Bewitching [Jill Barnett] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Duke of Belmore is horrified to learn that his beloved Joy MacQuarrie is a. What’s a duke to do when a carefully selected bride rejects him rather than marry without love? He salvages his pride by marrying the next woman who falls into. Read Bewitching by Jill Barnett by Jill Barnett by Jill Barnett for free with a 30 day free trial. Read eBook on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android.

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But I had a wee little too much annoyance preventing me from actually getting into the story.

Thoroughly modern, wealthy, and bright, she’s suddenly been cast in the role of mother and forced to battle wits and hearts with the most arrogant barnet she’s ever met! Even my “grease monkey” of a brother in law has read this and loved it!

I remember one time before I was allowed to read romance novelslying in bed with my mother, who was reading this book fresh off the bookstands. And, in a way, there is more.

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What’s a Duke to do when a carefully selected bride rejects him rather than marry without love? The showering rose petal love scenes were simply to die for; some of the most romantic stuff I’ve ever read. Books by Jill Barnett. Unbelievably, she explains away her sudden appearance, and the duke, wanting to salvage his pride, marries her immediately. Mother nature, perhaps, but ag The story was promising but barnettt problems kept pulling me out of it.

She raises Alec and the wing chair he is sitting in until they are five feet off the floor. Recommended to Judi by: New York Times Bestselling Author Jill Barnett bewitcing master storyteller known for her beautifully-written love stories rich with humor, emotion, and poignancy.

Mother nature, perhaps, but again it pulled me out of the story, even re-reading pages to see if I missed it. The adventures they have are hilarious and bswitching in a way very sad.

He kisses her senseless into accepting a marriage proposal, although she does insist she has something to tell him first! Too late, Joy knew she was desperately in love and that nothing could stop the course of their destiny – the scandal threatening to destroy her and the passion that held them both spellbound in a forbidden, irresistible match of two enchanted hearts Not as long as the unexpected beautiful, fully grown and insufferable Letitia Olive Hornsby has anything to say about it.


Ladies this is def. The same man who pursued her through the forest earlier, a knight charged by the King to establish a stronghold and build a castle. From the moment I pickup this book, I fell in love with Joy and Alec.

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Bewicthing since I bought it for only 99 cents on sale for barmett Kindle, I shouldn’t complain that it was a bit too much like a trashy paperback romance novel, should I? Alec, who likes to be known as the duke of Bellmore, is told by an old woman on a street corner that he will not marry the woman he is supposed to, but that he will marry the next woman he meets.

Her young heart was broken once by an arrogant knight. Joy MacQuarrie, one-quarter Scottish witch, feels there is something missing from her life. If Richard can survive, he might have discovered the one woman who can save him with a passion bright enough to burn the shadows from his heart. I am so glad I did because this book was amazing. When the Duke happens to find a lonely lady in the woods he of course does the right thing and takes her to branett nearest inn.

From then on everything changes in both of their lives. She sees past the control-freak facade — something no one else has been able to do. I thought this was a cute story. Joy tries to “zap” her self to the relatives but ends up in a forest. For me, the negatives of this book is that the connection between these is somewhat murky at times. View all 6 comments. We are introduced to Alec at 5pm, quoting his promptness. Authentic portrayal of various emotions.

This bagnett the kind of story that stands bewitchnig in its ability bwrnett take you on a magical ride away from all the troubles of the day. I did not understand why she was required to bargain with the aunt near the end. This was my first book by Jill Barnett, and it will not be my last.


He even begins to learn about what love is, amazingly enough. After she reveals her powers on their wedding night, the duke forbids her to perform any hocus-pocus.

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Charming and uproariously funny! Her books have be New York Times Bestselling Author Jill Barnett is master storyteller known for her beautifully-written love stories rich with humor, emotion, and poignancy.

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. From the moment she saw him, some thread had abrnett them together. Joy often finds herself in situations that are comical. I thought this story was barnegt and different than other books. The lawless, gold-hungry town of San Francisco was no place to raise a family, but Hallie Fredriksen had little choice after her mother’s sudden death. This book was not my cup of tea. After several painful tries you would hope she stops, but no.

Sir Roger FitzAlan awakes to discover that none of his fabled diplomacy and skills of war will help him with his most immediate problem–a woman unlike any he’s ever known and who has tied him up for safe keeping.

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I like so much about it At the head of this California dynasty is oil magnate Victor Banning, a man of great power and even greater obsessions, who is determined to teach his son and grandsons to be predators in his dog-eat-dog world. But his stern side soon slowly melts when Joy invaded his life. Every syllable sits up straight — even the ones that should be more relaxed — every t is ttttotttally sharp, every d is dddistinct. In a classic Barnett battle of will and wit, a knight and his lady find that love at first sight is dangerous at best and never easy.