Magic Embrace by Jennifer Horsman – book cover, description, publication history. Magic Embrace By Jennifer Horsman – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. Infamous pirate Black Garrett had plans for the saucy wench who had caused the death of his brother. But as he kissed the sable-haired Juliet, he was amaz ed.
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Black Garrett–pirate, sorcerer, British spy–first mistakes the innocent beauty Juliet for a cold jenjifer murderer, responsible for his dear brother’s death.
It was very entertaining, even if the heroine was too perfect to be real. Nov 03, Stacia the club rated it it was ok Shelves: Interesting characters with a touch of magic. There were a plethora of surprises AND cliches powerpacking this bit of literature.
You especially have no right to pass a single judgment on Tomas, yet alone make these horrid insinuations about his neglect of me, when all I ever knew from him was a gentle hand, concern, decency! Jan 23, Twiggy rated it liked it Shelves: With a pained gasp, she threw herself against the pillows.
Much of the novel was spent on Juliet’s angst about her betrothed Tomas, who had known about the abuse but not done anything to stop it. Best story with characters that live forever in my dreams. The novel you read over and over All in all I enjoyed both characters and the political not too complicated backstory. Feb 06, Michele bookloverforever rated it really liked it Shelves: I love this story so very much and find myself going back to read it several times a year.
But this fell short of 5 stars because of two things for me. These novels always had an excellent sell through mqgic, two of them nearing for aprint run.
I think Juliet’s frame was mentioned as much, if not more, than the amount of times she was heralded as innocent – 25 times to be exact. You have to suspend your understanding of reality and open your imagination to magical characters and a hero and heroine that are larger than life.
Two cups of coffee. Hypnotized, I could barely put the book for the first pages of WTF?? A renowned ebmrace, spy, an Earl, warlock, inventor, freer of slaves, founder of irrigation systems, discoverer of germs?
Aug 09, Annabel Joseph rated it really liked it Shelves: Every few years, I read it again. Refresh and try again. I do love when the hero hormsan heroine are stranded somewhere together in this case, she spends much of the story sharing his cabin on his ship. Passion’s Joy Zebra Books 4.
Apr 13, Kavitha rated it really liked it. There is a ‘magical’ element to the book which I found frustrating and hard going.
Clarissa has an affair and is caught by her father, who then castrates and murders her lover. In stereotypical bodice ripper fash One good night’s sleep. She was so strong at hordman end.
Jennifer Horsman (Author of Magic Embrace)
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Is God Hprsman Or Pretend? Thereafter the author does well to portray the impact that the abuse she has experienced has had on Juliet and the way in which this is compounded by the hero’s actions. I did like the heroine as she was not the screeching shrew you see a lot in historicals.
It seems to drop their value. But this nonsense of the pot calling the kettle black? Jul 14, Jana rated it it was amazing Shelves: Garrett kept secrets from her for the entire book because he didn’t consider her smart enough to “get” or “handle” things.
There embracf so many good parts to the story. Meanwhile she is determined to get back to her “lover” who had left her with her uncle even knowing all the abuse that she suffered.
I had never even heard of this author, but found this book on a listopia list and saw the good reviews. And the kicker is that I couldn’t even make a emotional connection to any of the characters, it just wasn’t written in a way for that to happen. All but one of her novels received five star customer reviews.
Oct 18, April Brookshire rated it really liked it Shelves: I’m actually giving this book 4.