The Magic Between Us



[PDF / Epub] ☁ The Magic Between Us By Tammy Falkner – E17streets4all.co.uk When These Worlds CollideCecelia Hewitt has lived her whole life in the land of the fae, and she dreams of a future with her childhood sweetheart, Marcus Thorne When Marcus is called upon to dwell in When These Worlds CollideCecelia Hewitt has lived her whole life in the The Magic Epub / land of the fae, and she dreams of a future with her childhood sweetheart, Marcus Thorne When Marcus is called upon to dwell in the human world, it means leaving Cecelia behind and breaking both their heartsMore Than Sparks May FlyMarcus was groomed for leadership in the land of the fae, but now that he has found his human parents, he will inherit his father s title and position in the British ton and he will marry a human As love and passion continue to burn between Cecelia and Marcus, the question remains Can two people fated for different worlds find one to share.The Magic Between Us

Tammy Falkner lives on a farm in a lovely, sprawling little town The Magic Epub / in rural NC with her beekeeper husband and a house full of boys, a few dogs, and a cat or two or five who has time to count As half of the Lydia Dare team, she has co written ten books, including the Westfield Wolves series and the Gentlemen Vampyre series A huge fan of Regency England, she often wonders what other kinds of magical, mythical and strange creatures might live and interact within the ton Exploring the theory that the fae can walk between Regency England and their own land, Tammy spends as much time as possible with the lords and ladies of society, horse drawn carriages, and elegant balls Now add to that some faeries, a little murder, a bit of mayhem, and a troublesome garden gnome, and you have her exciting new series She hopes you enjoys her world as much as she doesAlso writes asLydia Dare.

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    The Magic Between Us PDF Þ The Magic Epub / world, it means leaving Cecelia behind and breaking both their heartsMore Than Sparks May FlyMarcus was groomed for leadership in the land of the fae, but now that he has found his human parents, he will inherit his father s title and position in the British ton and he will marry a human As love and passion continue to burn between Cecelia and Marcus, the question remains Can two people fated for different worlds find one to share."/>
  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 313 pages
  • The Magic Between Us
  • Tammy Falkner
  • English
  • 13 September 2018
  • 1402268181

10 thoughts on “The Magic Between Us

  1. says:

    Since I binged read this three book series back to back via my Kindle Unlimited subscription, this is not an ARC review, folks Just know each one can be considered a stand alone but are linked to a series with the same sub characters and ongoing backdrop plot involving an at times mostly referenced bad guy and back and forth travel from London to the magical world of Fae That wicked fella took center stageso in book 2 than the others So, yeah, likely a good idea to read them in order if Since I binged read this three book series back to back via my Kindle Unlimited subscription, this is not an ARC review, folks Just know each one can be considered a stand alone but are linked to a series with the same sub characters and ongoing backdrop plot involving an at times mostly referenced bad guy and back and forth travel from London to the magical world of Fae That wicked fella took center stageso in book 2 than the others So, yeah, likely a good idea to read them in order if you are interested in a detailed scoop of the story line full history of all of them.Anyway, it s a childhood sweethearts to briefly estranged then to passionate lovers Marcus mucks them up with a knee jerk decision that ripped them apart and Cece, the heroine, does make him jump through hoops to make up for it It was sweet to find they have always been sweet on each other to the point they kept their innocence and didn t want anyone else ever Cece was a knucklehead, too, for not asking for help with a family issue Thankfully, this posse of friends and family are used to banding together and tackling problems head on They at least collectively are not a bunch of hand wringers, folks I must say I enjoyed book 1 the most due to the romantic dance, back and forth banter between that particular main couple Steamy smex scenes on and off steam rolled over the plot in book 2 and did so in book 3, as well To the point I found myself thinking, Good grief, they are at it again I just got a little tired of the numerous, started to feel redundant, descriptive, lengthy, lusty smex scenes once they started to patch things up For me, the true magic happens in the emotional connection of my main couples At least it was well established they had that going on, as well I personally don t need such descriptive images in my head of their smexy time together.Mature content 18 adult readers only These comments are based on a Kindle Unlimited edition This is not a detailed ARC review I was not compensated in any manner for these comments

  2. says:

