Praised for her blend of "action, suspense, and...erotically charged romance" (Booklist), New York Times bestselling author Christine Feehan presents the story of Sarah, the eldest of the extraordianary- and magical- Drake sisters, now rewritten and expanded, in this very special collector's edition...
"Sarah's coming home." Ever since Damon Wilder sought refuge in Sea Haven, he's heard the same breathless rumor pass the lips of nearly every local in the sleepy coastal town. Even the wind seems to whisper her name - a reverie so powerfully suggestive that it carries the curious Damon to Sarah's clifftop home, and seeks to shelter him there.
But Damon has not arrived alone. Two men have tracked him to Sea Haven, and into the shadows of Drake House, where Sarah hides her own secrets. And danger- as well as a desire more urgent than either has ever known- is just a whisper away...
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Release Date: October 2005
Number of Pages: 103 pages
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~AUTHORS NOTES ~
I have to admit this was a book of the heart. Seven sisters interacting, all magical and capable of extraordinary things. A town filled with wonderful people seen, first through the eyes of a stranger who can't accept them, and then seen through the eyes of one who loves them for all their differences. This is book of magic, of love and tolerance….well, with a bit of suspense and action thrown because that's the way my mind works!!!!
PLEASE NOTE: This is a re-issue short story. It was originally released in an anthology called Lover Beware. The new version of Magic in the Wind includes a new bonus chapter that was never before released!
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~MAGIC IN THE WIND REVIEWS~
by Carol Carter
A departure from Christine Feehan's 'dark side', this short
story isn't about vampires and doesn't have a gothic flavor.
It introduces some of the seven sisters with special magical
talents. They are a delight, and like sisters all over the
world, they love to tease and are extremely protective of
those they love. Ms. Feehan's words portray this love in a
thread throughout her novella. Her tale holds humor, adventure,
suspense, and sensual romance. I only wish this had been a
full novel….. Yes, there is not only MAGIC IN THE WIND, there
is magic in Christine Feehan's pen.
by Janice Bennett
Magic in the Wind is
provided by popular best selling author Christine Feehan,
and was a delightfully fresh and entertaining read. When Sarah
and Damon meet, magic seems to happen, and he finds himself
drawn to her. But then danger from his past comes calling...
I happily anticipate more stories from this talented author
featuring Sarah's other magical sisters . The sense of family
and caring was beautiful, the magic was wonderful, and I want
by Harriet Klausner
Posted June 23, 2003
"Military defense systems expert Damon
hides from the threats to his life. In his new town, he hears
strange whispers about his neighbor Sarah, her "sisters" and
their otherworldly powers. Damon and Sarah instantly fall
in love with one another. When his adversaries find him, Damon
and Sarah try to keep each other safe. This strong story needs
novels starring Sarah's siblings.
by Nichole Keeton
Old Book Barn Gazette
Posted June 20, 2003
MAGIC IN THE WIND by Christine Feehan is the story of Damon
Wilder, injured, burnt-out and retired scientist who once
worked for the defense department, and Sarah Drake, eldest
of seven Drake daughters and local legend. Sarah returns to
her hometown on the wings of the rumors of her coming. Trouble
follows her, but it's not her trouble. She's been retained
to protect Damon from the people who previously injured him,
to try to halt the shadow of death that rides him. However,
once she meets him, it becomes obvious that while she may
be his defender, he is her fate. I thoroughly enjoyed this
story and really hope that it's the beginning of another series
by this excellent (and, thankfully, prolific) author. The
secondary characters, especially Sarah's sisters, are just
as fascinating as the main characters