While building a wilderness trail for a new five-star resort in Spellbound Falls, underachieving playboy Alec MacKeage rescues a beautiful woman who is being chased by kidnappers and agrees to let her hide out with him for a few days. Read more...
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While building a wilderness trail for a new five-star resort in Spellbound Falls, underachieving playboy Alec MacKeage rescues a beautiful woman who is being chased by kidnappers and agrees to let her hide out with him for a few days. But when those days stretch past a week, Alec finds himself fighting his attraction to the mysterious Jane Smith--despite knowing the woman isn't who she claims to be. Then again, neither is he...
On the run from her own life, Jane is really Carolina Oceanus--and she'll do anything to avoid the six ancient-minded men her father has brought to Maine to vie for her hand in marriage. But as the maddening competition heats up, Carolina realizes that she'll have to come clean to Alec, the seductive loner who's managed to capture her heart...
- ISBN-13: 9780515151060
- ISBN-10: 0515151068
- Publisher: Jove Books
- Publish Date: August 2012
- Page Count: 295
- Reading Level: Ages 18-UP
- Dimensions: 6.7 x 4.1 x 0.9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 0.35 pounds
Series: Spellbound Falls Romances
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2012-07-23
- Reviewer: Staff
The third Spellbound Falls paranormal contemporary (after Charmed by His Love) is full of intrigue and passion. When mysterious and beautiful Jane Smith suddenly appears in the wilderness near Alec MacKeage’s temporary home, he is stunned but smitten. After he fights off the two men chasing her, she begs to remain hidden with him. He agrees, and despite her reticence, it doesn’t take long for Alec to learn more about her and her past. As they begin relying upon each other for more than just food and shelter, they recognize each other’s inner strength and deep loyalty. But when Jane’s supernatural family tracks her down, Alec and Jane must re-evaluate their thoughts of a future together. The ambiguous nature of Chapman’s magical world may confuse readers, and an abundance of repeated phrases is grating, but the engaging plot and red-hot romance are satisfying. (Sept.)