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Midnight Magic

Midnight Magic A magical painting a mystical gateway Legend has it that a heartbroken artist used magical paint to create the beautiful Midnight Magic and then stepped into the painting and was never seen again Or

A magical painting, a mystical gateway Legend has it that a heartbroken artist used magical paint to create the beautiful Midnight Magic and then stepped into the painting and was never seen again Or so Sara Drimmon is told when she visits the Second Chance Gallery in Rebecca York s Second Chance Sara experiences the magic for herself when the painting sends her intA magical painting, a mystical gateway Legend has it that a heartbroken artist used magical paint to create the beautiful Midnight Magic and then stepped into the painting and was never seen again Or so Sara Drimmon is told when she visits the Second Chance Gallery in Rebecca York s Second Chance Sara experiences the magic for herself when the painting sends her into her own past and gives her a second chance with her first love.Then it s Sara s turn to introduce someone to the painting and she chooses Merline, a beautiful singer who s lost her voice In Susan Kearney s Ulterior Motives, the painting sends Merline thousands of years into the future, where she is no longer a superstar Is Merline ready to trade stardom for love In Jeanie London s Temptation, an artist urges Nina de Lacy to look deeply into the painting But Nina has her own magical way of seeing into the souls of men and now she must choose between the destiny Midnight Magic offers her and the two men who wait for her to tell them their future

  • Midnight Magic Best Read || [Rebecca York Susan Kearney Jeanie London]
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About Author

  1. Rebecca York Susan Kearney Jeanie London says:
    Ruth Glick born 1942 is a best selling author of healthy cookbooks and has also written dozens of romantic suspense romance novels under the pen name Rebecca York.Ruth earned a B.A in American Thought and Civilization from George Washington University and an M.A in American Studies from the University of Maryland Although she always wanted to become a writer, Glick was convinced that her lack of spelling skills meant that her goal was unattainable As a stay at home mother, she took a community college course to help her choose a career The course made it very clear that writing was her primary interest Glick began writing articles for newspapers and magazines, but after several years decided to try writing fiction Her first book, a kids science fiction book, was finally purchased by IncSince then, Glick has become a highly successful author of over 50 romantic suspense and paranormal novels Many of her novels are published under the Harlequin Intrigue line, and in June 2003, she became one of the first authors published under Berkley s new Sensation imprint Before 1997, she often collaborated with Eileen Buckholtz and Kathryn Jenson.Glick also is a highly regarded author of cookbooks focusing on healthy eating She sometimes hires trained chefs to test the recipes that she creates, and makes sure that every recipe is tested at least three times before it appears in one of her cookbooks.Glick is the head of the Columbia Writers Workshop She and her husband, Norman Glick, live in Columbia, Maryland, where Ruth collects rocks, and enjoys cooking, walking, reading, gardening, travel, and Mozart operas They have two grown children, Elissa and Ethan, and two grandsons Jesse and Leo.

Comment 430 on “Midnight Magic

  1. Dana says:
    Mysterious stories about a painting that grants second chances Nice light reading I liked the first two stories but the third story fell flat for me It didn t match the tone of the other stories and didn t really have a resolution Also I didn t really care much for the majority of the characters in the final story.

  2. Daelith says:
    I enjoyed the first two stories The third dragged a bit for me but did pick up at the end The funny thing is I was reading this mainly for the third story because its the set up story for the book, Retrieval.

  3. Lesli says:
    I pick up anthologies specifically so I can try new authors with very little time or money invested Each story was good for different reasons I think I liked the Kearney story the most.



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