Mother’s Day Magic – I Love You More by Cornelia Amiri – Book Review

Mother’s Day Magic – I Love You More by Cornelia Amiri – Book Review

Mothers day magic

Mother’s Day Magic…With Love

Author – Various
Publisher – CreateSpace
Pages – 786
Release Date – 28th February 2016
ISBN-13 – 978-1530226887
Format – ebook, paperback
Reviewer – Marcia
I received a free copy of this book
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synopsis of a witch Mothers Day Magic

10% of proceeds from this anthology will go to the National MS Society for research.

Every mother’s heart holds a bit of magic…her children’s love. Enchantment awaits in 12 new, previously unpublished-stories, by #1 bestselling and/or multi-award winning authors from across the globe. Captivating tales of romance or fiction fashioned from loving memories, these poignant stories are sure to touch your heart.

I Love You More by Cornelia Amiri (Bestselling Author)

On turning sixty, Garland recalls memories of her life’s journey from an abusive childhood to a bad marriage to the ups and downs of a single mom. She is rewarded with a magical mother’s day with her loving family.

Review of a witch

Mother’s Day Magic…With Love is an anthology in support of MS (10% of the profits go to the charity). I was asked if I would make people aware of the book and read one of the short stories within

I Love You More by Cornelia Amiri is all about a mother (Garland) and her son(Judson) who have managed to escape from a life of domestic violence, at the hands of their husband/father.

The story switched from often from past to present, which I really enjoyed, as I got to understand the situation better. I was particularly interested in the part where Garland had to be creative, very quickly, in order to get the two of them away from her violent husband. I read this part really slowly as I wanted to take in all the details.

I was invested in the story, and held captive by it. I was eager to find out what happened to the pair, and glad that they found happiness in their lives, eventually.

I have not read any of the other stories in the book, but plan to and would recommend it for views on women and motherhood.

Based wholly on the story I read I would award it five stars, because I would go back and read it over and over again.

Book Reviewed by Marcia

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About the author of a witch


Cornelia Amiri who also writes as Maeve Alpin is the author of 32 published books. She lives in Houston with her wonderful son.


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