Love s Sight Love s Magic Book 7

Love s Sight  Love s Magic Book 7

Betty's note: each book in the Love's Magic series is a standalone romance novel, and can be enjoyed even if you haven't read other books in the series.

Author: Betty McLain


ISBN: 1715687574


Page: 148

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Love does not need eyes to see. Love's Sight comes from the heart. Laura didn't think much about the magic mirror at Danny's Bar and Grill. What good was a mirror that showed your true love to a girl who could not see? Yet as she sat before it, she had the strangest feeling she was being watched. Joseph was on his way to class when he glanced in a hall mirror and saw a woman sitting in a restaurant. Thinking she must be a ghost, he shook off the strange event and continued to class. But the girl in the mirror would not leave his mind. Will the Magic Mirror help Laura find true love - or will she close her heart and deny its magic? Betty's note: each book in the Love's Magic series is a standalone romance novel, and can be enjoyed even if you haven't read other books in the series.

Sacrifice Of Love Book 7 The Grey Wolves Series

Sacrifice Of Love  Book 7 The Grey Wolves Series

She closed her eyes and called on the magic that lived inside her as she spoke. “Ancient power that flows through my veins, I willingly shed my blood to spare the life required by the black magic that fills this place.

Author: Quinn Loftis

Publisher: Quinn Loftis Books, LLC

ISBN: 9781301016525

Category: Fiction

Page: 361

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As one evil falls, another rises in its place. The powerful witch, Desdemona, has finally been killed by an alliance of wolf, elf, and fae. But Reyaz, brother to Cypher the warlock king, has vowed retribution for a life that was taken from him. Now Cypher must decide not only how to protect his newfound mate and his people, but also how to destroy the only family he has left. Meanwhile, Jen’s pregnancy progresses and the fateful due date draws ever nearer. The thought of losing Decebel’s child constantly threatens to overwhelm her. With each passing day, Decebel grows more distant, causing Jen to wonder what toll the impending loss of their child is taking on him. Unbeknownst to Jen, in an act of desperation to protect his unborn child and mate, Decebel strikes a deadly bargain with the Great Luna—his life in place of his child’s. There is only one way for that to happen; the bond between him and Jen must be broken. As Jen as Decebel struggle through their darkness, another kind of darkness is infiltrating Fane’s heart. Doubts and questions linger as he tries to cope with the emotions brought on in the aftermath of Desdemona’s curse. He knows what happened wasn’t real, but still, he can’t rid himself of the terrible images seared into his memory. Jacque is his light, the one who keeps the darkness at bay, yet he won’t let her inside to do just that. Sally continues to learn what it means to be a gypsy healer and Costin struggles to protect her as she runs full speed ahead to help her wolves, heedless of her own safety. She sees her best friends struggling, each enduring their own trials. She’s desperate to help them, but can she keep them safe? With all of these things hanging heavy over the heads of the Serbia and Romania packs, their attention is divided. The wolves do not even realize a threat has slowly infiltrated their midst. Will they recognize the threat in time to save the lives that precariously hang in the balance? Against this backdrop of darkness, choices will be made, fears will be confronted, and the ultimate sacrifice will be made. Will the wolves stand together to defeat the threats arrayed against them, both from within and without? Will love conquer all? Or will the beleaguered wolves finally succumb to their demons?
Categories: Fiction

The Love Magic Book

The Love Magic Book

No part of this book may be reproduced in any form or by any electronic or mechanical means, ... FIRST EDITION Book design by Julia Sedykh Design Hachette Book Group, 237 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10017, Visit our Web site at www.

Author: Gillian Kemp

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9780316055017

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 128

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Open this enchanting handbook of inspiring spells from journalist and clairvoyant Gillian Kemp and discover the magic of love, romance, and relationships.
Categories: Body, Mind & Spirit

Ancient Greek Love Magic

Ancient Greek Love Magic

... 33, 75, 134–136 Cyranides, 11, 121–122 Cyrene, 49–50, 116–117, 119, 135 Cythereia, 139 Dardanos, 53 Deianeira, 7, 16, ... 140–141, 149 “Eighth Book of Moses,” 103 emancipation of women in Hellenistic world, 149, 153–154 Enuma Elish, ...

Author: Christopher A. FARAONE

Publisher: Harvard University Press

ISBN: 9780674036703

Category: History

Page: 240

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The ancient Greeks commonly resorted to magic spells to attract and keep lovers. Surveying and analyzing various texts and artifacts, the author reveals that gender is the crucial factor in understanding love spells.
Categories: History

Love in America

Love in America

7. “Love Makes the World Go 'Round.” 8. Hans J. Morganthau, “Love and Power.” Commentary, March 1962,247. 9. ... Russell Baker, “Love, Your Magic Spell Is Everywhere, Dammit. ... Henry Raymont, “Book Unit Rejects 'Love Story.

