Down in Texas Bell owns a mansion that she has turned into a hotel. With cold drinks and tender care she helps people find their true loves and fix rocky relationships. In Seductions Spell Bell helps a variety of couples.
Bell has lived at Bell on the Bend for over a hundred years, but she appears to be in her twenties. Is there something special about the well that she has been drinking from since she was a little girl? Why do others not experience the same long life that Bell has from the well water? Will Bell finely find her true love after so many long years of helping others find love?
From the first chapter I was drawn into the world of Bell. She is such a loving lady and has that special spark that just weaves the world around her. Bell takes care of each of her guests with such special care and each of them leaves with that happy look on their faces. Lyn LaFleur has created a special place called Bell on the Bend that just has me wanting to visit and get myself a room. Who wouldn't want to spend a luxurious week at Bell on the Bend. This book is one you should definitely pick-up if you want something spicy, loving and totally sensual. I'll be looking out for more books by Ms. LaFleur as her work is totally gripping from page one till the end.
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There's something magical about Belle On The Bend, an antebellum mansion in North Texas. Located on the bend of the Rose River, it is the perfect getaway for men and women to find each other, or for couples to rediscover their love. The mansion's owner, Isabella Patricelli, believes in love and fate above all else. If two people are meant to be together, then they will be together. But if life intrudes and a couple has problems, Belle sees nothing wrong with her nudging things along in the right direction. Having an enchanted water well on her property doesn't hurt, either.