Magic of the Loch by Karen Michelle Nutt

Magic of the Loch by Karen Michelle NuttMichaela Grant was suffering from a brain aneurysm and decided to visit Scotland on what would probably be her last vacation. Following the advice of her landlady, Michaela went down to the pier to hire a boat that would take her to the middle of the loch, hopefully to see the Loch Ness Monster. Surprised that there was only one boat, Michaela decided to forge ahead and hope the owner would take her anyway. Her first impression of Alan MacLachlin was unfavorable, although she found him extraordinarily handsome. His brother, Hyatt, was much more polite and friendly, and Michaela agreed to go out on the boat with the brothers.

Alan MacLachlin was a cursed man. Doomed to spend only fifteen years on land, his only hope was to find and wed his soul mate, or he would face another fifty years in the loch. His instant attraction to Michaela frightened him and he worried that she would not find him worthy. How could a man tell a woman that he was a shape-shifter bound to the loch?

I enjoyed Michaela’s courage in traveling to Scotland alone, especially since she knew she could die at any time. Hyatt was a likeable character, content with who and what he was, while Alan was restless and searching, trying to change his circumstances. The storyline was fascinating, and I liked the description of Drumnadroicht and the townspeople. I was captivated by Magic of the Loch and could not put the book down. This is a must-read for all true romantics.

Book Stats:

  • Paperback: 372 pages
  • Publisher: The Wild Rose Press, Inc. (Faery Rose) (July 15, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 161217292X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1612172927

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Michaela Grant was suffering from a brain aneurysm and decided to visit Scotland on what would probably be her last vacation. Following the advice of her landlady, Michaela went down to the pier to hire a boat that would take her to the middle of the loch, hopefully to see the Loch Ness Monster. Surprised …

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About Mary

My name is Mary, and I’m a serious book junkie, with a large personal collection of reading material. I’m fascinated by ghosts, the paranormal, and true crime stories. I love discovering the possibilities in the next world and am curious about the reasons people do what they do in this one. I’ve been reading since the age of 3, and always have a book or two or three going. I’m an elementary school substitute teacher, and I always have a book or two in my “bag of tricks”. My new favorite is “Frog in a Bog”. My husband and daughter do not share my passion for books, and secretly think I’ve gone over the top with my collecting and reading habits, but I firmly believe there are worse habits I could have!

One comment

  1. Mary,

    Thank you so much for the lovely review! Can you see my big grin from here? lol
    I’m thrilled you loved the tale!

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