It Might Be Magic

It Might Be Magic Life s been a struggle for Spencer Sawyer lately He s had to downsize the comic book shop he inherited his boyfriend left him for a exciting life in London something s been frightening tourists and

  • Title: It Might Be Magic
  • Author: CarolynGray
  • ISBN: 9781611243826
  • Page: 191
  • Format: ebook
  • Life s been a struggle for Spencer Sawyer lately He s had to downsize the comic book shop he inherited, his boyfriend left him for a exciting life in London, something s been frightening tourists and locals alike, and now there are rumors of a new comic book mega store moving into Cardiff And there s one other thing just like his favorite comic book heroes, SpencerLife s been a struggle for Spencer Sawyer lately He s had to downsize the comic book shop he inherited, his boyfriend left him for a exciting life in London, something s been frightening tourists and locals alike, and now there are rumors of a new comic book mega store moving into Cardiff And there s one other thing just like his favorite comic book heroes, Spencer can move objects with his mind He doesn t know whether to don a cape or check himself into a psych hospital But he s no superhero, just an average guy with a lot of problems, and the biggest one of all is named Jamie Salinger Heir to a comic book empire, Jamie Salinger s cutthroat reputation has long been the most important thing in his life But if asked if he was happy, he would have to say no With a new store to open, the demands from his father and local competition to crush, who has time for happiness, anyway Not him At least he thought not, until a chance encounter one magical, rainy night shows him possibilities he d never imagined The only problem His new hero, Spencer Sawyer, turns out to be the very person he s come to Cardiff to destroy Jamie s brief chance at happiness is over, unless he can convince Spencer that, together, they can create a magic to conquer all

    One thought on “It Might Be Magic”

    1. This has to be a Merthur fanfic. The similarities are too profound. Having said that I love Merthur stories and the author has tried to write an interesting tale but I felt she didn't quite get there. Spencer had some TSTL moments especially in the beginning that turned me off. There were many plot points which I didn't find credible (view spoiler)[e.g. that Spencer didn't know that Jamie and OneKnightStand were one and the same (hide spoiler)]. And the magic storyline seemed totally disconnecte [...]

    2. You've got Mail mixed with magic and a knight. I nearly stopped reading in the middle but persevered. Yay, me! There's too much going on in the book that it seems tedious to read. I would have loved this based on the concept of incorporating magic and paranormal but it fell apart somewhere in the middle.

    3. I can't believe that i actually think something is underrated on , but this book definitely is. The book finds our hero Spenser, whom I loved as a character even if he was a little mopey and not very curious, trying to keep his small comic business alive, a feat complicated by our other hero Jamie's opening of a major brand comic shop in the same area. This book had a small business woes story with the love/hate relationship interlaced without, but then also had this fairly bizarre undercurrent [...]

    4. 2.5 starsI am not happy with this book. While I didn’t hate it, I definitely did not enjoy it that much.The story follows Spencer and Jamie. Both men are in the business of comics and to make a long story short this is quite a replica of “You Got Mail” with Spencer having the role of Meg Ryan, the small comic-shop owner here, and Jamie being the big, bad, chain store owner. And by replica I mean it, we got the “It’s not personal, it’s business” quotes, and the talking in e-mail par [...]

    5. This plot was very contrived and the constant barrage of cliches are what killed any interest in the story for me. None of the pieces of the story seem to fit properly together, and even the conversations don't fit quite right. It's as if the author revised after the first draft but after changing some parts of the writing, didn't bother to do another read through to make sure the conversations still flowed. Conversation threads are dropped, and topics seem to do a knee-jerk 90 degree turn.Overa [...]

    6. I sort of like this book, but for whatever reason, I couldn't get attached to the characters. I nearly stopped reading half way through, but plodded on to the end. For a reasonable length novel, there wasn't much of a storyline.

    7. I liked this. Something I would not normally read, but I am expanding my wings WAS Lillian a guardian angel of sorts?Does love win? Read!

    8. I love this story and the characters. The way the plot progressed was interesting and had just the right element of mystery. There were some technical errors that the editor should have caught.

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