    Light, sweet, magical, and romantic, The Magic Between Us was a lovely read It was wonderful and I really enjoyed reading it Loved this book Cecelia was a wonderful heroine She holds a grudge against Marcus for leaving her and that might have bothered me, but she knew when to forgive She was a sweet, likable character The only thing I questioned about her was why she didn t tell Marcus of her problems at home before He would have helped her if she had let him Otherwise, I really liked her Light, sweet, magical, and romantic, The Magic Between Us was a lovely read It was wonderful and I really enjoyed reading it Loved this book Cecelia was a wonderful heroine She holds a grudge against Marcus for leaving her and that might have bothered me, but she knew when to forgive She was a sweet, likable character The only thing I questioned about her was why she didn t tell Marcus of her problems at home before He would have helped her if she had let him Otherwise, I really liked her.Marcus was such a sweetheart He originally leaves the fae world and Cecelia because he believes he needs to earn his family s acceptance But, even so, he was still completely devoted to Cecelia He was so sweet and wonderful and I adored him.The romance was lovely Cecelia and Marcus were so sweet together They had been in love with each other for years until Marcus duty as a titled lord tore them apart But, they were still a perfect match And, there was definitely some hot chemistry between them What I liked about that part of their romance was that both of them had saved themselves for each other Yes, that means Marcus was a virgin, as well I thought that was really sweet In most historical romance, even if the hero isn t a rake, he s still experienced But, in this one, since Marcus was in love with Cecelia for most of his life, he wasn t interested in any other woman It made their relationship even sweeter But, make no mistake, what they lack in experience, they make up for in enthusiasm.I really liked the secondary romance between Ainsley and Allen I thought they were both great characters and the romance between them was very sweet.The plot was fast paced I was hooked the entire way through I really enjoyed the story and I thought the ending was perfect.The Magic Between Us was a lovely historical paranormal romance I loved this book It was sweet, light, and full of magic and romance Lovers of romance, this is a book you have to read I received a free copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review

  3. says:

    THE MAGIC BETWEEN USTammy Faulkner Lighthearted entertainment sprinkled with magic, romance, and a touch of danger. This is the story of Marcus Thorne and Cecelia Hewitt Readers met Marcus in the two previous books of the series when he came from the world of fae on an important mission in human world of Regency England.The Magic Between Us is lighthearted entertaining story sprinkled with magic, romance, and a touch of danger It s a story that makes you laugh and sigh I love the strong fam THE MAGIC BETWEEN USTammy Faulkner Lighthearted entertainment sprinkled with magic, romance, and a touch of danger. This is the story of Marcus Thorne and Cecelia Hewitt Readers met Marcus in the two previous books of the series when he came from the world of fae on an important mission in human world of Regency England.The Magic Between Us is lighthearted entertaining story sprinkled with magic, romance, and a touch of danger It s a story that makes you laugh and sigh I love the strong family dynamics in all of Tammy Faulkner s stories and the realistic teasing and squabbles The fae series has been fun to read I ve enjoyed Thorne family and each member has a particular magical ability While there is a lot of laughter and high jinks in The Magic Between Us the author skillfully deals with a serious issue of addiction and it s emotional impact on a family If you enjoy magic, a good romance, endearing characters, and laughter, The Magic Between Us really, the whole series is the perfect book to curl up with this winter Well worth reading

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    The synopsis on this book is currently wrong Please look on either B N orfor the correct one.My heart broke reading how Cecelia lost her childhood sweetheart and true love to his family duty Her life went from happy, with a promising future to being trapped in a horrible home life Not that Marcus is less miserable He loves Celia and is torn by his need to do what it right by his family A family he had not always know, but loves just the same When the two cross paths again, wounds a The synopsis on this book is currently wrong Please look on either BN orfor the correct one.My heart broke reading how Cecelia lost her childhood sweetheart and true love to his family duty Her life went from happy, with a promising future to being trapped in a horrible home life Not that Marcus is less miserable He loves Celia and is torn by his need to do what it right by his family A family he had not always know, but loves just the same When the two cross paths again, wounds are reopened and their love reignited Both Marcus and Cecelia are loyal, loving, and someone you would want to meet in real life I really enjoyed their story and the sweet love they shared Not that the heat is missing, so have no fears there.I love all things fae and when I saw this book I knew I had to read it At the time, I did not realize it was part of a series and that I had not read the first two books Thankfully, this read beautifully as a stand alone While I am sure I probably missed quite a bit by starting here, it did not interfere with my enjoyment of the book Funny thing is that not too long ago I did this it was with a shifter series that really tickled my fancy In fact, as I was reading this I thought of that series because they are both historicals It was not untilthen half way through that it clicked that Tammy Falkner is AKA Lydia Dare, the author of those books That made me chuckle If you like fae, magical historicals and super sweet romances with some heat, this book is probably just the book for you

