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8 thoughts on “Witchstone

  1. says:

    Straightforward story of the rich son of the manor meeting a newcomer to the village and falling instantly in love He breaks his engagement and pursues the heroine His family is outraged and tries to keep them apart – even after

  2. says:

    Loved this book This was sweet story about seventeen year old Ashley who moves to new town after death of her father to live with her aunt's family Three months living with them she meets her cousin Mark's friend Jake Seton

  3. says:

    Another great story by Anne MatherWitchstone presents a innocent and driven heroine Ashley Calder whose life stumbles after she meets the sophisticated and handsome hero Jake Seton who also are engaged to be married It is clear as her cousin saidJake simply has to find any excuse to be near Ashley and he is not afraid to show itThe plot is kinda similar to another AM romance which is Act of Possession which is much betterIn Witc

  4. says:

    It was a pretty typical meet and fall in love at first sight but fight the connection novel I did enjoy it greatly it was one of he better ones I've read However I didn't uite like it all the way I wanted angst and passion

  5. says:

    A good read where the h and H meet and instant attraction He's much older wealthy the only son and oops engaged to someone else He starts chasing the h She's only 17 uite innocent and unsure of how to handle his attentions He's persistent and slowly breaks her down in spite of her reservations Then there's a broken engagement car crash lot

  6. says:

    He wanted her but did he love her?Jake Seton was all wrong for Ashley Calder He was too old too sophisticated too wealthy his social sphere too far from her own And he was engaged to be marriedEven her cousin Karen had seen the signs and warned Ashley Be careful won't you? He's less vulnerable and experienced than you Don't get involved with himSo forget him Ashley kept telling herself and honestly tried The trouble w

  7. says:

    And yet another favorite

  8. says:

    She's no chicken to be worrrying about which coop she ueens it in This is in reference to the OW Barbara St John Forrest That name

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M her own And he was engaged to be marriedEven her cousin Karen had seen the signs and warned Ashley Be careful won't you He's less vulnerable and exp. Another great story by Anne MatherWitchstone presents a innocent and driven heroine Ashley Calder whose life stumbles after she meets the sophisticated and handsome hero Jake Seton who also are engag

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He wanted her but did he love herJake Seton was all wrong for Ashley Calder He was too old too sophisticated too wealthy his social sphere too far fro. Straightforward story of the rich son of the manor meeting a newcomer to the village and falling instantly in love He breaks his engagement and pursues the heroine His family is outraged and tries to The Eagle & the Nightingales (Bardic Voices, rich son of the manor meeting a newcomer to the village and falling instantly in love He breaks his engagement and pursues the heroine His family is outraged and tries to

read Ä eBook or Kindle ePUB Ê Anne Mather

Erienced than you Don't get involved with himSo forget him Ashley kept telling herself and honestly tried The trouble was that Jake wouldn't forget he. He wanted her but did he love herJake Seton was all wrong for Ashley Calder He was too old too sophisticated too wealthy his social sphere too far from her own And he was engaged to be marriedEven h

  • Paperback
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  • Witchstone
  • Anne Mather
  • English
  • 09 July 2017
  • 9780373101108

About the Author: Anne Mather

Mildred Grieveson was born on October in England She had written all through her infant and junior years and on into her teens the stories changing from children's adventures to torrid gypsy passions Her mother used to gather these up from time to time when her bedroom became too untidy and dispose of themMildred has always wanted to write which is not to say she has always wanted.