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Constance O'Day-Flannery

Genre: Time Travel, Paranormal/Urban Fantasy

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Become BEWITCHED By Constance O'Day-Flannery!

I don't know how to say this without sounding weird, so I'll just write it. I love women... there. I love the bonding of friends that leads to sisterhood-where appearance, status, race, creed and DNA don't even enter into the equation. There is something so natural and nourishing about this bond that I can't imagine life without it. I also can't take full credit for writing Bewitched for so many of the emotions and even dialogue came from the minds and hearts of my treasured friends over the years.

Suzanne Griffin and Leslie Peterson stumble through Bewitched, a time-travel where two friends bond together, la "Witches of Eastwick," and tamper with the Force of Love in order to find Mr. Right. The basis for their foray into the unknown is one friend's love for the other-and love is what makes magic real.

Suzanne Griffin's life changes forever the night that Ian Stewart Chandler lands in her attic.

Suddenly, there he is...a lawyer from the turn-of-the-century and a dead ringer for Timothy Dalton. So what if he's younger than Suzanne, a chauvinist to the core, and mad as hell for being jettisoned a hundred years ahead of his time? Nobody's perfect.

Now, Suzanne doesn't know whether she and Leslie have the power to send him back -- or even if they want to. Besides he's in love with another woman who lived in 1872! Suzanne is not pleased with her friend or her unwelcome house guest. The two have turned her life upside down, and are driving her toward a nervous breakdown. This really can't be happening. So then why is she so attracted to the man, and why is Leslie's advice starting to make sense? All she wanted was some companionship to fill the void that's been in her life and to find that missing link in the chain of happiness.

What Suzanne eventually finds is a love powerful enough to cross two lifetimes. But does she have the courage and strength needed to accept it?

I am so proud to write about love, the most powerful force in the universe. Of course, women have always known that. That's why most of us are eternal optimists where love is concerned; we know how potent it is. And that's why I chose to write romance. I love to stretch my imagination and to ask my readers to leave their disbelief at the door and buckle their seat belts while I take them on a wild ride into their minds. I am forever grateful to those adventurous souls who have encouraged me along the way. To those friends and readers I extend a humble thank you. So far, it's been one hell of a ride!

Letter to: P.O. Box 1504, Delran, NJ 08075. SASE please for a reply.

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