That Touch of Magic

That Touch of Magic

By Lucy March

St. Martin's Press, Mass Market Paperbound, 9780312389383, 310pp.

Publication Date: January 28, 2014


"Fresh and funny, warm and sexy. I can't wait for more."--Susan Elizabeth Phillips," New York Times" bestselling author on "A Little Night Magic"

Stacy Easter has seen better days. Being a librarian is a labor of love--if only paying her bills were half as much fun. What's a single, bookish beauty in sleepy Nodaway Falls, New York, supposed to do?

"Delightful."--"RT Book Reviews"

To make ends meet, Stacy decides to develop her special powers. Everyone can use a touch of magic now and then, right? Soon she's got clients lining up to receive her signature potions--until a few of them go awry. Meanwhile, her own life has just taken a storybook turn: Leo North, the official One Who Got Away, is back in town. Stacy's best friends Peach and Liv are more concerned about the state of her heart than the side effects of a few rogue magic spells. But someone with dark intentions is crossing magical wires all over Nodaway Falls, and those closest to Stacy are at risk. Can Stacy conjure up a way out of this mess with her life--and maybe even her love life--intact?

"The down-to-earth humor and humanity of a fiercely loyal and likable clique of smalltowners will] keep new fans waiting for March's next trick."--"Publishers Weekly.

About the Author
Lucy March is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author. In 2010, she started writing her popular blog, A Year and Change, which documented the last fifteen months before her fortieth birthday. On her blog, Lucy worked through personal issues involving her divorce, her sense of self-worth, and her mother; she developed a following that eventually became the Betties, and occasionally opined on things like dieting, the writing process and vajazzling. Now, she is happily remarried and lives with her husband, her two young daughters and her best friend on a river in Southern Ohio, and life is pretty damn good. Her books include "A Little Night Magic "and "That Touch of Magic".

Praise For That Touch of Magic

Praise for A Little Night Magic


“Readers will find themselves charmed by the quirky inhabitants of Nodaway Falls....March’s story is original, funny.”—Kirkus Reviews


“Chick lit embraces the supernatural in this sweet, funny…tale of self-discovery, friendship, and trust…It’s the down-to-earth humor and humanity of a fiercely loyal and likable clique of smalltowners who’ll keep new fans waiting for March’s next trick.”—Publishers Weekly


“This contemporary tale, a blend of witty dialogue, quirky characters, and strong storytelling, is one delightful read.”—RT Book Reviews


“Filled with surprising twists and exciting turns, March’s debut is positively magical.”—Booklist


“Lucy March’s writing is delightful and delicious. In the vast realm of all things paranormal, A Little Night Magic is like rain on a scorched desert: welcome and nurturing. What a wonderful treat. Every word I devoured had me craving more. Tobias and Olivia’s journey was touching, magical, and utterly romantic. I cannot recommend this book enough. Lucy March is destined to be a superstar. ”—Darynda Jones, author of Fifth Grave Past the Light


“Lucy March’s novels have it all; they’re sexy, funny, heartfelt, and warm, full of characters you want to eat waffles with and strange little towns you want to visit, all seasoned with dash of the supernatural. Lucy March is sublime!”—Jennifer Crusie, author of Maybe This Time


“Waffles, love, and magic. A Little Night Magic serves them up perfectly: warm, dusted with fun, and dripping with amaretto pecan caramel sauce. Keep your eye on Lucy March.”—Samantha Sotto, author of Before Ever After


“Fresh and funny, warm and sexy. I can’t wait for more books from Lucy March.”—Susan Elizabeth Phillips, author of The Great Escape