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by Cherry Adair

Category: Paranormal
Subcategory: Romance
Author: Cherry Adair
ISBN: 1616646756
ISBN13: 978-1616646752
Publisher: Pocket Star Books (2010)
Fb2 eBook: 1926 kb
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2010 Black Magic (stand alone single title). 2011 Hush (1st of the Lodestone series). 2012 Afterglow (2nd of the Lodestone series).

2010 Black Magic (stand alone single title).

Flight Attendant Danica Cross has a very bad feeling about this flight. She hates using magic. Ever since the death of her parents, Sara Temple has rejected her magical gifts. The only passengers are el Presidente Palacios's young son and his entourage of bodyguards. Then, in a moment of extreme danger, she unknowingly sends out a telepathic cry for help-to the one man she is convinced she never wants to see again. HE'S A POWERFUL WIZARD.

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After a few books I must conclude that either I don't like how Cherry Adair writes or her books simply aren't for me. Читать весь отзыв.

by. Adair, Cherry, 1951-. Then, in a moment of extreme danger, she unknowingly sends out a telepathic cry for help -to the one man she is convinced she never wants to see again. Jackson Slater thought he was done forever with his ex-fiancé, but when he hears her desperate plea, he teleports halfway around the world to aid her in a situation where magic has gone suddenly, brutally wrong.

Black Magic - Cherry Adair. Jack had to grab Sara’s shoulders to prevent. All rights reserved, including the right to reproduce this book or portions thereof in any form whatsoever. For information address Pocket Books Subsidiary Rights Department, 1230 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10020.

New York Times bestselling author Cherry Adair is back with an action adventure with a paranormal twist. If you like bestselling authors Maya Banks and Heather Graham, you’ll love Black Magic. This steamy, thrill ride mixes wizards and a love that cannot be denied. He’s a powerful wizard.

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Comments to eBook Black Magic
Ucantia
Absolutely love Cherry Adair! I own almost all of her books, and they are those one's that you have to force yourself to stop reading cause it is just that good of a read!
Malojurus
I'm a BIG Cherry Adair fan and have bought and read every book she's ever written. I even met her at a book signing and loved her BUT I think that this is the worst story she's ever written. Don't get me wrong, it's well written with some good sexy scenes, but the female lead character is not very likeable. Also, you know what's going to happen and who the bad guy is in the first 50 pages so it's very predictable. Usually I read her books all in one sitting but I put this one down a lot and had a hard time finishing it. I'll be looking forward to her next story. This is not a book you'll want to keep.
Buriwield
This book really demonstrates (to me at least) WHY we need tier pricing for books. Not even close to worth hard back price and trade is still a little much, but a solid paperback price read. Because I am counting every penny my expectations are directly related to price. The male and female leads here are "magical" wizards but of the "blink and you're there" variety. The male lead had a troubled/abused childhood; the female lead apparently is too "naive" around men to realize danger. There is a great plotline here regarding 2012/natural disasters so that is why I'm actually recommending the book. I just never liked or cared about the characters to recommend too highly.
Black_Hawk_Down
I have a soft spot for the list of 'If I were an evil overlord'. I bring it up because this book reminds me very strongly of it. The antagonist is almost completely useless, and makes all sorts of very poor decisions. You don't realise the extent of the bad decisions until towards the very end of the book. The extent of the bad decisions is the real mystery here.

The protagonist is also almost completely useless, and seems to 'fall' into the plot and the solution. Only again through the antagonist's extremely stupid decisions.

The dialogue seems to be a replica of the dialogue out of 'The 'Hills', and the action reminds me of a bad 80s late night sci-fi TV show. The emotional side never grips, and never comes across as believable.

Although there is a prologue set in the past, the story really begins in the present day during a specific event: the heroine's father figure goes on a killing rampage. It is normal for writers/presenters to open with an event, however, then that event is finalised and its purpose explained (Closing the Loop). I can understand why this event is never explained because it is yet another incredibly bad decision on the part of the antagonist, and is frankly, unexplainable. But it does leave a loose end with the reader.

This is my first purchase from this author, and I will never purchase again. If you are thinking of purchasing this book, I would recommend 'If I were an evil overlord' instead (Google it). Much more entertaining.
Shadowredeemer
Geologist and Aequitas warrior Jackson Slater has used magic all his life. Sara Temple rejected and began to fear her magical powers the night of her parents' deaths. Once deeply in love, now bitter exes, Jack and Sara want nothing more than to never see one another again. But when an ancient evil threatens not just wizards, but the entire world, the Wizard Council throws Jack and Sara back into each others' lives by commanding they work together to stop it. Past wounds threaten to derail their investigation, but Sara and Jack learn that their love has never really died. Can they heal the wounds of their past to have a future together? Or will the evil they face destroy Jack, Sara, and everything they love before they have a chance to find out?

The classic tale of good versus evil gets an inventive new spin in the dark and dangerous Black Magic. Having never read any of Cherry Adair's books, I was excited to adventure into the world of Aequitas and Omnivatics and Ms. Adair doesn't hold back from making her bad guys very bad indeed. As for our protagonists, I adored Jack. He's sexy as hell and just a touch grouchy, which actually managed to add to his appeal (bravo, Ms. Adair). I quite liked Sara as well, though at times I admit I wanted to shake her for not being willing to listen to Jack when it came to people who were obviously untrustworthy. Though Ms. Adair tried to explain why said people had Sara's trust, it was a matter of tell more than show, so that part of the story made me a bit unsympathetic towards Sara. Still, when the good kind of sparks flew between Sara and Jack, I loved watching them together. They suffered some awful hits in the past and I wanted to see them get their happily ever after together because Ms. Adair made me believe they definitely deserved it. Black Magic is by turns sensual, thrilling, and (when it comes to the bad guys) just a bit creepy, which made the book all the more interesting. Black Magic was an altogether engaging read and I look forward to reading more of Ms. Adair's work.

Shayna
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In the beginning I wasn't sure if this would be a book I could get into, it just wasn't holding my attention well. After chapter two things picked up rather nicely and I enjoyed it very much. It was a fast paced novel that kept right on the edge of my seat...sometimes sweating in anticipation.

I enjoyed Jack and Sara's story. Their hatred for one another mixed with their underlying love toward one another, it was fascinating to watch these two be pushed into a working relationship by the Wizard Council.

This is definitely not a book you will want to share with your teens as it has some very mature content.
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