Paul excels at creating a magical realm within the real world and allowing us, like her characters, to believe that anything is possible when magic and love collide. She masterfully weaves several subplots and a cast of remarkable characters into a tightly written plot holding readers spellbound like
a master magician.

Lady Sarah Tamony doesn't take no for an answer when it comes to researching her latest book on magic mortals. Even if she has to sneak into his home, she will interview Malachi Seymour, Earl of Graymar and the Great Sorcerer known as Dewin Mawr. She will uncover the truth about the legends surrounding his family.

Malachi cannot allow Sarah to tell the world of his clan, but he is also completely captivated by her. It is as if she possesses a special magic. When it comes time for him to face the challenge of the demon and a vicious usurper he must turn to Sarah for help. But she also needs his aid in freeing her brother from an evil enchantress' spell. They become one in a battle that will save the magical world and reality. (St. Martin's, Oct., 370 pp., $6.99)
Reviewed by: 
Kathe Robin