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The Von Tassel sisters are in deep.  With a new inn opening up to non-magic guests, these three witches have enough to worry about, but after a deal with the Headless Horseman, all three Von Tassel sisters must find their true loves by All Hallow's Eve or forever be trapped as ghosts in Sleepy Hollow like their ill-fated aunties.

Will Stephanie be able to forgive her playboy ex? Will Bri be able to win back her childhood crush-turned-ghost hunter? Will Lexi be able to sway...

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Overview


The Von Tassel sisters are in deep.  With a new inn opening up to non-magic guests, these three witches have enough to worry about, but after a deal with the Headless Horseman, all three Von Tassel sisters must find their true loves by All Hallow's Eve or forever be trapped as ghosts in Sleepy Hollow like their ill-fated aunties.

Will Stephanie be able to forgive her playboy ex? Will Bri be able to win back her childhood crush-turned-ghost hunter? Will Lexi be able to sway her supernatural employee? And will they all be able to fall in love by the week's end?

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781622665914
  • Publisher: Entangled Publishing, LLC
  • Publication date: 5/27/2014
  • Series: Von Tassel Sisters
  • Sold by: Macmillan
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 250
  • Sales rank: 130,855
  • File size: 4 MB

Meet the Author


Patricia EimerPatricia Eimer is a small town girl who was blessed with a large tree in the backyard made for reading in on summer days. Mixed with too much imagination it made her a bratty child but fated her to become a storyteller. After a stint of "thinking practically" in her twenties she earned degrees in Business and Economics She currently lives in eastern Pennsylvania with her two wonderful kids and a husband that learned the gourmet art of frozen pizzas to give her more time to write. When she's not writing romance novels she can be found fencing, training for triathlons and arguing with her dogs about who's in charge. Rosalie LarioRosalie Lario is the award-winning, paranormal romance author of the Demons of Infernum and the Fallen Warriors series. Rosalie double majored in Anthropology and Classics as an undergraduate student, and briefly considered becoming an archaeologist before realizing they don't actually live the life of Indiana Jones. So what was a classical geek armed with a lot of useless knowledge to do? Become a lawyer, of course! After attending law school in Florida, she practiced real estate law for several years before finally admitting to herself that negotiating contracts wasn't nearly as fun as dreaming up stories. She never imagined all the mythology she'd learned throughout her undergraduate education might actually come in handy, but it makes perfect fodder for the paranormal romance stories she now dreams up. When not writing, you can find her on a boat somewhere along South Florida's waterways, chasing down a rainbow or pretending to be a pirate. You can visit Rosalie at her website: http://www.RosalieLario.com.  Brux BooneBoone's stories range from high fantasy to humorous paranormal. Having lived all over the world, and finally settling in the icy region of Alaska, she's always looking for the next adventure. It's not unusual to find Boone traversing the remotest parts of the Alaskan bush, gathering information for her stories. No person or escapade is off limits when it comes to weaving real life experiences into her books or blogs. 2014 promises to be a busy year. Don't miss out on Boone's new releases, events, or contests and giveaways. Sign up for her newsletter and stay informed. http://bit.ly/NLBoone Or stop by her website - www.boonebrux.com Or Facebook Page - www.facebook.com/BooneBrux/Author
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  • Posted October 25, 2014

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    This was the change of pace I needed. A light hearted romance wi

    This was the change of pace I needed. A light hearted romance with sass in triplicate. 




    Spellbound in Sleepy Hollow is an anthology that works together to create one masterfully written story. Each story is told by a different author, and the amazing thing is their styles of writing work seamlessly together. 




    I loved the Von Tassel Sisters, the old ghosts as well as the living Von Tassel sisters. Each author explored the auntie and sister that were similar in nature. Each set had their own issues with their love lives and the resolution of those problems were given a time limit by the one thing we know lurks around in Sleepy Hollow- The Headless Horseman. 




    What an enjoyable light read! 