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    I loved this book couldn t put it down Marcus Cecelia have knowned each other since they were kids, but as time went by they fell in love and always talked about their future together One day Marcus told her that he needed to go to the human world to help his father and just left her there with a broken heart Cecelia was asked to go to the human world along with other fea to help Marcus s family Marcus tried to explain to Cecelia that he made a mistake by leaving her and that he wants her I loved this book couldn t put it down Marcus Cecelia have knowned each other since they were kids, but as time went by they fell in love and always talked about their future together One day Marcus told her that he needed to go to the human world to help his father and just left her there with a broken heart Cecelia was asked to go to the human world along with other fea to help Marcus s family Marcus tried to explain to Cecelia that he made a mistake by leaving her and that he wants her back, but Cecelia s broken heart was still hurting especially after what happened while he was gone and not being there to comfort her When Marcus and his whole family went back to the fea land he found out the truth about Cecelia s family and with the help from his brother s in law and his own father he was able to help Ceceilia s father

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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I received this ARC from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review I was about 1 3 of the way through The Magic Between Us before I really started questioning myself I first questioned if I was reading the wrong book because the description here on Goodreads is nothing like the plot that was unfolding I next questioned why I was reading it at all since I wasn t that impressed with the first two books of the series Unfortunately, in the end I questioned why this book had I received this ARC from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review I was about 1 3 of the way through The Magic Between Us before I really started questioning myself I first questioned if I was reading the wrong book because the description here on Goodreads is nothing like the plot that was unfolding I next questioned why I was reading it at all since I wasn t that impressed with the first two books of the series Unfortunately, in the end I questioned why this book had so many problems that the author didn t seem to notice.Marcus Thorne is the eldest son of a human Earl and a fairy godmother who were forced to give up three of their six children because they had were born with magic verses the three kids who lost out in the fairy gene pool Instead of learning from the mistakes of his parents and trying to bridge the gap between his mixed heritage, Marcus feels that he cannot have a life in the human world without foregoing his life as a Fae He makes the choice to leave everything behind in the Fae world, including his girlfriend Cecelia, and ends up being miserable trying to live up to his new role as heir to a father he barely knows and slightly resents On top of this he has usurped the heir apparent job from a slightly younger brother who isn t thrilled to learn he is no longer the oldest.Cecelia Hewitt s life back in the land of Fae isn t that much better after Marcus leaves her She nurses a broken heart not only for the man but for the future plans they had made together She also has to deal alone with an alcoholic and abusive father after her mother is killed in an accident in the human world Six months after her world fell apart she travels to London as a personal favor to Marcus s grandmother and quickly comes face to face with her lost love When he claims that he regrets leaving her behind and wishes reconciliation, Cecelia can t bring herself to trust that he won t leave her high and dry again She is also reluctant to leave her father behind when his drinking has reduced him to a shell of the noble Fae leader he used to be.As much as I hate to say it, this story was very weak Marcus and Cecelia are barely defined as characters and have only the sketchiest of backstories most of which you would have had to read the first two books to know I almost got the impression while reading that the author sort of gave up on these stories to focus on hersuccessful Contemporary books There is almost no plot other than Marcus wanting to prove to Cecelia that he really loves her while Cecelia has to resist because of what has happened to her father and her betrayal at Marcus leaving her once before Ms Falkner tried to bring in an old enemy from the previous books, but even that was a half attempt as he only comes back in the end and then is gone before he can do anything remotely evil The fairy world, all of the rules that govern it and even how the people are different from humans are mostly left up to the imagination of the reader with only small details added by the author Time wise the land of the Fae runs parallel to the human world, yet these people dress is fashion right out of the Gap summer catalog and speak as if they are contemporary Americans The human characters aren t much better so I would 100% say this is a wallpaper historical at its best or worst I sort of enjoyed the secondary romance of Marcus s human brother and Cecelia s fairy best friend however all of their romance happens in the background so they just sort of pop into the story when we need a snarky comment or a peer that Marcus of Cecelia can unload on This story will only appeal to readers who have a very high tolerance to historical inaccuracy and fill in the blank characterizations If you ve read the first two books you might be entertained seeing the final lost child find his place within the two worlds however new readers should probably steer clear Phoenix

