Bewitching the Baron

Bewitching the Baron Valerian had learned long before that she would never marry While the townsfolk of her Yorkshire village were grateful for her abilities the price of her gift was solitude But it had never bothered h

Valerian had learned long before that she would never marry While the townsfolk of her Yorkshire village were grateful for her abilities, the price of her gift was solitude But it had never bothered her until now.Nathaniel Warrington was the new baron of Ravenall, and he d never wanted anything the way he desired his people s enigmatic healer Her exotic beauty fanned flValerian had learned long before that she would never marry While the townsfolk of her Yorkshire village were grateful for her abilities, the price of her gift was solitude But it had never bothered her until now.Nathaniel Warrington was the new baron of Ravenall, and he d never wanted anything the way he desired his people s enigmatic healer Her exotic beauty fanned flames in him that felt unnaturally fierce Their first kiss flared hotter still.Opposed by those who sought to destroy her compelled by a love that would never die, Nathaniel fought to earn the lone beauty s trust Valerian would learn the only thing dangerous or heavenly than bewitching a baron, was being bewitched by one.When a beautiful but lonely healer meets the handsome and mysterious Baron Ravenall, she discovers true love.
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  • Paranormal Romance says:

    The hero has been banished to a country estate after a very public scandal involving a dead lover and a bastard child. Overall, he's a kind natured man but honestly a tad selfish as well. He doesn't think so much about the consequences his actions wrought and repeats past mistakes by taking a lover of lower rank with no intention to marry them. The heroine is a local witch that the villagers somewhat rely on because of her healing abilities but never trust. They are very quick to accuse her of a [...]

  • Rayne Rockwell says:

    When I first picked up this book, I confess that I thought it was going to be a simple, guilty pleasure romance novel. In its own way, it kind of was, however, in addition to the romance, there were many other, deeper elements that made this book impossible to put down. Social classes, witch hunts, and all the other drama that went along with life in late 16th century England make this a book that, while not exactly great literature, a very compelling read.

  • Desi says:

    Quirky, enjoyable, emotional. I quite liked it. And I adored the raven. I never knew they could talk, (Cue YouTube playlist of video after video of talking ravens. Curse you book! I swear that diversion almost took more time than reading the darn thing).Lines I like- “She was too cautious of his affection to risk putting another load upon it.”------“She knew everything that had happened today, but it was as if the connection between that knowledge and her heart had been blocked. She could [...]

  • Lynn Calvin says:

    ereader ebook

  • Seema says:

    Interesting story, witchcraft and healing mixed in people's mind, heroine was a lovely character, hero not that interesting.

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