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Spellbound & Seduced [NOOK Book]

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Scottish Highlands, 1822

Two hundred years ago, a witch cursed all the women in Jura Mcnair's family to be widowed on their first wedding anniversary, until a true and perfect love could break the spell. Jura has chosen a life of loneliness instead of risking the sorrow of losing a husband. Then fate brings handsome Lawrence Connaught to her cottage, and for the first time she realizes the lure of temptation....

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Overview


Scottish Highlands, 1822

Two hundred years ago, a witch cursed all the women in Jura Mcnair's family to be widowed on their first wedding anniversary, until a true and perfect love could break the spell. Jura has chosen a life of loneliness instead of risking the sorrow of losing a husband. Then fate brings handsome Lawrence Connaught to her cottage, and for the first time she realizes the lure of temptation. She may never know love, but just once Jura is determined to experience a taste of forbidden desire...


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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781459282735
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 12/1/2011
  • Series: Harlequin Historical Undone Series
  • Sold by: HARLEQUIN
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: Original
  • Sales rank: 1,216,679
  • File size: 407 KB

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  • Posted April 27, 2012

    excellent story

    had this on pre order and as soon as it came devoured it. I loved the whole atmosphere, just perfect for the time of year. Jura Mcnair is a witch and has been cursed by a great grandmother as have all the Mcnair women previously that the man they fall in love with will die. She is a lonely witch who does tricks for the children of the village. This I believe gives her some comfort. Helping her neigbours when they fall ill gives Jura something to live for.
    Until Laurence Connaught rides into her life and turns her world upside down and inside out. She tells him of the curse after they spend several days loving each other and lets him ride off into the sunset rather than risk loosing him to the curse. But true love will break the curse.

    Margurite got me again with this story, where i was shouting at my kindle. I had thought the curse had claimed Laurence but he gets to live with Jura and his child with the curse broken.

    Another great story from the pen of Margurite Kaye:)

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  • Posted March 11, 2012

    This is a great story with an interesting storyline. Jura comes

    This is a great story with an interesting storyline. Jura comes from a line of witches and healers who have been cursed by a spell that dooms each witch's true love to death. She has avoided the possibility of love by living alone and having minimal contact with the local villagers. When a stranger seeking shelter from a snow storm collapses near her cottage, Jura tends him and is intrigued enough to be wary of the curse. The possibility of love challenges her to test her own spells and capabilities for a chance at an expected future.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 30, 2011

    Loved it

    I truly loved thid book. Read it

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