Once Upon a Midnight

Once Upon a Midnight

Nora Roberts, Ruth Ryan Langan, Jill Gregory, Marianne Willman

Language: English

Pages: 267

ISBN: B01K91PBQC

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Once Upon a Midnight

Nora Roberts, Ruth Ryan Langan, Jill Gregory, Marianne Willman

Language: English

Pages: 267

ISBN: B01K91PBQC

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


2011 Retail ePub

All-new tales of love and enchantment from the New York Times bestselling authors of Once Upon a Kiss.

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mattered most in his life, that would be true. The car moved slowly through the village, then out onto a modern highway. Before long Ally could see traffic, people, shops, and knew that they were leaving the Highlands behind. So much for her grand tour of Scotland. So much for seeing her father’s legacy. Because it hurt too much, she swallowed and muttered defiantly, “Maybe next time.” The moment the words were out of her mouth she could see in her mind the darkness that had come into Heath’s

spoke them his eyes closed, and she saw him drifting, drifting into sleep, no longer able to resist the exhaustion dragging at him. Fiona stood back, studying him as he slept, frantically trying to decide if he was telling the truth. Her instinct told her yes, but she didn’t completely trust her feelings. Something about him drew her in a way she couldn’t explain, a way that had nothing to do with reason or with proof. She liked him. He seemed . . . decent. No, more than decent. And it wasn’t

death spell on you. You nearly died and I couldn’t stop it,” he said tersely, and at the words, she met his eyes and shook her head. “No, that wasn’t your fault. I knew there was danger when I insisted on going to Raven Castle with you. No one could have stopped Kilvorn. Except Ariel.” She took a deep breath. “They say she died that night. I think it must have been her final burst of power that brought Tidbit there to find the crystal shard—to kill the magician and break his spell.” “Thank the

Such a sweet mouth. Intrigued, he reached for his clothes and dressed hurriedly. As long as he was here, he may as well see how all this played out. Soon enough he’d have to leave this fantasy behind and return to reality. Until then, he would just relax and enjoy the ride with the fascinating Allison Kerr. With her hair curling damply around her face from the bath, Ally found herself irresistibly drawn to the garden. Pulling on a warm jacket, she stepped outside and was surprised to find Heath

at university and found the cottage abandoned. When I inquired, I learned that she had passed away the previous winter. It turned out she didn’t live here all year, but only in the summer months. In the winter she lived at Hamilton Hall. She was Sir Malcolm’s mother.” “His mother? Don’t you think that odd that she would live way out here by herself?” “Not at all. This was part of their family land, and it was a place that called to her. It had been her grandmother’s cottage.” “How did you come

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