Midsummer Magic (Magic Trilogy #1) (Mass Market)

By Catherine Coulter

Berkley, 9780451209191, 416pp.

Publication Date: July 1, 2003

Other Editions of This Title:
Mass Market Paperback (10/1/1998)
MP3 CD (1/1/2013)
MP3 CD (6/30/2015)
Compact Disc (1/1/2013)
Compact Disc (6/30/2015)
MP3 CD (1/1/2012)
MP3 CD (5/6/2014)
Compact Disc (1/1/2012)
Pre-Recorded Audio Player (1/1/2012)

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First in the Magic Trilogy.

A clever, beautiful woman disguises herself as a mousy Scottish lass to keep the notoriously rakish Earl of Rothermere from marrying her, only to find she was chosen for that very reason. After the earl discards her, she sheds her dowdy facade to become London society's brightest star—rousing the ire and igniting the passions of her faithless husband. 

About the Author

Catherine Coulter is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the FBI Thrillers featuring husband and wife team Dillon Savich and Lacey Sherlock. She is also the author—with J. T. Ellison—of the Brit in the FBI series. She lives in Sausalito, California.

Praise For Midsummer Magic (Magic Trilogy #1)

"Her plots are like rich desserts - sinfully delicious and hard to pass up." - Atlanta Constitution
"Catherine Coulter romances readers." - Colorado Springs Gazette Telegraph

“A good storyteller…Coulter always keeps the pace brisk.”—Fort Worth Star-Telegram

“Ms. Coulter is a one-of-a-kind author who knows how to hook her readers and keep them coming back for more.”—The Best Reviews

“Coulter is excellent at portraying the romantic tension between her heroes and heroines, and she manages to write explicitly but beautifully about sex as well as love.”—Milwaukee Journal

“Coulter instinctively feeds our desire to believe in knights in shining armor and everlasting love—historical romance at its finest.”—BookReporter.com

“One of the genre’s great storytellers.”—Kansas City Star

“One of the masters of the genre.”—The Newark Star-Ledger

“Catherine Coulter is one of the best authors of exciting thrillers writing today.”—Midwest Book Review