Author: Lawrence R. Samuel

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 9781476638072

Category: Social Science

Page: 171

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 Widely considered the most complex of human emotions, romantic love both shapes and reflects core societal values, its expression offering a window into the cultural zeitgeist. In popular culture, romantic love has long been a mainstay of film, television and music. The gap between fictitious narratives of love and real-life ones is, however, usually wide--American's expectations of romance and affection often transcend reality. Tracing the history of love in American culture, this book offers insight into both the national character and emotional nature.
Categories: Social Science

Adult Children of Divorce Confused Love Seekers

Adult Children of Divorce  Confused Love Seekers

Galician,61 in her book on romance and the media, describes the following twelve media myths that she believes ... so nothing/nobody can ultimately separate you, (2) there is such a thing as “love at first sight,” (3) your true “soul ...

Author: Geraldine K. Piorkowski

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 9780313346019

Category: Psychology

Page: 208

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Romantic love is often an elusive, fragile, and tenuous state, difficult to maintain across time. The rates of divorce, re-divorce, relationship violence, and abuse today attest to the face we are failing at romantic love. And for teen-aged and adult children of divorce, romantic love can be especially elusive. Because they have no roadmap for a satisfying, stable romatic relationship derived from their own parents, they are confused by what love is and tend to make poor partner choices. Borrowing heavily from popular culture for unrealistic standards regarding love, they become disillusioned when their all-too-ordinary lovers don't measure up. Especially vulnerable to the problems their parents had, they tend to overreact in a similar negative fashion and are all too ready to consider divorce when unhappiness strikes. In attempting to halt intergenerational transmission of divorce, Psychologist Piorkowski points to how we can recognize that American popular culture presents an overly-sexualized, explosive, and superficial version of love that can't last. With this book, adult children of divorce can begin to see how they have been affected by familial experiences, and develop a new, realistic map to find more fulfilling and enduring romantic relastionships. Piorkowski, in an extensive review of literature, also looks at cultural factors and how they impact romantic love and marriage. In contrast to American popular culture's shallow rendition of romantic love, many cultures elsewhere in the world emphasize compatibility, religion, and family allegiance. As a result, says the author, such marriages appear more stable than American unions built upon the shifting sands of emotion.
Categories: Psychology

Love Magic and Control in Premodern Iberian Literature

Love Magic and Control in Premodern Iberian Literature

7 González adds that, for him, Zifar is first and foremost an adventure book with some true teachings (38). 8 See Benito Ruano, “A Toledo los diablos”, which addresses the popularity of Toledo as a site to learn necromancy and the ...

Author: Veronica Menaldi

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000421767

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 168

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This book explores the complexity of Iberian identity and multicultural/multi-religious interactions in the Peninsula through the lens of spells, talismans, and imaginative fiction in medieval and early modern Iberia. Focusing particularly on love magic—which manipulates objects, celestial spheres, and demonic conjurings to facilitate sexual encounters—Menaldi examines how practitioners and victims of such magic as represented in major works produced in Castile. Magic, and love magic in particular, is an exchange of knowledge, a claim to power and a deviation from or subversion of the licit practices permitted by authoritative decrees. As such, magic serves as a metaphorical tool for understanding the complex relationships of the Christian with the non-Christian. In seeking to understand and incorporate hidden secrets that presumably reveal how one can manipulate their environment, occult knowledge became one of the funnels through which cultures and practices mixed and adapted throughout the centuries.
Categories: Literary Criticism

Love Cures

Love Cures

Healing and Love Magic in Old French Romance Laine E. Doggett. 7 scholars have found considerable similarity between practices ( as distinct from theory , which empirics lacked ) carried out by those trained formally and informally .

Author: Laine E. Doggett

Publisher: Penn State Press

ISBN: 0271035307

Category: Social Science

Page: 291

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"Examines literary portrayals of women who practice healing and love magic, and argues that these figures were modeled on informally trained practitioners common in the magico-medical paradigm of the high Middle Ages, and were well-respected and successful"--Provided by publisher.
Categories: Social Science

Stones A Novel of Art Love Intrigue and Magic in the South of France

Stones  A Novel of Art  Love  Intrigue and Magic in the South of France

7. RETURNING HOME from the luncheon with his mother and Mr. Singh, Cornelius let his jacket fall to the floor near the door of his apartment and advanced with singular intent directly to his pedestals. Eyes closed, he ran his hands over ...

Author: David A. Ross

Publisher: Open Books

ISBN: 9781452452661

Category: Literary Collections


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A novel of art, love, intrigue and magic in the South of France.
Categories: Literary Collections

Jewish Love Magic

Jewish Love Magic

A recipe instructing the practitioner to utter the verse 'Noah found grace in the eyes of God', in order to bestow grace on the spell beneficiary, follows a simple analogical rationale. A magical triangle, in which the letters of a word ...

Author: Ortal-Paz Saar

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789004347892

Category: Religion

Page: 316

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In Jewish Love Magic: From Late Antiquity to the Middle Ages Ortal-Paz Saar explores the supernatural methods employed by Jews in order to generate love, grace or hate, comparing them to contemporaneous Graeco-Roman and Christian love magic.
Categories: Religion