Spellbound in Seattle by Garthia Anderson

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Petra Field did not have a magical one in her body, but it did not take a crystal ball to see disaster loomed. With enchanted blood on her carpet, a house full of Merlin-wannabes unable to clean it up, a petulant at, and house guests scheduled to arrive momentarily, she needed a miracle. She got a wizard, a whole lot of unwanted sparks, and a man-sized hole in the living room - a hole into which her feline promptly disappeared. Vorador hadn't felt so incompetent since his days as an untried sorcerer. The girl who leapt after her cat and into his arms cause his simplest spells to backfire - quite literally setting his hair ablaze. But it was another part of his anatomy altogether that burned for that saucy blonde. And though she claimed to be no conjurer, he knew that he'd never felt as bewitched as he did now, for Petra had a mesmerizing energy of her own: love.

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Published April 12, 2012 by Garthia Anderson. 309 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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Field had the ill fortune to be born to .

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Vorador and Petra absolutely rub .

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