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His interest in her was purely professional ...Or so he told himself. Nash Kirkland had sought out the alluring Morgana Donovan to help him research his latest screenplay, though the hardheaded skeptic didn't believe for a minute she was what she professed to be. But, as Morgana revealed herself to him, Nash found himself falling under her bewitching spell. Nash had never trusted his feelings and always kept them in check. So how could he be sure the irresistible passion he felt for Morgana was real and not just some conjurer's trick?

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  • Paperback | 300 pages
  • 108 x 174 x 24mm | 181.44g
  • Harlequin (UK)
  • M & B
  • Richmond, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0263872319
  • 9780263872316
  • 5,864

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Captivated is the first of the Donovan Legacy series by Nora Roberts. Morgana Donovan is one of three cousins born to triplets married to triplets: the Donovan brothers married the Corrigan sisters. All have special gifts: Morgana is a witch and runs a shop called WICA in her hometown, Monterey. Nash Kirkland, a man with a troubled childhood, researches and writes screenplays for movies about the supernatural. He has just moved to Monterey and intends to use Morgana as a source for his next movie, one about witchcraft. Of course they fall in love, but Nash doesn't want to be in love, and is convinced she has cast a spell on him. Whilst I believe in recycling, the last chapter is virtually a carbon copy of that in The Perfect Neighbour, in the MacGregor series by Roberts, or, actually, this one must have been the template for that last chapter, as this one was published some 7 years earlier. The later work is definitely an improvement on this one. The characters and dialogue are good, the plot fairly standard if you ignore the witch part, but the action is a little bit slow. Interesting early Roberts more
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