March 8, 2008

Magic by Heart by Amy Gordon

Magic by Heart by Amy Gordon

Rating:I honestly don't know what to say other than the book was extremely bizarre but clean.

Belle and Sam have always wanted a child, but they weren't blessed enough to have one. But when Sam unknowingly saves a food magician from being attacked by extra large pigeons, she grants them their wish. Sam and Belle must both eat one artichoke each for the next year if they want to have their child. When their daughter Arietta of the Artichokes is born, they discover that she has the power to see into people's hearts. When she is kidnapped by a lonely magician, she must rely on the power of her animal friends and her magic artichoke cloak to save her.


Anonymous said...

I know another clean book that you might like to review. "Outcasts of Skagaray" by Andrew Clarke. To preview it, check website for sample chapters. It deals with two romances without crudity or explicit descriptions. It deals with suspense without gore or violence. It would be good to know what you think of it.

Alena said...

I would love to read it. Does anyone know where I can get a copy in the U.S?