Niall MacGregor, a Scottish werewolf, used magic to steal Charlotte Carver’s memories to protect her. But as she begins to remember little things and their sizzling passion heats up, will temptation bring her closer to the truth? (Bookbub)
Magic, Mischief & Kilts! A modern-day Scottish paranormal romance by NYT Bestselling Author Michelle M. Pillow.
Charlotte Carver is going insane—suffering everything from memory loss to hallucinations, to phantom conversations she can’t recall having. Something tells her it’s not a coincidence that it all started when the MacGregor family moved to town, and the one person who knows what’s going on is the last person Charlotte would ask for help. Her new landlord, Niall MacGregor, is not the most approachable man but that hasn’t stopped the brooding Scottish biker from invading her dreams.
When Charlotte’s memories start to return, she's not sure she can trust what they are telling her. If magic does exist, then is her attraction to Niall just an illusion?
Motorcycle riding werewolf, Niall MacGregor is the longtime supernatural enforcer for his warlock family. He has regretted more than a few things that he’s done in the name of duty, but taking Charlotte’s memories ranks as one of the worst. It was necessary, to both protect his magical family and save Charlotte’s sanity. But the intimate glimpse into her mind has only made him want things he can never have—including the love of the gorgeous, brave woman herself.
Something from Niall’s past has come back to threaten everything he holds dear.
From the Highlands of Scotland to the valleys of Wisconsin... Book Five of the Warlocks MacGregor® series by NY Times and USA TODAY Bestselling Author, Michelle M. Pillow.
5 Stars! - Bianca, D'Arc, USA Today bestselling author of paranormal romance (Bookbub)
About the Warlocks MacGregor® Series
People know magic is fake--card tricks and illusions, magicians and entertainers. But there is an older magick, a powerful force hidden from modern eyes, buried in folklore and myths, remembered by the few who practice the old ways and respect the lessons of past generations.
The term "warlock" is a variation on the Old English word waerloga, primarily used by the Scots. It meant traitor, monster or deceiver. This fiction-based family includes males and females of magick. The MacGregors do not agree with how history has labeled them, or other supernaturals. To them, warlock means magick, family, and immortality. This series is not a portrayal of modern-day witchcraft or those who hold such beliefs. The MacGregors are a magickal class all their own.
Warning: Contains yummy, hot, mischievous MacGregors who are almost certainly up to no good on their quest to find true love. And Uncle Raibeart.
Praise For Spirits and Spells
5 Stars! "I love this series about the modern day warlock MacGregor family. Michelle weaves a magical story which keeps you hooked from page one." Lesley Boon, Bookbub (2021)
5 Stars! "From the beginning of the book, I was interested. The story line is so refreshing. I would definitely recommend this book to everyone." K Bradbury, Bookbub (2021)
5 Stars!"This story has it all, humor, action, romance, magic, danger, and mystery. There is a great plot with terrific characters. Don’t miss this terrific series!" Spetrbok, Bookbub (2021)
Warlocks MacGregor® series:
Stirring up Trouble
Cauldrons and Confessions
Spirits and Spells
Kisses and Curses
Magick and Mischief
A Dash of Destiny
A Streak of Lightning
More to come!
The MacGregor’s are at it again! Michelle M. Pillow must have some magick of her own because this series is excellent. Naughtily I haven’t read it in order but I will be rectifying that soon by re-reading them again. Her couples are are often strange pairings but work out in the end. There’s always humour, sass, magickal beings to chase, chaos to tame and love to help conquer it all. I just want more!
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Spirits and spells
Thank the stars that Charlotte regains her memory and her man .
Poor Charlotte has been suffering, and continues to suffer, after the traumas and magik-induced memory losses. (Expect to spend half the book disliking the MacGregor clan). But when her memories start returning, Charlotte begins to realise there is more to Niall than grouchy enforcer.