Book Love (64) Twilight Magic

Lady Emma de Leon has just seen th eman she knows will –nay, must– become her lover. Ambivalent as she is about her psychic gifts, she has been unable to forget the man who once came to her in a vision, touching her body with his strong hands and piercing her with desire. Now here he is, in the flesh — and Emma can’t resist risking all for this dark-eyed stranger who’s accused of murder.

A mercenary by trade, Darian of Bruges finds himself in the center of a royal plot– and forced to marry Emma by the king’s decree. Wed only to his freedom, the last thing he wants is a wife. But to confront his past and inherit his future, he must do what he finds hardest of all: surrender to a woman…

Why Twilight Magic?

Twilight Magic is one of those rare treasures you pick up. I had never heard of this author, and saw this book at the library, and I just knew I had to read it, because it was so different and the blurb was intriguing. And I will admit the cover pulled me right in, there is something so ethereal and pretty about it. I love the soft colors. A hero that works as a mercenary for the king, a heroine who has psychic talents and a arranged marriage set up—-definitely a book I would want to read especially as a historical romance. And I had so much love for this book when I read it, and I loved it I had to read the other two books in the series. The writing is engaging and the story charming and romantic with a hint of magic.