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  • Posted July 10, 2014

    The Von Tassel sisters have decided to open an inn to both magic

    The Von Tassel sisters have decided to open an inn to both magical and non magical people. They have to make sure they can hide the magic from the ones who don't know about it. When it looks like everything may go wrong one of them calls upon the headless horseman to help out. The deal includes they must all find there true loves by All Hallow's Eve or like their ghost aunt be trapped in the world as ghost to haunt the place. With a short time to find them they have their hands full with more than just keeping the inn going.




    Bewitching Her Enemy by Patricia Eimer

    Stephanie has to learn to forgive her ex Carson who she believes cheated on her. She doesn't want to get her heart broke again and she knows he is a guy who likes to play around. Her aunt Katarina is left haunting the place after her love Brom left her after declaring his love for her. They haven't spoke in a very long time. Now both couples must try to work things out to save the inn and to not spend from now on as ghost.




    I liked this story as both Stephanie and Katarina are the ones who called the horseman up. They both have trust issues and have to work through them. Katarina can be very stubborn at times. Carson is actually a great guy and I like what kind he turned out to be. Brom has nothing but love for Katarina even when she won't speak to him. Both couples add something special to this story.




    Under His Spell by Rosalie Lario

    Brianna always liked Jason growing up. She was in love with him but he never knew it. He didn't have magic so she tried to get him out of her mind. Now he is a tv show host and back in town. Just when they think they might have a shot a woman shows up and is determined to get Jason for herself. Jason seems strange at times and Brianna has to figure out why. You also have the story of her aunt Elizabeth and her lost love Edward. He died while leaving town and she married his brother instead. Now she is trying to get him to listen to her and forgive her. I liked all of these characters and at times really laughed while reading this. Jason has a few tricks up his sleeve he doesn't tell Brianna about.




    Hexing Her Ex by Boone Brux

    Lexi knows it is up to her to find true love as her sisters have all found theirs. Time is running out and she isn't sure how she will find him in time. She is only attracted to one man and he can't be the one for her she thinks. Handyman Tristan likes Lexi and helps her in anyway he can. This also has the story of Cassandra and Jacob. Jacob left Cassandra married another woman and Cassandra gets stoned to death. Both of them get stuck as ghost and Cassandra refuses to even listen to Jacob. I have to say for me Cassandra was the highlight of this story. She really pops out and does some crazy stuff. Add in a woman looking for her ancestors who really pushes Cassandra's button and you get tones of laughs. This story wraps up all three and it does a great job of it. I even enjoyed the horseman in this book.




    If you want an entertaining book about a legend you surely have heard of try this one. The is love, laughter and great plots in all three stories. I like how it all wrapped up nicely but I would have loved to see more because I enjoyed these characters so much.

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  • Posted June 10, 2014

    A fun paranormal read.  It is about three sisters, who are witch

    A fun paranormal read.  It is about three sisters, who are witches, and their three Aunties, who are witches also, and happen to be ghosts.
    They run a inn together.  They are cursed with not being able to step on their land unless they can be with their true loves.  It takes awhile, but
    everyone finds their true loves, even the headless horseman.  It was very nice also that the bad people got theirs in the end.  Everyone had
    their happily ever after.

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  • Posted June 4, 2014

    You'll never look at the legend of the Headless Horseman the sam

    You'll never look at the legend of the Headless Horseman the same way after you read Spellbound In Sleepy Hollow. The Von Tassel Sisters are witches (in the true sense of the word). As the struggle to make a success of the family inn and find their true love, the deadline with the Horseman is looming. What will happen to them? I loved this anthology! It tells the story of the three Von Tassel sisters and their ghostly aunties. They need to fall in love by midnight on All Hallow's Eve or they lose everything they hold dear. I loved the sisters and their stories, but the Aunties steal the show. I was captivated by this sexy, romantic paranormal. The characters are well written and the magical setting adds so much to the story. The humor and sassy dialogue will make you smile. The combined talents of three excellent authors made this book shine. The stories flow seamlessly together. If you love romance with a liberal dash of the otherworld, don't miss Spellbound in Sleepy Hollow.

