Book Review

DEEP MAGIC
by Joy Nash

Genre: Historical Romance, Paranormal
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: Roman Britain

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Nash follows The Grail King with a love story that completely envelops the reader in a magical world. Skilled at merging reality and druid legend, she illuminates a dark age with fiery passions, political complexities and an enchanting story that sweeps you away to an enthralling world.

There's turmoil on Avalon. Roman soldiers are nearby, and one among them possesses enough magic to attempt to penetrate the mists of Avalon. As a daughter of the Lady, Gwendolyn guards her powers. She uses her ability to shapeshift from human to wolf to uncover the enemy that threatens her homeland. Gwen leaves the island and finds shelter
with her friend Marcus and his family. Her visions enable Marcus to forge a sword made of the finest steel, a weapon called Excalibur.

But the molten metal is nothing
compared to the heat between them. Marcus sees the wolf's gleam in
her eyes, but nothing can stop their desire, and as Gwen is drawn into
the realm of the deep magic, she
and Marcus may be the only ones
able to save Avalon. (Love Spell, Jan.,
380 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Love Spell

Published: January 2008

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