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Bewitched & Beloved: A Pirates of the Coast/The Legacy of Magick Crossover Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
Barbara shines in her genre, bringing us a rousing tale of love, lust and, yes, romance. Her characters tug at your heartstrings and bring a bygone era to life.
Ellen seamlessly melds together the two stories using the fibers of Barbara's strong, mystic weft to weave a master tale of her own. The story is wonderful, moving, and memorable - with just enough "hot" to make you sigh. The characters are well developed, powerful, and so inherently likable you want to invite them over for brunch.
A definite 5 star collaboration. I look forward to seeing more from both of these wonderful authors.
Cager Tyne is a sexy pirate that must navigate and overcome a tragic event from his past. I adore Hannah Osbourne, a modern witch that is bold, sassy and unafraid to say what's on her mind.
Each story has the perfect blend of heat, intoxicating banter and unforgettable moments. Be prepared to be immersed into a story that will keep you in your chair from the first page until the very last!
Personally if a book does not catch my attention within the first ten pages I'm done. However, this crossover provided character's that I immediately grew fond of whether it was with witty repartee or their personalities. From the sauciness of Francie, to the exuberant enthusiasm of Eli, it would definitely seem that I am bewitched.
I loved the banter between Francie and Cager, I had no problem picturing the story in my imagination.
Times were very different back then, but then again, they were much the same as now...reformed "rakes" (or bad boys) still capture our hearts and imaginations