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Contemporary
Mostly Magic
By Myra Gabor
Apr 16, 2014 - 8:00:00 AM

MOSTLY MAGIC is about Dr Daniel Woodruff, who has the unique ability to dream of the future.  Soon, he realizes that his talent is expanding and that he can see the future of anyone he touches.  He has no control over his ability to see the terrible things that can happen to people.  This is what he calls seeing endings.  He responds to it physically with headaches and temporary blindness.


Mel Noblett is a reporter.  She is in Europe to interview a reluctant source, who decides he doesn’t want to talk about his employer producing and adding pollutants to honey.  Instead, she finds Daniel at a conference where he criticizes agro-chemical plants for producing insecticides that kill bees.

Mel, too, has a talent. She is an empath and can feel the emotions of those around her.  She is unique in that she can also project her emotions onto others.

Mel feels Daniel’s gentle strength.  Daniel regards Mel as a sprite, who brings light and laughter with her.  But Daniel is torn apart when he sees Mel’s possible futures.  However, as his spirit guide, Grandma Lily, tells him nothing is fixed.  Unless he can find a way to control his visions and his physical reactions to them, Daniel feels that he and Mel can have no future together.  At the same time, they must find a way to deal with their unique abilities while dodging assassins who are after Mel.

Ms Cooper deals with current problems in her books, such as genetic alteration of crops and bee colony collapse while being quite lyrical in her descriptions of Florence and Woodruff Mountain. Of course, she is best when dealing with love in its many aspects.

For those who love travel and adore being in love, I can recommend this book.

 

 



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