Book Reviews of Bewitched

Bewitched
Bewitched
Author: Constance O'Day-Flannery
ISBN-13: 9780821749609
ISBN-10: 0821749609
Publication Date: 8/1/1995
Rating:
  • Currently 3.3/5 Stars.
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3.3 stars, based on 22 ratings
Publisher: Zebra Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 2
There was a bit of every man I know, from the age of six to sixty in Ian. He reacted in ways that were so human, you couldn't help but empathize with him. The way the "conjurers" dressed him, the way they related to him, tongue-in-cheek, always, so if he didn't turn out to be real, they could just blame it on the wine. This book was a blast of New Age high spirits in my mundane, well-ordered life! I have a friend who would enjoy sharing just such an adventure with me, so that made the book all the more enjoyable. Ms. Flannery has been a favorite of mine for years. She has a way of taking characters out of the mold some writers put them in and breathing life into them. The men don't always react the same in her books to where you are reading the same book, just different title. There are always so many differences in the women that you know she is definitly a keen observer of people.
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Helpful Score: 2
Nice time travel novel with some modern day karma thinking thrown in. Since the man is only from the 19th century, not much time spent on the differences in lifestyles....more time spent on the romance part. Enjoy.
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Helpful Score: 2
A light-hearted, fast read. You'll laugh out loud at some of the humor but get totally frustrated with some of the characters. Escape from the "real world" and relax with this one.
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Great book, definitely recommend.
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I loved this book. It deals with past lives as well as time travel.
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There was a bit of every man I know, from the age of six to sixty in Ian. He reacted in ways that were so human, you couldn't help but empathize with him. The way the "conjurers" dressed him, the way they related to him, tongue-in-cheek, always, so if he didn't turn out to be real, they could just blame it on the wine. This book was a blast of New Age high spirits in my mundane, well-ordered life! I have a friend who would enjoy sharing just such an adventure with me, so that made the book all the more enjoyable. Ms. Flannery has been a favorite of mine for years. She has a way of taking characters out of the mold some writers put them in and breathing life into them. The men don't always react the same in her books to where you are reading the same book, just different title. There are always so many differences in the women that you know she is definitly a keen observer of people.
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If there's one thing successful career woman Suzanne Griffin and her New Age friend Leslie agree on, it's that chivalry is dead and men aren't what they used to be-until Leslie offers to conjure up a lover from yesteryear. Suddenly, there he is: Ian Stewart Chandler, a lawyer from turn-of-the-century America, and as handsome as a screen heartthrob. So what if he's younger that Suzanne, a chauvinist to the core, and mad as hell for being jetisoned a hundred years ahead of his time? Nobody's perfect.

Now Suzanne doesn't know whether she has the power to send him back-or if she wants to. What she needs to do is find out what's been missing from her life for so long...and if what's missing is a love powerful enough to cross two lifetimes.
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This is a Time-Travel book.
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If there's one thing Suzanne and her New Age friend Leslie agree on, it's that men aren't what they used to be. Until Leslie offers to conjure up a lover from yesteryear. Suddenly, Ian--a lawyer from turn-of-the-century America--is there. So what if he's younger than Suzanne, a chauvinist to his core, and mad as hell for being jettisoned 100 years ahead of his time.
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Great book...Magical story of a woman who meets her IDEAL LOVER!! Mr. Right in the wrong century. Cute and entertaining.