Beautiful Strangers

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Be careful what you wish for - it might come true!
When rich bitch gynaecologist Hyacinth Dickinson casts a spell for her perfect woman, a lover to match her desire for danger, diamonds and sex, she is bewitched when the beautiful, innocent Beth McConnell turns up at a garden party she is hosting. For the first time in her complicated life Hyacinth falls in love. More

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About Ellen Dean

Ellen Dean was born in County Durham, England and now lives in North Yorkshire.

Ellen is the owner of Cheeky Monkey Productions and is an award winning businesswoman. She enjoys writing fiction and non-fiction and is a highly regarded Neuro Linguistic Programming Practitioner (NLP MASC) and a Feng Shui Consultant who works with individuals, home owners, small businesses and some of the world's top business entrepreneurs.

She has a wicked sense of humour . . . (you should hear her tale about being abducted by aliens!) . . . enjoys amateur dramatics, strumming her guitar, walking, the occasional round of golf, and making an exhibition of herself on

On the serious side Ellen has a huge interest in metaphysics, especially remote viewing. She is a conservationist who actively supports our endangered orang-utans, and encourages everyone to support Mother Nature and do their bit to help sustain Planet Earth.

Ellen is a Patron of Albert Kennedy Trust and Anxious Minds UK.

Before she penned her first novel Ellen wrote features for national magazines and regional newspapers. She is a regular blogger, and is active on twitter, facebook and linkedin!

Ellen's quote: 'Think Champagne, Drink Champagne'


Beautiful Strangers
Bewitching Dr Hyacinth Dickinson has it all, but wants more. More money, more diamonds, her perfect woman. When she meets Beth McConnell she believes Beth is The One brought to her by using magic. But is she? Will Beth succumb to Hyacinth's charms or will she allow her own true powers to flow.

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Review by: BM Rooks on Oct. 16, 2011 :
I thought this book is quite bad. Spend your time on other books.
(reviewed 8 months after purchase)

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