A Bewitching Bride

Author: Elizabeth Thornton

Publisher: Penguin


Category: Fiction

Page: 320

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When those around her begin meeting tragic fates, Kate Cameron knows she's next-until she's rescued by psychic Gavin Hepburn. But after a night of hiding together, Kate is branded a fallen woman and forced into marriage with Gavin-an arrangement that suits Gavin's purpose to do anything it takes to keep Kate safe from a killer haunting her past. For this enigmatic and lonely beauty has become the unexpected love of his life.

'A Bewitching Sequel'

Author: Tina Griffith

Publisher: AuthorHouse


Category: Reference

Page: 408

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This whimsical, curiously charming, enchanting story, takes place twenty years after the ending of “The Handsome Farmhouse Ghost”. Echo Hudson is all grown up in this sequel and now becomes the new Head Witch. But before that fabulous event can take place, people die, others get wed, glorious spells get conjured up, and powerful ingredients for potions get mixed together and are then put into action. Yes, we are talking about witches, warlocks and angry sorcerers. Some of the same characters from the first installment are brought back in this story, and we are lucky enough to be introduced to new ones. At times, the storyline to ‘A Bewitching Sequel’ is intriguing, spellbinding, and makes you feel like you are hanging on the edge of a cliff. It is also amusing, comical, and wonderfully entertaining. It’s a page-turner that has you craving to find out how it’s all going to end. With the final words on the last page, you will then want to know what happens next. Tina is an award-winning author who began writing romance novels in 2005. She touches your heart and connects you with her characters from the first page. She brings you into the storyline and makes you feel like you are part of the plot.

The Bewitching Braid

Proceedings of a Memorial Symposium in Honour of Sir Charles Maurice Yonge

Author: David Brookshaw

Publisher: Hong Kong University Press


Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 212

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The Bewitching Braid, set in Macau in the 1930s, is a tale of forbidden love between a Macanese boy from a privileged family in the 'Christian' city and a beautiful water-seller from the 'Chinese' quarter of Cheok Chai Un. Against a background of small-town prejudice, the story traces the trials and tribulations of the couple in their attempts to be accepted in their respective communities and to understand each other across their cultural divides. The novel is a look into the inner world of the Eurasian inhabitants of the city, and their relationship with their Chinese and Portuguese legacies. Here, Senna Fernandes depicts the emergence of a new, more liberal Macao, in which its Portuguese and Chinese traditions are harmonized by true love. The original Portuguese version, A Tranca Feiticeira, was made into a successful film in 1997.

Romance Fiction

A Guide to the Genre

Author: Kristin Ramsdell

Publisher: ABC-CLIO


Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 719

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Presents a comprehensive guide for librarians and readers' advisors, provides a brief history of the romance novel, and offers reading lists and subgenre definitions.

The book of Magna Carta

Author: Geoffrey Hindley

Publisher: Constable & Company Limited


Category: History

Page: 224

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Rubens and his women

Author: Dagmar Feghelm

Publisher: Prestel Pub


Category: Art

Page: 94

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This Pegasus flexi original explores images of the women in Rubens' life as depicted by one of the world's most passionate painters. More than thirty color reproductions of Rubens' portraits are united by the theme of women; the faces and bodies of his wi

Newcomen address

Author: Newcomen Society (Great Britain). American Branch



Category: Transportation


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