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  • Paperback: 304 pages
  • Publisher: Berkley (Dec 31 2001)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0425183181
  • ISBN-13: 978-0425183182
  • Product Dimensions: 13.1 x 2 x 20.3 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 249 g
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #713,590 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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“A consistently entertaining writer.”—USA Today

“Roberts has a warm feel for her characters and an eye for the evocative detail.”—Chicago Tribune

“Roberts weaves a story like no one else.”—Denver Rocky Mountain News

“Roberts is indeed a word artist, painting her story and her characters with vitality and verve.”—Los Angeles Daily News

About the Author

Nora Roberts is the author of more than one hundred novels, including The Villa and Heaven and Earth. She is also the author of the bestselling futuristic suspense series written under the pen name J. D. Robb. With more than 127 million copies of her books in print and more than forty New York Times bestsellers to date, Nora Roberts is indisputably the most celebrated and beloved women's fiction writer today.

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A little bit of magic has three Nora Roberts stories together for the first time all set in Ireland. This alone makes this a must own for any Roberts fan. Than the stories come in!
Spellbound is about Calin after many sleepless nights he realizes he has to travel to ireland there he comes face to face with a women who is so familar it's scary. Bryna says she's loved Calin forever and he needs his help to fight an evil that could keep them apart. Calin doesn't know what to beleve but he knows he wants Bryna.
Ever After is my favorite Allena can't do anything right. The family screw up she somehow ends up in trouble. Trying to make it back to her job she ends up shipwrecked on island with Conal. Conals knows that Allena is there because she's his destiny but can he face his fears so that there future will be together?
And Finally In Dreams--Kayleen finds herself alone with a man who can only have her for awhile and In dreams
3 Great Stories that celebrate Love and a Little Magic!
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"A Little Magic" by Nora Roberts contains three enchanting tales of magic and love. These stories are quick and easy reads, and are perfect for brightening up a gloomy day!
"Spellbound" tells the story of Calin Farrell, a successful photographer who travels to Ireland on a whim. He ends up drawn to the ruins of a once grand castle, and there meets the beautiful Bryna in her storybook cottage. What Calin doesn't know yet is that he and Bryna are part of a thousand year spell that can only be conquered by true love. Calin must give his heart freely to Bryna, or the evil wizard Alasdair will triumph, and Bryna will become his. This is a lovely, fanciful tale, with lovable characters and an exciting storyline.
In "Ever After" we meet the absent-minded Allena, who can't seem to find her place in the world. She is drawn to an island with a little help from some magic, where she meets Conal, a handsome recluse. Allena is swept away by her feelings for Conal and falls madly in love. But Conal, who has been told that it is his destiny to pledge his devotion to his one true love on the shortest night of the year, refuses to accept his feelings for Allena. Conal refuses to have fate control his life, and in the process may be throwing away his one chance at happiness! Conal and Allena are both vivid, rich characters, and their tale of magic and destiny is sure to please readers.
"In Dreams" is my favourite of the three stories. Flynn has been sentenced to an eternity trapped in a half world of dreams, with only one week every century in which to live. Five hundred years into his sentence, when his week is just beginning, Kayleen Brennan, the dark-haired beauty who haunts his dreams, shows up at his door in the middle of a storm.
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As a recent fan of Nora Robert's, I am always so glad when things like "A Little Magic" are published. Comprised of three shorter stories; taking place in Ireland and surrounded by magic, this is one collection no Robert's fan will want to miss. In the first story, "Spellbound", Calin and Bryna have waited years and lifetimes to find each other. Now, they have met, but is there love strong enough to fight off a powerful enemy? In the second, "Ever After", Conal lives in self-imposed loneliness, denying everything about himself. Until one day when magic leads flighty Allena to his life. And finally, "In Dreams" tells of a magician put under a 500-year spell that only love can break.
If you want to find out what the fates of the people in these magical tales are, you will have to read the book. In addition to getting good stories, it teaches that true love is the only real magic. My only complaint? I am wishing each story was longer.
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By apoem on Aug. 7 2002
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I read all three of these stories and enjoyed all of them. They were true Nora Roberts- romance, magic, a hint of mystery or some wierd problem. These are not formula romances by a long shot.
Truly fun to read. In the first story, Calin travels to Ireland with no real reason as to why. When he sees Brynna, he realizes why he came. As they learn to work together and as they fall in love they face many problems that most couple don't face.
The second story, which was my favorite of the three, Conal is a loner and likes it that way until Allena gets lost and shows up at his home. An enjoyable story with magic and love and more.
The third story was my least favorite of the three, but any Nora Roberts book at it's worst is better than many romance books at their best. Kayleen must learn to love a man who can only have her 'in dreams' and how to conquer this unusual problem.
Enjoy.
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I have read everything of Nora Roberts' I can get my hands on. I love Ms. Roberts style of writing and her characters are great but enough is enough! A Little Magic is a book that takes the stories that Ms. Roberts wrote as part of a GROUP project and makes them a one man show. I love the stories when they are in their origninal form, with the other author's works. I can't help but feel that Ms. Roberts (or her publishing company)have real issues about sharing the spot light. Writing should be about telling a story, not only about making as much money as possible.
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