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  • Posted June 2, 2014

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    Bewitching Her Enemy This was a very cute sweet funny story.  I

    Bewitching Her Enemy
    This was a very cute sweet funny story.  I loved the witty banter between both Stephanie and Carson as well as Katarina and Brom.  The two couples working together despite their differences was fun.  It was a quick enjoyable read that had me smiling while reading it.




    Under His Spell
    Bri and Jason's story was very heartwarming to me.  I love the second chance at love theme.  Bri had a childhood crush on Jason that he didn't know about.  And when he saw her again many years later, they both felt the spark.  Their story to me seemed to be more tender as I read it.  I loved the underlying theme, as with her aunt Elizabeth and her love Edward, that you have to have faith and trust, to put aside your pride.  Beautiful story.




    Hexing Her Ex
    Lexi and Tristan had a great story to end this fun series.  It was great to see them reconnect and fall in love again.  I loved the little twist that Tristan had.  Lexi going after what she wanted was awesome to read, especially when she got her HEA.  It was satisfying to see how everything and all couples worked out.

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  • Posted May 29, 2014

    Three stories with two couples each. One living and one ghostl


    Three stories with two couples each. One living and one ghostly. The stories are set at the Inn of the Headless Horseman and include the horseman and a curse placed on our heroines family.
    There are three separate stories about three sisters and their three ghostly aunts..each needing to not only find true love but forgive pass wrongs. The stories are connected of course because our heroines are sisters but they do stand on their own.
    I can'[t decide which of the three couples..Stephanie and Carson, Bri and Jason or Lexi and Trestan are my favorites. Their each unique with their own strengths, but they all have a sense of humor. I'm not going to describe the stories...their each great...easy to read, satisfying endings and great characters..
    I would like more stories including this group. Read them...you won't be disappointed.

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  • Posted May 28, 2014

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    This is a first for me by the 3 Authors in this book.  Let me sa

    This is a first for me by the 3 Authors in this book. 
    Let me say first that this is a Hilariously Funny book. I loved all 3 stories. 
    We have 3 Witches who are sisters, 3 Family Women Ghosts who are their aunties, and 1 horrible curse
    that needs to be broken. 

    First story is about Stephanie and Carson, and Ghost Auntie Katarina 
    They must find a way to break the curse to help Auntie and her fella to the other world. 
    Stephanie also doesn’t know if she can trust Carson again. She found him with someone else and to
     her all warlocks are bad news. But these 2 well you can feel the love between them. 
    Can they break the curse? 
    Will they all get their happily ever afters?
    Grab the book and get reading !!! 

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  • Posted May 28, 2014

    This anthology is a magical and romantic read that sends shivers

    This anthology is a magical and romantic read that sends shivers down the spine.  After a deal with the Headless Horseman, the three Von Tassel sisters must find their true loves before All Hallow’s Eve or forever be trapped as ghosts in Sleepy Hollow.
    The three stories are fast paced and smooth flowing and while each story could stand on its own, the reader won’t be able to read just one.  The stories together make another larger story full of suspense, action, magic, drama, ghosts and romance. Tension builds throughout the stories as the sister’s try to break the curse deal with their personal lives and their three ghostly aunties and let’s don’t forget the Headless Horseman.  The author paints vivid images of the scenes and events that capture the imagination and ensures the reader feels as if they are part of the story and the strong compelling characters are easily related and draw the reader deeper into the story.
    The story has plenty of romance and hot and steamy sex scenes and lots of relationship drama. Not only does each sister have their own personal issues to deal with, but they have to help the ghostly aunties solve their relationship issues. The reader can’t help but get caught up in the story with all the drama and intrigue involved in these stories. I mean how intriguing would it be to find yourself having to find your true love, save some immortal souls, and break a curse or two, not to mentions dealing with witches, a ghost hunter and a supernatural handyman.
    The reader certainly can’t get bored with the Von Tassel sisters and their lives. These three authors have created a fantastic and magical romance with their own unique spin on the spine tingling legend of the Headless Horseman in the magical town of Sleepy Hollow. I was certainly enthralled with this charming tale from the very beginning and I couldn’t put it down until I had read the very last word.

