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by Kay Hooper

  • Author: Kay Hooper
  • ISBN: 0553588583
  • ISBN13: 978-0553588583
  • ePub: 1618 kb | FB2: 1188 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: United States
  • Publisher: Bantam (August 30, 2005)
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 858
  • Format: azw lit lrf mbr
The Wizard of Seattle ePub download

Home Kay Hooper The Wizard of Seattle. Kay Hooper has conjured a fine thriller with appealing young ghosts and a suitably evil presence to provide a welcome chill on a hot summer’s day.

Home Kay Hooper The Wizard of Seattle. The wizard of seattle, . -Orlando Sentinel. The author draws the reader into the story line and, once there, they can’t leave because they want to see what happens next in this thrill-a-minute, chilling, fantastic reading experience.

Only 3 left in stock (more on the way). This is a book that keeps me coming back to read it again and again. Kay Hooper writes an engaging story

Only 3 left in stock (more on the way). Only 2 left in stock (more on the way). Kay Hooper writes an engaging story. This the first book of hers that I ever read and it lead me to her fantastic FBI series! Great all the way round.

The Wizard of Seattle book. Time travel romances are hot. now romance superstar Kay. Set in modern-day Seattle and ancient Atlantis, Hooper spins a tale of a young woman with a wild talent and the handsome wizard who would risk everything to teach her a forbidden art-and taste a forbidden love.

Kay Hooper o convince her that he had no inten.

Kay Hooper o convince her that he had no intention of harming her in any way. Tremayne hadn’t needed Merlin’s warning to know she was unlikely to put much trust in any male, even less a wizard, but he was determined to do whatever he could to win her trust. And there was so little time before he had to leav. .

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The Wizard Of Seattle. In 1984, 16-year-old Serena Smyth appeared on the doorstep of wizard Richard Merlin in Seattle demanding that he take her on as an apprentice. The body of this silly novel picks up nine years later, when Serena and Richard are secretly attracted to each other but still keeping up the pretense of being uncle and niece for the benefit of the powerless world.

Kay Hooper The Wizard Of Seattle. This book is for my agent, Eileen Fallon, because she never yells at me, even when I deserve to be yelled at, and because we can talk about anything-even politics. And this book is for my friend Catherine Coulter, because of something she said in San Diego.

Kay Hooper is a New York Times bestselling American author of more than 60 books. Kay Hooper was born in 1958 in California. Her father, an Air Force employee, was stationed in an Air Force base hospital and the family lived there at the base. Shortly after Kay was born, the family moved back to North Carolina where Kay was raised and went to school. Kay is single and still lives in Rutherfordton, North Carolina, close to her family

She looked like a ragged, storm-drenched urchin, but from the moment Serena Smyth appeared on his Seattle doorstep, Richard Patrick Merlin recognized the spark behind her green eyes.

She looked like a ragged, storm-drenched urchin, but from the moment Serena Smyth appeared on his Seattle doorstep, Richard Patrick Merlin recognized the spark behind her green eyes. Serena had crossed a country to find him, guided by her determination to become a master wizard. She knew he could be her teacher-but she never expected the charismatic, seductive power that was Merlin's. Nor had she dreamed of the fire he ignited in her body and soul, a flame that burned even hotter than the powerful talent she possessed but did not yet understand.

Kay Hooper is the award-winning author of Sense of Evil, Touching Evil, Whisper of Evil, Once a Thief, Always a Thief, the Shadows trilogy, and more. Библиографические данные. The Wizard of Seattle.

She looked like a ragged, storm-drenched urchin, but from the moment Serena Smyth appeared on his Seattle doorstep, Richard Patrick Merlin recognized the spark behind her green eyes. Serena had crossed a country to find him, guided by her determination to become a master wizard. She knew he could be her teacher—but she never expected the charismatic, seductive power that was Merlin's. Nor had she dreamed of the fire he ignited in her body and soul, a flame that burned even hotter than the powerful talent she possessed but did not yet understand. Their love forbidden by an ancient law, Serena and Richard will take a desperate gamble and travel to a long-lost world to change the history that threatens to separate them. But they risk being torn apart forever, destroyed by a cursed land...and their own fierce desires.
Kifer
I've been a fan of Kay Hooper's storytelling since discovering her via my Loveswept subscription. I don't care for thrillers, so I was pleased to find some recent work of hers outside that genre.
The cover blurb, etc., does not really prepare you for the story. It is not so much about two people drawn over the bounds in modern Seattle as an exploration of the past. The major and most important part of the book is a trip by the lead characters into ancient days in order to try to change the world into which they were born to make the heroine's survival possible. The greater journey, though, is into the heart and mind of the hero as he discovers that it is not an ancient law but a long-cultivated flaw in wizards that is the true barrier in their romance.
Character is all in romances, and in this one you get a dandy assortment, complete with a secondary romance couple and even major antagonists you can come to understand (if still dislike). On top of this, add a charming visualization of magic and perfect atmosphere in the exotic sections where the implications of the culture are well followed-out. Combined with Kay Hooper's storytelling and pace and a hero and heroine whose obstacles are not in the least contrived (none of this "one sensible question would solve everything" stuff), you are in for a fine read. I meant to stretch this out, but wound up gobbling it up the first evening.
Why only four stars, then? Say I'm being mean because I expect a great deal from an author with this much talent. The characters are somewhat stereotyped, a common failing of the genre. I don't know if the heroine is rash because she's redheaded or redheaded because she's rash, but I'm tired of hair color and personality being so tied together. I'm also way tired of blue-eyed blondes and green-eyed redheads. Every natural redhead I've known had usually brown or occasionally blue eyes. The only green eyes I've seen were on brunettes. But when was the last time you read a redheaded heroine in a romance who didn't have green eyes?
The ending, I'm sure, will not be quite what you expect, either in Seattle or out of it. It's worth the money: indulge yourself in a good read.
YSOP
I really enjoyed this book. My paperback copy is pretty worn from repeat readings so it was great to find it for my Kindle. Wonderful strong characters and a very well thought-out story makes for an enjoyable read. I love fantasy and this book has been a favorite for years.
Kajikus
This is a book that keeps me coming back to read it again and again. Kay Hooper writes an engaging story. This the first book of hers that I ever read and it lead me to her fantastic FBI series! Great all the way round.
Kaim
I've read this book tons of times. It's one that you can read over and over again and still find new things. It's a great author and a great book. Highly recommend.
Molotok
Over the years I've read this book 3 times. Can't pinpoint why I like reading it again but every 4
-5 Years I read it.
RUL
This is the first book I have read by Kay Hooper. I loved it. Merlin Serena are wonderful. I am so looking forward to reading more of Me Hooper's books
Sennnel
I had understood it was a book suited for young adults but I would not recommend it for them. A bit too much sex. It did have a great unusual plot with interesting characters. Kay Hooper is one of my favorite authors. I have never read a bad book by her.
This was a total departure from her usual style when the story was written. It is not a new book but is one of my old favorites so I was happy to get it for my Kindle. It still has the old Kate Hooper sense of humor plus more depth than her romances.
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