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It's Just Magic! (The O'Byrne Daughters #2)

4.62 of 5 stars 4.62  ·  rating details  ·  8 ratings  ·  3 reviews
The daughters of Keegan and Aine O'Byrne had been appointed to their Aunt Caryn for guardianship when their mother had died, but their mother Aine, had not known that her sister delved into the dark sorceries. The sisters were determined to regain their freedom, so they united to stand against their aunt. A battle ensued. It had been Caryn's own darkness that had finally d ...more
Paperback, 248 pages
Published February 5th 2010 by Fayne Artists (first published February 1st 2010)
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It's Just Magic is part two of the O'Bryne Daughters series. I enjoyed it, but to a lesser degree than it's prequel Budding Magic. I say to a lesser degree because there is so much recap in this book. I don't mind a dozen or so pages at the beginning of a sequel to bring the reader back up to speed, but in It's Just Magic theses reviews run the course of the whole book. Even in the last chapter one finds, "Calley-Cat had...." and a quick rundown of what good old magical Cally-Cat did in book one ...more
L.S. Fayne
It’s Just Magic is very tied up with the first book of the series, Budding Magic. It simply got too big and had to be separated. This book answers questions, and continues the adventures of the first book. The sisters grow stronger and more resilient. They become not just sisters, but also friends. The magic continues.
Darrel Smith
I really liked this book. I liked the girls taking charge and getting free of their evil aunt. These books have so much going on. There's no chance to be bored. This book answers questions that weren't quite answered in book one. It makes the story very complete.
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