Love proves the sweetest magic of all in these three spellbinding stories of witchcraft gone wrong - and romance gone blissfully right.
Book 1 -
Lynn Collum: “The Bewitched Baron.”
When Wyndom Long, Baron Newlyn, a noted botanist who pays little attention to the gaiety of the ton, engages Naomi Clayton as his shy sister’s companion, he is startled by the girl he remembers as plain and reserved. Naomi is a sparkling presence in his home, where all sorts of odd things suddenly begin to happen, and a glint of innocent mischief in her eyes makes him wonder if love is meant to feel so magical.
Book 2 -
Debbie Raleigh: “The Bewitchment of Lord Dalford.”
Annie Winsome may be a witch, but the mortal world has never lost its fascination for her - and a London Season is too tempting to resist. Believing an innocent potion will polish her bumbling friend Lord Dalford, she is stunned to find him transformed into a charming rogue - one she wants for herself! But when she discovers Dalford has a bit of magic up his own sleeve, she suspects that love may be the most powerful spell of all.
Book 3 -
Jeanne Savery: “The Reluctant Witch.”
Lady Samantha Forsythe, the seventh daughter of a seventh daughter, may have been born a witch, but during her first season in Town, she longs to dance and flirt like any other young debutante. Unfortunately, before long Samantha is importuned to read tea leaves and brew love spells. One of which must have gone horribly awry, for Sam realizes that her arrogant neighbor Lord Dalreach has tumbled for her! Why, then, is every moment in his arms so sweetly enchanting?
Books listed alphabetically by author.