Bewitched and Bothered: 5 Spellbinding Romances

Witchcraft is afoot in these five paranormal romances featuring some seriously seductive sorcery. Smart, sexy, and more than slightly supernatural, these enchantresses beguile their heroes with the greatest magic of all: love.
  • That Magic Mischief: When her boyfriend dumps her out of the blue, Annabelle's hopes of walking down the aisle seem lost - until the metaphysical takes matters in hand. After all, what's the point of being a witch if you can't manage a spell to fix your broken heart? Luckily, transplanted Irishman Jamie Flynn is more than ready to be charmed.
  • Secrets of the Sky: Sparrow Reed might look like an angel, but she's actually a witch who can change into a songbird. When her best friend's problems drop Sparrow in an underworld fraught with threats, Rowen Aerion of the Knights of the Fog has his hands full trying to keep her alive - and his love may be her biggest danger of all.
  • Lessons in Magic: Recently unemployed and rudderless, Phoebe agrees to get her late aunt Edna's house ready to put on the market. While cleaning up cobwebs, she unexpectedly discovers her witchy, latent family talent for summoning demons. Noah Rossi, wizard in training, comes to the rescue, but can he save her from accidentally destroying the universe?
  • Naturally Enchanted: As a struggling journalist, Owen Cooper has to make a name for himself, and a tip that a real-life witch is living on Mango Cove may just lead to the big story he needs. Undercover as a shipwrecked tourist, he worms his way into Ezra's family and their secrets but soon discovers the fetching sorceress has a tight hold on his heart.
  • A Demon Bewitched: The last time Claude Fortier fell for a woman, Gulielmus killed her. Nearly 200 years later, Claude's lover is back . . . sort of. Gail Colvard may have been born with his sweet Laurette's soul, but her new-and-improved incarnation is a witch who isn't taking any mess - not from him nor dear old Dad, either.
Sensuality Level: Sensual
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About the author

Jaye Shields grew up in the Pacific Northwest and now lives in San Francisco where she enjoys long walks in the fog with immortals. Find Jaye Shields at JayeShieldsAuthor.com, on Facebook at Facebook.com/JayeShieldsAuthor/ and on Twitter @JayeShields.

Holley Trent is a Carolina girl gone west. She writes contemporary and paranormal romances that have both humor and heat. Find Holley Trent at HolleyTrent.com, on Facebook , and on Twitter @holleytrent .

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Publisher
Crimson Romance
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Published on
Oct 31, 2016
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Pages
100
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ISBN
9781507202029
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Language
English
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Fiction / Romance / Collections & Anthologies
Fiction / Romance / General
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Susan Conley
“Sensual and seductive, Paris Was the Place pulls you in and doesn’t let you go. Find your nearest chair and start reading. With her poet's eye, Conley has woven a vivid, masterful tale of love and its costs.” —Lily King, author of Father of the Rain
 
When Willie Pears begins teaching at a center for immigrant girls who are all hoping for French asylum, she has no idea it will change her life. As she learns their stories, the lines between teaching and mothering quickly begin to blur. Willie has fled to Paris to create a new family for herself by reaching out to her beloved brother, Luke, and her straight-talking friend, Sara. She soon falls for Macon, a charming, passionate French lawyer, and her new family circle seems complete. But Gita, a young girl at the detention center, is determined to escape her circumstances, no matter the cost. And just as Willie is faced with a decision that could have potentially dire consequences for both her relationship with Macon and the future of the center, Luke is taken with a serious, as-yet-unnamed illness, forcing Willie to reconcile with her father and examine the lengths we will go to for the people we care the most about.

In Paris Was the Place, Conley has given us a beautiful portrait of on how much it matters to belong: to a family, to a country, to any one place, and how this belonging can mean the difference in our survival. This is a profoundly moving portrait of some of the most complicated and glorious aspects of the human existence: love and sex and parenthood and the extraordinary bonds of brothers and sisters. It is a story that reaffirms the ties that bind us to one another.

This ebook edition includes a reading group guide. 
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