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Title and Author: Mostly Magic by Donna June Cooper
Series: Books of the Kindling #2
No. of Pages: 352
Language: English
Genre: Romance, Magic, Suspense, Mystery, Paranormal, Contemporary, Romantic Suspense

Book Review:
Mostly Magic by Donna June Cooper is the second installment in the Books of the Kindling series and just like the first book, More Than Magic, this book also leaves the reader thoroughly entertained and eager to read the next book in the series.

The cover is beautiful and intriguing and the blurb interesting which will surely attract the attention of new readers towards this book.

I had absolutely loved the first book and didn't think I could fall more in love but this book proved me wrong. Mostly Magic is even better than the first book. So much is happening in this story that the reader is always kept at the edge of his seat and thrown from one adventure to another. There is mystery, seers who see the future, tele-empaths, a danger that threatens the world and a love story that we root for but also know the dangers that threaten the love birds if they pursue it.

Daniel who had made an appearance in the first book, takes center stage in this one. Just like his sister, Grace, he is also struggling with his gift which leaves him dreading human contact. He dreams of unhappy endings which generally relate to him or his loved ones but his power is increasing and changing which has him scared. Convinced that he can never risk giving his heart to anyone, Daniel is totally unprepared for the attraction he feels for the feisty, pixie like reporter Mel Noblett who is after him for an interview. But Mel is also hiding some secrets and knows that she cant afford to be honest with anyone let alone the Doctor with his kind but sometimes haunted eyes.

I loved Daniel and Mel and rooted for a happily-ever-after for them. They face so many ups and downs in their relationship and are tested at every turn which made me feel more confident that they were really meant for each other. Donna creates a very complex story with many layers to it. So much is happening here. There is the unresolved issue of Daniel's gift which has proved only a nuisance to him, the dreams that haunt him and Granny Lily's constant appearance urging him to accept his gift. Then the mysterious ailment afflicting the bees threatens the health of people and also threatens Daniel's safety if he goes against the corporation that, he feels, is making the bees sick with its research but buying off doctors to speak in its favour. Then there is danger following Mel and no clue why someone is targeting her!

Grace, Nick, Ouida, Jamie, Pooka and the mountain play an important role in this book too and it was great to meet them again. This series has captured my attention and I love the whole concept with its touch of magic. Kudos to Donna for bring such a new concept to light. The descriptions of places and events are vivid and take the reader on a ride to Donna's magical world. I am now ready buy a ticket to visit the Woodruff mountain! :)

All in all, Mostly Magic is even better than the already awesome first book and strongly recommended by me to all readers. 5 on 5 to it. I am eager to start on the next book and have my fingers crossed. I hope I like the next book as much as I liked these first two books.
Go buy and read these books. They are not to be missed! :)

I received the book from the author and I am very thankful to her. The above review is my honest and unbiased opinion and in no way influenced.

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 Mostly Magic by Donna June Cooper

****Books of the Kindling Series****

Book 1: More Than Magic by Donna June Cooper
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Book 2: Mostly Magic by Donna June Cooper
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Book 3: Making Magic by Donna June Cooper
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