A Lost Touch of Magic by Amy Tolnitch
Book Four in the Lost Touch Series

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Veiled by the mists of the highlands are tales of beautiful, magical, and sometimes dangerous worlds. One such realm, Paroseea, dwells hidden within the stone walls of a medieval fortress, Castle MacCoinneach. Yet danger has escaped paradise and stalks the halls of Castle MacCoinneach seeking vengeance, patiently waiting for the return of the fallen laird. You must return. Those words, uttered by the ghost of Padruig MacCoinneach’s beloved sister, send him back to the highlands and a life he forswore. To save his remaining sister and aid his clan, Padruig will do anything. He never expected that he would have to marry his ally’s daughter, whom he deems both a reckless child and a potent temptation. You are the price. With these callous words, Padruig destroys a fantasy Aimili de Grantham has long nurtured, created from her memories of Padruig himself. A cool, dismissive stranger has replaced the golden man of her dreams, a stranger she must wed. Worse, the fey part of her senses that evil lurks in the shadows of Castle MacCoinneach, and she has nowhere to turn. One true laird and one of fey blood. Strangers they may be, but Padruig and Aimili are destined to join together to defeat a force beyond their imaginings. It will take trust, faith, and most of all, love to save themselves, their clan, and discover . . . A Lost Touch of Magic. - See more at: http://medallionmediagroup.com/books/a-lost-touch-of-magic/#sthash.ip1J7R32.dpuf

About Amy Tolnitch

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Amy Tolnitch was a finalist for the Romance Writers of America's Golden Heart Award and has won or been nominated in more than 20 other contests. She is the author of the Lost Touch series, which includes A Lost Touch of Bliss, A Lost Touch of Innocence, and A Lost Touch of Paradise. She lives in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Published December 1, 2008 by Medallion Press. 475 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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