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Spellbound

Spellbound England Retired actress Raven agrees to pose as a missing noblewoman fianc e of an eccentric duke If caught she could lose her life Her reason is simple curiosity about her employer Lord Windha

  • Title: Spellbound
  • Author: Jaimey Grant
  • ISBN: 9781440414725
  • Page: 154
  • Format: Trade Paperback
  • England 1820 Retired actress Raven agrees to pose as a missing noblewoman fianc e of an eccentric duke If caught, she could lose her life Her reason is simple curiosity about her employer, Lord Windhaven His plan goes far deeper than merely hiring an actress to play a role He suspects something is not right with Raven Then the duke s brother arrives, threatening to rEngland 1820 Retired actress Raven agrees to pose as a missing noblewoman fianc e of an eccentric duke If caught, she could lose her life Her reason is simple curiosity about her employer, Lord Windhaven His plan goes far deeper than merely hiring an actress to play a role He suspects something is not right with Raven Then the duke s brother arrives, threatening to reveal Raven s identity.

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    1. Kevis Hendrickson on said:

      Spellbound by Jaimey Grant is a captivating regency romance novel that sweeps the reader up into a tale of love and deception. This compelling drama involves a young actress named Raven who accepts a job to play the role of a rich duke’s fiancée, all the while knowing that if her real identity is uncovered she will be executed. The duke’s goal is to use Raven to assuage his family’s relentless pursuit to see him wed to a wealthy heiress. At first, Raven takes to her role with cunning effi [...]

    2. Joyce on said:

      I first became intrigued with the character of Raven Emerson when I read Jaimey Grant’s Regency romance, Betrayal. An accomplished actress and the hero’s mistress when that volume began, Raven showed herself to be intelligent, spirited, and compassionate, even as she found herself eventually cast off in favor of the hero’s new love. Rather than reacting with the jealousy one might expect from a scorned mistress, Raven responded instead with such dignity and proved herself a woman of such w [...]

    3. Paul on said:

      My review system: 5 stars is only given to books that are brilliant; ones that I will want to read again and again, ones that will become classics. I haven't come across more than a double handful of those in my lifetime, and I read a lot.4 stars is given to books that are very, very good.3 stars goes to good books, that I enjoyed and which had few or minor slips.2 stars means that it passed the time in the absence of anything better to do, but I wouldn't want to read it again.1 star indicates t [...]

    4. Bernadette on said:

      New to the genre of regency romance, I was unsure what to expect from Spellbound, but whatever I expected, it proved to be an interesting and entertaining read! As the story unfolds, Ms. Grant drops tantalizing tidbits about the characters and their pasts that keep you turning the pages wanting to know more. What are Raven's past indiscretions? What is behind the duke's uneasiness with the lake? And what is Lord Greydon hiding? Raven and Tristan at once endear themselves to the readers who are s [...]

    5. Sharon on said:

      Regency author Jaimey Grant has done it again with "Spellbound." In this novel, Ms. Grant has brought more of her interesting (and interconnected) characters together in a plot filled with intrigue and suspense.In this tale, Tristan hires a retired actress, Raven, to pretend to be his fiancee so that he can stop his grandmother's nagging at him to get married. Needless to say, they fall in love despite themselves, but (as the saying goes), the course of true love ne'er did run smooth. There are [...]

    6. Rachel on said:

      Spellbound is an enchanting tale woven through and around two broken souls. Ms. Grant takes Raven, an actress, and leads her through a wonderful adventure full of love, forgiveness and acceptance. Together, the characters learned to work through their issues under unique circumstanses. I was particularly enthralled by the idea of the hero and heroine acting out a couple of Romeo and Juliet's duets! This definately added a sense of romance unparralled. Once again Ms. Grant's style and discription [...]

    7. Zette on said:

      Great book! I especially enjoyed the heroine and her struggle to rise above her past. Tristan was a good mix of the strong yet sensitive man. I thought the ending was a little abrupt but then again, I really wanted to finish the boook last night even though I could barely keep my eyes open at 2:30am :0) So far, all of Jaimey Grant's books are worth reading!

    8. Pamela on said:

      After reading Betrayal by Jaimey I couldn't wait to start this. I wasn't disappointed. It was another awesome read.I really like how she fills in pieces of the characters past as the story progresses and the way the characters work to overcome their past mistakes.

    9. Jaimey on said:

      Note: The heroine of Spellbound was the mistress of Betrayal's hero at one timed Deception's hero, as well She appears to like romance heroes(Deception is not yet released. The link goes to the excerpt.)Anyway, this story touches on how much we can beat ourselves up over past mistakes. Raven's guilty conscience over her past almost costs her the love of her life. She finds some solace in helping the hero, Tristan, to overcome some inner demons of his own. There is more romance in this book than [...]

    10. M.M. Roethig on said:

      I loved this installment in the continuation of the story started with Honor. Tristan and Raven are thrown together when Tristan is mercilessly hounded to marry when he doesn't want to. Raven is hired to play the part of his finance so Tristan's family would finally leave him alone. Through their association, a spark ignites that neither is strong enough to extinguish. As the charade continues the sparks grows to a roaring fire despite the danger involved when both are found out about their dece [...]

    11. Asti on said:

      The basic story is interesting, and that is what kept me going.But it was not well told. And later, too many excitements and characters were crammed into it. The plot was simply too thick for me.Somehow this made me think of a miss Salisbury, supposedly written by Sarah Gore in Julia Quinn's books. I appreciate the decision to forgo the usual regency romance cover depicting a beautiful woman, but I don't get it.

    12. Cheryl on said:

      Jaimie weaves a wonderful story. Reading her books in order has been fun. Watching the characters grow and learn is a big part of this story. I look forward to more. I know I am more sensitive than most, but I wish the language was cleaner and even the morality. Although it is terrific to see Raven fighting to overcome the weaknesses she had in the area of morality.

    13. Joy Gifford on said:

      Thoroughly enjoyed. Another good read from Jaimey. Raven and Tristan both grow and evolve well together, just wish there had been more to her missing past in way of an explanation of what occurred.

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