  7. says:

    Tammy Falkner brings readers the third book in her paranormal historical romance series featuring the fae The Magic Between Us is essentially a Regency romance with a magical twist Though these elements may be the forefront there is also the underlying themes of rebuilding trust and the effects of addiction Falkner uses humor, as well as, some clever plot devices to get readers interested Her characters are tender and sweet in this one and have eyes only for each other A light, romantic rom Tammy Falkner brings readers the third book in her paranormal historical romance series featuring the fae The Magic Between Us is essentially a Regency romance with a magical twist Though these elements may be the forefront there is also the underlying themes of rebuilding trust and the effects of addiction Falkner uses humor, as well as, some clever plot devices to get readers interested Her characters are tender and sweet in this one and have eyes only for each other A light, romantic romp in the ton What I liked One of the things I enjoyed about this book was the relationship between the main couple, Marcus and Cecilia It was obvious that even though Marcus had left the fae world to pursue life as a Lord with his human family, he still loved Cecilia Cecilia was hurt by Marcus but she still harbors feelings for him, even though her trust in him has faltered That and family secrets try to keep these two apart, but in vain I liked the fact that Falkner takes a different route with these two Marcus isn t your typical English Lord He isn t a rake and he has saved himself for the woman he loves, a rare trait Cecilia is dealing with a terrible secret and doesn t want it to affect others she loves A very interesting lead couple, not your average Regency story to be sure The fae elements in this book, were well written, though perhaps not exactly the interpretation of the fae that I am used to Being of Scottish descent I know a thing or two about the fae from the stories of my grandfather and I wasn t quite sure I agreed with how these fae characters were reacting to the situations Falker placed them in, until I decided to throw my pre conceived ideas out the window That s generally what I have to do when reading paranormal books and it worked for me here as well After I got over that hurdle, I began to look at the fae in a different way and though it was different it certainly worked for this book and for the series, which I have really enjoyed.I always enjoy paranormal elements being injected into historical romance It adds another dimension to the story that may have otherwise been run of the mill Falker does a great job of balancing these elements against the romantic aspects of the book She uses a lot of humor and some pretty hefty topics like addiction to pull that off I thought she did an excellent job of showing the effects of addiction on families in this one.I liked the secondary romance between Ainsley and Allen as well It wasn t quite as sappy as Marcus and Cecilia and gave readers another romantic couple even though they were technically in the background of the story All of the characters were well drawn and their stories were important to the overall theme of the book If a person were reading this one as a standalone there may have been a bit of confusion here and there with some of the backstories, but I don t think it was enough to overshadow the book.What I didn t like This is just a personal thing and not something the author did wrong I liked the main characters, but they were a bit too sappy for me They were all love and roses in regard to each other The conflict of the story was definitely external They were just too sweet LOL what a criticism I just wanted at least one of them to have a littlebite to their character

  8. says:

    The Magic Between Us is the third book in the Faerie romance series by Tammy Falkner I have not read the two previous books, and aside from some secondary plot moments I do not feel that the lack affected my read Marcus Thorne was groomed to be one of the Trusted Few in the land of the fae, but must step into his father s title in the British ton In doing so he leaves behind his first love Cecelia Hewitt, isthan a little upset with Marcus for leaving her behind The situation is made w The Magic Between Us is the third book in the Faerie romance series by Tammy Falkner I have not read the two previous books, and aside from some secondary plot moments I do not feel that the lack affected my read Marcus Thorne was groomed to be one of the Trusted Few in the land of the fae, but must step into his father s title in the British ton In doing so he leaves behind his first love Cecelia Hewitt, isthan a little upset with Marcus for leaving her behind The situation is made worse that in the six months Marcus has been gone her mother has passed away and her father has become increasingly troubled When situations bring them together again Marcus realizes that he has made a mistake and needs to reconcile with Cecelia But will she be able to trust him again, and will they find a compromise that works for both of them, and their families I am not quite sure where to start with The Magic Between Us Part of the problem lies in the fact that the book is nothing like the description on Goodreads, but does match the description onI thought that both Cecelia and Marcus could have been fleshed out a little , although I am sure readers of the entire series have a slightly fuller understanding of Marcus than newcomers On the plus side, Cecelia and Marcus really did seem to be made for each other, and his interfering family was fun I liked that Cecelia made him work for reconciliation, for the most part, and had her own plans rather than completely relying on others Their interactions were fun and flirtatious I did think that the resolution with her father was a bit lacking that a person with as much strength and integrity as Cecilia would have gotten help before this book even began.I thought that The Magic Between Us was a quick read that could keep readers entertained on a snowy winters night I would recommend it to those that have read the previous two books in the series so that they could see the end to the larger story arch If you see the book on the bargain shelf or at the library, it could make for a fun night s reading However, it is not a book that I would recommend seeking out

