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Wedding Spell (Magical Love)
Wedding Spell - Magical Love
Author: Donna Fletcher
ISBN-13: 9780515124828
ISBN-10: 0515124826
Publication Date: 4/1/1999
Pages: 326
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.

3.9 stars, based on 11 ratings
Publisher: Jove Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Donna Fletcher takes flight with this heart-warming fantasy filled to the brim with passion and witchcraft. It takes only a moment to realize that Wedding Spell is full of fun and romantic mayhem. By the end, you may find yourself believing in the power of magical love and mystical creatures too. Of course, for a mere mortal like Sebastian Wainwright, magic and witchcraft simply can't be the answer he's looking for to explain Alisande Wyrrd. He is a man of logic and reason. Therefore, there has to be a simple answer to this woman who enters his office, bypassing every security devise his company uses. It is equally hard to explain how she simply disappears from the same building, never seen by his prime security personnel. Alisande's only request to Sebastian? She wants to make love...wild, passionate, untamed love! She requires a mate to revive her dwindling powers, and Sebastian is the mortal she has selected to solve her problem. Unfortunately, Alisande is not known for doing things halfway. Love fills her heart when she first gazes in Sebastian's eyes. In her haste to draw Sebastian to her, she casts a spell that only he can complete. Sebastian must learn to put aside his doubts and trust his heart implicitly. And all this for a witch? In a world of reality, Donna Fletcher gives us something that we can all believe in - magical love that will last an eternity. With incredible love scenes, entrancing characters, and a beautiful story,
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This was an entertaining book. It has enough spice to keep it interesting. Very enjoyable!