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by Karen Robards

  • ISBN: 0759501971
  • Category: Romance
  • Author: Karen Robards
  • Subcategory: Contemporary
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  • Publisher: Oxmoor House (March 2001)
  • FB2 size: 1837 kb
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  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 669
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The new novel from the author of Amanda Rose, To Love a Man, and Dark Torment is a contemporary love story in which a mild-mannered author of romantic thrillers becomes unwittingly embroiled in a hair-raising adventure with a handsome stranger that surpasses anything in her fiction.

Karen Robard does not disappoint.

Clara jumped every time a car came into sight, which fortunately happened with less and less frequency. Puff had curled up into a contented ball in her lap and was fast asleep. ly ventured, do you think they’ve found that cop yet?. Won’t they be looking for us? They must know we’re in his ca. .Which is why we’re going to dump it. Soon no.Clara was silent for a moment as she digested that. Then we walk until we find another form of transportation. Something not so conspicuous.

Night Magic (Trade Paperback). Published July 1st 2003 by Grand Central Publishing. Published December 12th 2012 by Karen Robards. Trade Paperback, 373 pages. Author(s): Karen Robards (Goodreads Author). ISBN: 0446692484 (ISBN13: 9780446692489).

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The new novel from the author of Amanda Rose, To Love a Man, and Dark Torment is a contemporary love story in which a mild-mannered author of romantic thrillers becomes unwittingly embroiled in a hair-raising adventure with a handsome.

The new novel from the author of Amanda Rose, To Love a Man, and Dark Torment is a contemporary love story in which a mild-mannered author of romantic thrillers becomes unwittingly embroiled in a hair-raising adventure with a handsome stranger that surpasses anything in her fiction.

An exciting and passionate contemporary romance about novelist Clara Winston, a woman who creates strong heroes and hopes to meet one someday. But after members of the KGB appear at her door thinking that she knows CIA agent Jack McCain (who has the same nickname as one of her fictional heroes), she finds herself on the run with Jack-and her life really turns into an adventure.

Night Magic, Karen Robards, Karen Robards Romance writer Clara Winston dedicates her newest book to her cat, Puff, without knowing what havoc she is about to unloose on her placid (boring?) life

Night Magic, Karen Robards, Karen Robards. Des milliers de livres avec la livraison chez vous en 1 jour ou en magasin avec -5% de réduction Romance writer Clara Winston dedicates her newest book to her cat, Puff, without knowing what havoc she is about to unloose on her placid (boring?) life. Because there’s a rogue CIA agent out there whose code name is Puff, and some very bad guys want to kill him. When the bad guys show up at mild-mannered Clara’s house, thinking that she can lead them to the man they’re hunting, she is rescued by that man, disgraced CIA agent Jack McClain.

karen robard. enetrates the steamiest of women’s erotic fantasies. Her particular brand of romance is fascinating. Robards has a knack for telling a story. Published by Karen Robards. Originally published by Avon Books.


Reviews about Night Magic (7):
Kekinos
I love Karen Robards' books. I luckily discovered her first book, when it came out and have been a fan every since. I have Night Magic in my book library, but I couldn't find it, so I decided to buy the ebook version.

The story still held my attention, but the poor editing almost ruined my experience. Poor spell check, dialogues from two separate characters run together, questionable punctuation.

So, while I highly recommend Night Magic (5 stars), get it in paperback to have a truly enjoyable experience. This story has wonderfully developed characters, a taut and suspenseful plot, romance, and intelligent writing.
Wel
I usually like Karen Robards books for an easy read, but this one is pretty bad. Very predictable so far as the plot goes and totally unrealistic. What most offended my sensibilities, however, was the setting. Ms. Robards desperately needs a geography lesson. Last time I looked the ocean isn't too close to the hospitals in D.C. And the mountains west of Washington aren't in any reasonable distance to Hilton Head--or wherever the secret CIA camp was supposed to exist. I admit that I stopped following before that point.
Malanim
Karen Robards' writing conveys the most spot-on feminine sensibility of any romance writer. She is, to borrow a phrase, every woman. This book fell into the familiar plot of many of her suspense/chase books. Hapless heroine accidentally gets caught up in danger and intrigue, is dragged away by a fierce and formidable male himself on the run. He is exasperating and implacable, the basis of their conflict, but it soon becomes clear her safety depends on sticking with him as they are pursued by powerful and relentless forces out to kill them. As the book progresses toward the middle, he occasionally mellows a little, making her melt a bit toward him as she falls under his sexual spell. Why I couldn't give this book 5 stars--it's too much like many of her other books. And her penchant for creating a much too rough and brusque "hero" who the heroine wackily falls in love with strains my ability to identify with her. I can't buy falling in love with a guy who treats a woman badly to the point she succumbs to Stockholm Syndrome and falls in lust and love with him if he tosses her the smallest crumb. Her heroes just don't do it for me, much as I like her writing.
Winn
This book really surprised me. Not because it was a action/romance- I was expecting that- although- there seemed to be more action and less romance than I am used to- and that was okay- it was all good.
Things I liked- the humor involved with cat.. our Hero wasn't terribly fond of the cat, but he tolerated Puff (in the cute roll your eyes kind of way). I could see it in my head and it you felt like you were there. There is also a scene in which our h is uh- beat/hurt by bad men, and our H is rather helpless. Afterwards he takes great care of her and is so tender with her.
What I didn't like about the book was way she wrote some things towards the end. I mean, there is a HEA- so no fear there.. just I don't like the way our H acts before the HEA..
Obong
I'm a fan of Karen Robards and I've read a lot of her book. This book was just ok for me because of one reason. I really don't think this book was edited. There seemed to be a few errors every few pages which took away from the flow of the story for me. I'm usually not one to be really bothered by the editing but here it did. The story itself was great and so were the characters.
Modar
Have enjoyed this author for years and perhaps that's why this was a bit of a disappointment...it's dated. Also, there was an unbelievable number of typos in the ebook version that detracted from the story. I'Lloyd still read Robards but will watch the copyright dates more carefully.
Mojar
Karen Robards is one of my favorite authors. Over the years I have read many of her books. I found this one to be very good. The idea of a spy having the same undercover name as her cat was ingenious. Puff played one of the most important roles in the entire book. Having had several feline members of our family over the past forty years, I can relate. Puff had the personality of mine or two of our families cats. They are almost human in their knowledge of how far they can go. Loved the book.
When things are tough do you have books you turn to that lighten your mood? I love everything that Karen Robards writes but her earlier books are just so satisfying, like a big bowl of macaroni and cheese. There is humor, mystery and romance in well balanced portions and a little sex for spice. Good stuff.

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