Book Reviews of Spellbound in Seattle

Spellbound in Seattle
Spellbound in Seattle
Author: Garthia Anderson
ISBN-13: 9780505525376
ISBN-10: 0505525372
Publication Date: 3/2003
Pages: 309
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 38 ratings
Publisher: Love Spell
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Helpful Score: 3
A bit heavy on the steamy looks and light on plot for my taste :)
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Helpful Score: 2
Girl with no magic has a mysterious stain on her rug. The guy is a powerful wizard who comes to get rid of the stain. But it is a clue in a murder investigation of his friend. Can they find the murderer? Who can she trust?

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"Petra Field didn't have a magical bone in her body, but it didn't take a crystal ball to see disaster loomed. With enchanted blood on her carpet, a house full of Merlin-wannabes unable to clean it up, a petulant cat, and houseguests scheduled to arrive momentarily, she needed a miracle. She got a wizard, a whole lot of unwanted sparks, and a man-sized hole in the middle of her living room- a hole into which her feline promptly disappeared.
Vorador hadn't felt so incompent since his days as an untried socerer. The girl who leapt after her cat and into his arms caused his simplest spells to backfire- quite literally setting his hair ablaze. But it was another part of his anatomy altogether that burned for the saucy blonde. And though she claimed to be no conjurer, he knew that he'd never felt as bewitched as he did now, for Petra had a mesmerizing energy of her own: love."
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Helpful Score: 1
A fabulously fun and quirky story. I picked this up on a whim when I saw it and loved every minute of it.
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Helpful Score: 1
Refreshingly inventive. Very enjoyable and a keeper!
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Lighthearted fun; I enjoyed it.
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This is a light-hearted romp of a fantastical romance. The background is just like everyday life, except that magic has returned to the world. The impulsive heroine gets herself caught up in all kinds of off-beat snarls---would you believe getting kidnapped and stuffed into the cellar of the Space Needle, among others? And the fun is in getting unsnarled up, of course!

From back cover:
Petra Field didn't have a magical bone in her body, but it didn't take a crystal ball to see disaster loomed. With enchanted blood on her carpet, a house full of Merlin-wannabes unable to clean it up, a petulant cat, and house guests scheduled to arrive momentarily, she needed a miracle. She got a wizard, a whole lot of unwanted sparks, and a man-sized hole in the middle of her living room- a hole into which her feline promptly disappeared.
Vorador hadn't felt so incompetent since his days as an untried sorcerer. The girl who leapt after her cat and into his arms caused his simplest spells to backfire- quite literally setting his hair ablaze. But it was another part of his anatomy altogether that burned for the saucy blonde. And though she claimed to be no conjurer, he knew that he'd never felt as bewitched as he did now, for Petra had a mesmerizing energy of her own: love.
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I LOVE THIS BOOK A FUN MAGICAL BOOK..HAD ME LAUGHING AND LOVEING EVERY MIN.OF IT I TRUELY BELEAVE THIS IS A MUST READ!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Very good book! Didn't want to put it down!!
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I really enjoyed this book. I love tales of wizards and this was terrific from start to finish! It's a real shame the author died and we won't see this continued.
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The sparks and fire when two people meet
and try to solve a murder or is it a non-murder?
Non-magical vs Magical love the combo.
Great sense of humor. Unexpected turns all the way.
Enjoy an uncomplicated who-done-it?
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This is a good book.