  9. says:

    Posted on What I m ReadingI finished The Magic Between Us by Tammy Falkner, which happens to be the third Faerie book In The Magic Between Us, we focus our attention on Marcus Thorne If you have read the previous books you would remember Marcus as the older brother of Sophia and Claire Anyway, Marcus is trying figure out what to do Now that his parents remember him and his sisters, he feels like he needs to choose which land he wants to live in The choice to live among the faeries or to be Posted on What I m ReadingI finished The Magic Between Us by Tammy Falkner, which happens to be the third Faerie book In The Magic Between Us, we focus our attention on Marcus Thorne If you have read the previous books you would remember Marcus as the older brother of Sophia and Claire Anyway, Marcus is trying figure out what to do Now that his parents remember him and his sisters, he feels like he needs to choose which land he wants to live in The choice to live among the faeries or to be the heir in his parents land He believes he needs to live among the humans, so decides to leave everything has known behind even the girl he loves Yes, I know bonehead move Cecelia Hewitt is heart broken with Marcus decision, but that s not the only problem she s facing after Marcus left All right, I completely understand why Marcus felt like he needed to make a rash decision on where he should reside Plus, it all stems from the unpardonable rules mention in the first book However, he felt miserable without Cecelia Now he s going to try to win Cecelia back no matter Cecelia has felt empty ever since Marcus left, but she s afraid to trust him with her heart again Looks like an uphill battle for Marcus Overall, I enjoyed the story I love Marcus s inner conflict He wants to stay in faerie world, but feels needs to be loyal to his parents that he just found However, I m glad he found balance in his life and Cecelia was the key to the balance I like how the problem with Lord Mayden was solved Now reading all the books it s possible to read them out of order, but I wouldn t advise it Mostly because of Lord Mayden s villainous acts in the previous book kind of build to the ending of this book So, if you looking for stories about faeries set in regency era, you might give The Magic Between Us a try Maybe the other books too.Copy provided by Sourcebooks via NetGalley

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    I gave this a B at AAR, so 3.5 stars At first glance, The Magic Between Us looks like one of those books that could go one of two ways It could end up being a cute, sweet story or saccharine enough to make a reader s teeth hurt Thankfully, readers will find a lotof the former in this tale of star crossed lovers caught between Regency England and the land of the Fae.Cecelia Hewitt has grown up in the land of the fae expecting that she would marry Marcus Thorne, her childhood sweetheart I gave this a B at AAR, so 3.5 stars At first glance, The Magic Between Us looks like one of those books that could go one of two ways It could end up being a cute, sweet story or saccharine enough to make a reader s teeth hurt Thankfully, readers will find a lotof the former in this tale of star crossed lovers caught between Regency England and the land of the Fae.Cecelia Hewitt has grown up in the land of the fae expecting that she would marry Marcus Thorne, her childhood sweetheart However, we soon learn that Marcus is only part fae, and he has a mother and father in the human world Even worse for Cecelia, Marcus is the oldest son of an aristocrat in that world and so he must take up the responsibilities of his position and produce an heir Ahumanheir The book opens with Marcus bidding farewell to Cecelia in a scene that convinces readers of Cecelia s heartbreak.Six months later, Marcus and Cecelia meet oncein the human world This time around, Cecelia has been sent on a mission and it is there that her path crosses with Marcus onceNot surprisingly, she still feels very hurt over Marcus leaving as abruptly as he did Not long after seeing Cecelia again for the first time, Marcus begins to realize just what he has given up However, his sense of duty to his human family and his lingering love for Cecelia fight with each other in his mind and he just does not see how things can work out between the two of them.Given the rules of the human world and the land of the Fae, the tension between Marcus and Cecelia feels believable I thought Cecelia was a little quick to forgive Marcus, but given that the author makes it clear she never stopped loving him, I could accept it The fact that Marcus and Cecelia make an endearing couple probably went a long way toward that, as I enjoyed seeing the two of them together This is a partial review You can find the complete text at All About Romance

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