#TuesdayBookBlog – Myth and Magic by Mae Clair

My review for Mae Clair’s shivery Romantic Suspense, Myth and Magic. Enjoy!

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23433671My Rating: 5 of 5 Stars

“As children, they played games of myth and magic . . . .” 

An old inn with a mysterious past. Ladies in white, ghosting through the trees. Unexplained sobbing noises during the dead of night. Strange happenings, all, and the quest to understand who–or what–is trying to drive guests away from Stone Willow Lodge is at the heart of Mae Clair’s shivery romantic suspense novel.

Anyone who has visited Bookin’ It very often knows that I’m extremely partial to angsty, conflicted men, and heaven knows, private investigator Caithelden Lairen is the very personification of angst and conflict. Born Caithelden Breckwood (his mother has a thing for myth and magic, herself, naming her other sons Galen, Aren, and Merlin), Caith has been estranged from his family for years. A childhood trauma has left him scarred and angry, especially at his father, and thus it…

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4 thoughts on “#TuesdayBookBlog – Myth and Magic by Mae Clair

  1. Marcia, finding this lovely review of Myth and Magic made my day. Thank you for the kind words, and I’m delighted you enjoyed the story. The Breckwood brothers really carved a niche in my heart, especially Caith. Thanks for sharing! 🙂

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    • Very happy to spread the word, Mae! It’s a lovely book, and I hope lots of folks here on The Write Stuff will be sharing this, too.

      I know what you mean about brothers working their way into your heart. The Painter brothers (in Swamp Ghosts, and Finding Hunter) have done that to me, as well. And now that I’m on #3, they are doing it yet again. So I can well see the Breckwood Boys finding a place in your heart, forever. And yes, especially Caith. (Though I was becoming quite fond of Merlin by the end.) 😀

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