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Earth Magic

3.21 of 5 stars 3.21  ·  rating details  ·  19 ratings  ·  3 reviews
A novella-length gentle love story.

Physically and mentally scarred after a terrible accident, Claire is trying to pull her life together. Bullied because of her appearance, she is saved by Jake, a young man with troubles of his own. In working with him in the garden he has created, Claire finds peace and a purpose in life, along with the first steps towards friendship and,
Kindle Edition, 119 pages
Published March 11th 2012
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Bernadette Robinson
Linda M.Priestley is a pseudonym for Linda Gruchy, whose usual stories are completely different to this gentle romance.

At just over a 100 pages this kindle only read was a freebie that I picked up. It's a little formulaic and a tad predictable but it's not badly written. I did notice that the story could have done with a little better proof reading as I noticed quite a few typos that could easily have been amended but that was my only niggle.

The story tells the tale of the blossoming relationshi
Linda M Priestly is also know as Linda Gruchy author of the gritty Death in Spiggs Wood. Even though that book has the word "wood" in the title, that's as close as it would get to this book that's full of flowers and weeds and vegetables and planting in an allotment.

Earth Magic is rather a magical tale of two young people who come across each other unexpectedly and help each other where they thought no one could help them. That sounds a bit soppy, but this story is not soppy at all. It's just lo
Kath Middleton
This short novel is set largely in and around an allotment - I've been a keen allotment holder for many years so it was familiar ground, you might say. The gardening lore was spot on. The story itself had the ups and downs, the will he, won't he, of a woman's magazine story; a little formulaic for my taste. Nonetheless, good triumphs and the story turns out well.

There was slack handful of typos but their presence didn't make the meaning unclear at all. I think many people would enjoy this story.
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