Spellbound in Seattle

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Petra W. Field came to Seattle to recover from a broken engagement. She was not looking for magic but before she knows it, she has magical blood on her rug, wizards in green robes and a talking cat. Vorador simply came to do a quick cleaning spell, but he's the one who ends up bewitched by Petra. They end up working together to find out who tried to kill the rug's previous owner.
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Overview

Petra W. Field came to Seattle to recover from a broken engagement. She was not looking for magic but before she knows it, she has magical blood on her rug, wizards in green robes and a talking cat. Vorador simply came to do a quick cleaning spell, but he's the one who ends up bewitched by Petra. They end up working together to find out who tried to kill the rug's previous owner.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780505525376
  • Publisher: Dorchester Publishing Company, Inc.
  • Publication date: 2/13/2003
  • Pages: 309
  • Product dimensions: 4.22 (w) x 6.90 (h) x 0.86 (d)

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Garthia Anderson
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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 31, 2012

    Great Read

    Well-written, funny, and cute.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 8, 2007

    I Loved It!

    I couldn't put this book down when it was new and I love reading it over and over again! This was a witty, tantalizing, sensual, and comedic look at the supernatural romance novel. Ever since I first read it, I've been Spellbound! I hope to see more from this talented author in the future!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 29, 2003

    Oh yeah!

    Right before her party is about to start, Petra discovers that her new rug has a huge blood stain, one that is resistant to all attempts to clean. It must be a magical blood stain, so she does the only logical thing and attempts to hire a wizard to remove it. After coping with magical voice mail, which is much worse than mortal voice mail, she finally gets someone to come over; in fact, she gets twice as many wizards as she was expecting. The competition shows up as well. ............ Removing the stain is not a simple process. The stain is a clue in a magical attempted murder, involves multiple spells, and creates a hole in her living room, through which her cat disappears. If there is anything fortunate about the whole mess, it's that the wizard in charge is a sexy as sin hunk, and has as many lustful thoughts about Petra as she does about him. .......... ***** Be prepared to have fun when you read this fast paced, witty novel. Part screwball comedy, part cozy mystery, and totally hot (not just because the hero shoots flames eitiher) this is a debut that heralds a sparkling future.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 16, 2003

    Great fantasy not to be missed!

    With a wizard hero trying to solve the death of an Amazon, the laugh-out-loud interaction between the hero and heroine just added to the fun of this book. I loved the imagination of this book.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    enjoyable romantic urban fantasy

    Although it was discovered how to combine physics and sorcery over a half-century ago, not all states have passed laws that makes it legal to practice. Even though Petra Field doesn¿t have a magical bone in her body, her parents are both powerful wizards so she had to move to a place where magic is acceptable. Seattle is a Mecca for wizards and since Petra now lives and works there; she calls a wizard agency to remove the magical bloodstain from her carpet. When Vorador answers Petra¿s cry for help, he¿s more interested in the woman than the rug. When she denies the sparks that flare between them, the wizard tries to remove the bloodstain only to find a hole in the floor under the rug that leads to the Hotel California in another dimension. Vorador realizes that Petra¿s cat is the sister of his partner¿s lover. Someone Petra stubbornly needs to find out who bewitched her carpet while Vorador prefers she keeps placed an amnesia spell on her so she doesn¿t recall who tried to murder her sibling. out of it so she stays safe. Both of these wannabe lovers are in danger from a powerful wizard who hides in plain sight. Garthia Anderson has written an enjoyable romantic urban fantasy that will appeal to fans of Rosemary Edgehill and Jody Lynn Nye. On an earth where magic works, readers will want to believe in the fantasy. The protagonists squabbles are a form of foreplay that add a piquant sense of humor to the story line. It is to be hoped that Ms. Anderson will write more stories in this fascinating universe. Harriet Klausner

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