Bewitching Hour

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Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
(18+) An Erotic Adult Fairy Tale . . .

12th century Britain: Eirik Laurenbrogue is born during the bewitching hour and with frightening deformities. He is forced to live in the shadows for he terrifies all who dare look upon him.

One night he happens upon a beautiful maiden in the woods who is the key to whether he remains the monster of Laurenbrogue Manse or becomes the Young Master of it. More
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About Catharina Shields

Catharina has always enjoyed storytelling that has evolved from hand-drawn comic strips, to creating hand-puppets, "Meemies and Fluffies", for her siblings' morning puppet show, to writing stories in longhand in spirals armed with only a pen while dreaming of a day when she'd own a typewriter.

Today, in her Southern California home near the mountains, she can't live without her computer and she now enjoys storytelling via her e-books, specializing in mystery, drama, and paranormal romance.

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Review by: Natt little on Dec. 01, 2013 :
Amazing read! The story takes so many turns, so entrancing. Didn't think i would like it cause its a bit different form what i usually read, but couldn't be happier i read it!
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Review by: Cassie Black on Nov. 08, 2013 :
Unbelievably well written. This story drags you straight in, the writing is evocative and entertaining at the same time, the characters believable and lustful and flawed.
I read the whole thing in one sitting, and will definitely be reading more from this talented writer.
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Review by: Pam Quinn on Aug. 14, 2013 :
I just finished reading this book once i started i had to finish it to the end it really had me enthralled full of lust real heartbreak and a maigical undercurrant that nearly swept me under cannot wait to read more of Catharinas work she really is a brilliant writer
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