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  • Author:
    Constance O'Day-Flannery
  • ISBN:
    0821749609
  • ISBN13:
    978-0821749609
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  • Publisher:
    Zebra (August 1, 1995)
  • Subcategory:
    Transportation
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  • FB2 format
    1997 kb
  • ePUB format
    1989 kb
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    1166 kb
  • Rating:
    4.5
  • Votes:
    370
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. When her New Age friend decides to summon an ideal lover for her from another century, Ian Stewart Chandler-an extremely chauvinistic lawyer who is angry at being transported to the future-arrives and Suzanne Griffin must decide whether or not to send him back or lose the love of a lifetime.

Constance O'Day-Flannery is an American author of romance novels. Constance O'Day-Flannery has never taken a writing course or attended college. She began writing when her son entered school. While reading romance novels during her recovery from a hysterectomy, O'Day-Flannery began to think about the type of book she would want to read. She finished her manuscript 18 months later and sold it quickly.

Constance O'Day-Flannery has never taken a writing course or attended college. She began writing in 1986 when her son entered school.

If there's one thing Suzanne and her New Age friend Leslie agree on, it's. She finished her manuscript 18 months late Constance O'Day-Flannery is a best-selling American author of romance novels.

Constance O'Day-Flannery. Suzanne McDermott is a strong, modern woman. Constance O'Day-Flannery. a guest from the past. The last thing Charles Garrity remembers was being shot and falling into the ocean off the New Jersey shore. She had always pictured something more glamorous, more exciting.

well - that is just silly

well - that is just silly. then jump in and escape. Truth be told - I read this book long before I ever met my husband and as a twenty something - I made a little spice "mix" of my own.

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Constance O'Day-Flannery - the complete book list. Constance O'Day-Flannery never took a writing class or attended college. Once her son entered school she began writing. O'Day-Flannery read romance novels to think about what she would want from one. After finishing her first novel, it was quickly published. She has published over twenty novels and is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author. O'Day-Flannery is perhaps best known for revolutionizing the paranormal romance genre with her popular time-travel books.

Bewitched by Constance O'Day-Flannery. Paperback 9780821761267). She has a way of taking characters out of the mold some writers put them in and breathing life into them. The men don't always react the same in her books to where you are reading the same book, just different title.

Accepting a New Age friend's offer to conjure up a dream lover, Suzanne Griffin is amazed when turn-of-the-century lawyer Ian Stewart Chandler is catapulted forward in time and convinces Suzanne that chivalry is not dead. Original.

Jieylau
Book is In great shape, it is easy to read.
Liarienen
I was looking for a light positive read with a happy ending, so I picked this book up. Although it can be predictable at times, it was a really good read with a happy ending, which is exactly what i was looking for. So basically what happens is a forty something year old woman is tired being alone. Her bff comes over and decides to do a love spell which works and brings a man through the portals of time and space one hundred years to their present time. It was a cute story with a bit of humor throughout.
Gardall
First of all, I liked the premise of the book. The conjuring up of a perfect man who happend to be from another century could have been more entertaining than it was. It was hard to keep interest in the story because there was too much thrown in the mix. For example, the character Rahmin served reading their astrological charts was unnecessary and did not add to the mystery of reincarnation.

The second problem I had was that Suzanne could be such an irritating, unlikeable character. Towards the end I wanted to strangle her. The romance in the book was poorly written and the character of Ian seemed to disappear for awhile towards the end.

Like another poster, I would like to re-write the book.
Global Progression
If I didn't like the subject of spells and "what-ifs I would give this book a one, but since I do...
The main female character is so weak it's unbelievable. She annoys me, and I (being like her friend) wouldn't like her in real-life situations. Ian is so oppionated that they deserve each other. Every time she has a minuate by herself, she's thinking he's a theif robbing her... PLEASE, spare me, no wonder she's single.
This book just made me want to re-write it the way I want to have it be. I'll call it "Single chick get reality check and stops being so uptight"
Thordibandis
Hey - I am reading the reviews here of a book that I adore and the reviews are unkind and I think, unfair. This book is pure fantasy. For readers who are reading a book about time travel to say that casting a spell to make your perfect man is silly,.....well - that is just silly. If you are reading and willing to escape...then jump in and escape. Truth be told - I read this book long before I ever met my husband and as a twenty something - I made a little spice "mix" of my own. This book is magic and whimsy and tons of fun. Read and enjoy......
sobolica
this book is so bad I cant even finish it. Its so bad I am compelled to write my first review ever. I knew it was bad when the protagonist was hot for LETTERMAN in the first chapter. But i kept slogging through the drivel hoping for a little action. after countless pages of self pity & depression...DEPRESSION! Lets just say there was baffling pity nookie. not even nookie, i dont know what that was. this book is going in the trash, i cant inflict it on anyone else.