili still loves the brute, who shows not one iota of interest in her. She plans to seduce her spouse even as they must team up to prevent evil creeping through the walls of Castle MacCoinneach.

Medieval paranormal romance fans will appreciate the fourth "Touch of ..." thriller due to the behavior of the prime player Padruig who rightfully feels overwhelmed and should be as he stars in two co-equal plots involving women he loves in peril. In some ways the audience will feel as overwhelmed as the hero as the story line constantly switches back and forth between Padruig's concerns for his sister and his concerns for his wife. Neither truly takes charge nor do they fully merge into one cohesive main plot. Still fans will enjoy Amy Tolnitch's intriguing historical due to Padruig's travails.

Harriet Klausner