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  • Posted May 27, 2014

    Witches, curses and ghosts oh, my.. Spellbound in Sleepy Hollow

    Witches, curses and ghosts oh, my..

    Spellbound in Sleepy Hollow is an anthology, but this one is not just an ordinary anthology! Usually in an anthology, the authors write different stories but the theme is the same. Spellbound in Sleepy Hollow was not. This have three different stories by three authors but all of them were connected. The story is about Von Tassel sisters, Stephanie, Brianna and Lexi, about how they try to lift their curses (that happen because Stephanie's impulsive action. Must read this antho, to know why, lol) and their Aunties cursed (one of the Aunties was Katarina von Tassel, from the original Sleepy Hollow legend) by find their own true love and reconnect their Aunties with their loved ones.

    The story first begin with Stephanie's, told by Patricia Eimer. Ms Eimer did a good job to start the series, to place the world building and the setting for the foundation for the next sister's story. It's explain how the Aunties got their curses and it give us a glimpse into the witch and wizard community. While I think that Stephanie is reckless and also impulsive, I enjoy her voice and her relationship with her true love, Carson Rivers. Theirs is more like a second chance for love theme of story. Alas, the sex scene was fade to black :/. This story become my favorite, because Ms Eimer also write the story from Katarina POV.

    The next is Brianna, the mid sister's story. She will face her childhood crush, Jason Palmer who happen to be a host for ghost show. Jason is a dud, a term for human that can't do magic and for von Tassel sister, bloodline is everything. But the biggest problem is how Bri overcome her fear for love and mend her broken heart. This story told by Rosalie Lario, and while I quite enjoy it, I'm so disappointed because the worldbuilding is too simple. No mention of the witch community, and the Auntie's story, this time Elizabeth is not as good as her sister, Katarina.

    The last is Lexi, the oldest. This is my less favorite story, even I like the Auntie, Cassandra. The magic part also told more than Brianna's. But I can't relate with Lexi and Tristan's story. I feel something amiss and their chemistry also lack compare with Stephanie-Carson and Brianna-Jason. Because this is the last story, the ending wrapped nicely and everyone of course got their HEA.

    Spellbound in Sleepy Hollow is an enjoyable read and while I'm not fans of anthology, this is an anthology that I will recommend to read. The anthology use different take from Sleepy Hollow's legend, add it with witch and ghost, also love stories and cursed going awry, make it a pretty good mix for a fun read. While I think that some story feel disconnected, the three authors did a good job to portray the von Tassel sisters. Alas, I don't know why the cover for this book is so horrible. I think better to feature the sisters rather than the couple that.. I don't know, what exactly they do with those awkward pose? Also I don't like that male model expression :/

    Very recommended if you love paranormal romance with witches sisters ala Charmed,the hot men who loved them and some quirky ghosts and magic.

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  • Posted May 27, 2014

    This book is a great read. You have three stories about the Van

    This book is a great read. You have three stories about the Van Tassel Sisters your not going to want to miss.

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  • Posted May 27, 2014

    There are three stories included in this book. The first is abou

    There are three stories included in this book. The first is about the youngest sister Stephanie who makes a deal with the devil....Ok not the devil but the headless horseman is a second best. She is wanting to preserve her family farm, that her and her two older sisters have made into an in. Oh did I forget to mention that all three sisters are witches. Stephanie makes a deal with the horseman to save the inn, but includes her, her sisters, and her three deceased aunts pledging themselves to their true loves. Only in 5 days time..

    The second sister Bri finds her childhood crush returning to the inn, but he is a ghost hunter who has never actually seen a ghost. And his popular show tends to hurt the businesses they do stories on. That and his co host who has the hots for her man trying to throw a wrench in things.

    The third sister Lexi hired her ex boyfriend to do handyman work around the inn. She finds herself staring at his fine bum at odd moments of the day, but then finds out he left town for a very good reason, but there is a time pressure to break the curse!

    Patricia did a great job of setting the mood of the book. I loved that there were 3 separate books for each sister, but they were all included in this book. No waiting for additional books to be released! The only thing I found odd was the 5 day time window. Seemed a bit short but she made it work.

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  • Posted May 27, 2014

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    This book is a wonderful twist on the sleepy hollow tale.  It is

    This book is a wonderful twist on the sleepy hollow tale.
     It is funny, sexy steamy and easy to read. It follows the current generation of Von Tassel sister witches and their dead ghost aunts.
    The book is split in three parts, each following one of the sisters and their aunts with their own unique story, but it is really well written and it just all flows great together in one great story.
    All the characters are well written and I enjoyed them all in their own funny, sexy and witchy ways. But my favorite was the ghost auntie Cassandra.
    I also enjoyed the nice twist they put on the horseman.
    All in all I liked the book a lot. There were only a couple minor things that bugged me about the book.
    One was, and that might just be me it bothered was when they first encounter the horseman he spoke German, but it was badly translated German like google translate was used or so. That kind of bothered me … not sure why but I think they could have better translated it. I know it was wrong because German is my first language. But like I said it might not bother others.
    The other one, the spells they used were kind of lame and could have been more creative. They only say out a couple of spells throughout the book but when they did they kind of sounded lame and I thought it could have been a bit more creative.
    Like I said minor things and other readers might not even care about those two things, but it was enough for me to knock one star off.
    Over all I loved the book, it was funny, sexy and interesting. I give it 4 ¿
    * received a free ARC  copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Thank you!

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  • Posted May 27, 2014

    This is an anthology set around 3 ghosts and 3 sisters who are w

    This is an anthology set around 3 ghosts and 3 sisters who are witches and are running/haunting their familial estate/bed and breakfast. Each story features a ghost and and sister coming to terms with a romance from the past. Each story is funny and well written, with the outstanding dialogue between heroes and heroines. I especially enjoyed the 1st story that featured Stephanie and Carson, it was a fresh twist paranormal.

    I was given a free copy for an honest review.

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  • Posted May 27, 2014

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    Our Review by LITERAL ADDICTION's Pack Alpha - Chelle:
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    What a fun and clever collection! Three intertwining, yet unique tales, using the basis of the original story of Sleepy Holly and the headless horseman and turning it into a thrilling, romantic comedy of sorts. 

    In the 'original' Sleepy Hollow we all get to meet Katrina von Tassel, but in Spellbound in Sleepy Hollow we get her AND her sisters, Elizabeth and Cassandra, ghosts bound to the Inn of the Headless Horseman that their nieces, Stephanie, Bri, and Lexi, run. 

    Bound via a middleman to the Dark Prince, the sextet is tasked with finding and pledging their love to their destined soul mates or be denied entry to Summerland forever. The problem... each and every one of them has a convoluted history with those that they covet and love - heartbreak, lies, subterfuge, & more! - and there is many a hurdle to overcome. 

    The book was chock full of wit, romance, comedic action and surprise, and was entertaining from cover to cover. 

    I would highly recommend this book to just about anyone. If you like the legend of Sleepy Hollow you will find this fun and refreshing. If you just want a light-hearted read to put you in a good mood, this is a good one to try. 

    Kudos to the authors for spinning a fresh, interesting and unique new light paranormal romance. I love each of these authors' independent works, getting them together for a project like this was brilliant! :)

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