The Would-be Witch (Enchanted Heiresses Book 1)

The Would-be Witch (Enchanted Heiresses Book 1)

Miranda Wilton seemingly has everything, birth, breeding and beauty, yet she finds herself on the threshold of spinsterhood. Because she carries the heritage of the Merlin, her family demands she marry among those who share his supernatural blood, but no mage will willingly wed a woman without magical powers. When the cards predict that a wedding is possible, Miranda agrees to brave the social whirl of a London Season.
Adam, Lord Brand, has dedicated himself to unmasking London’s legions of frauds who fleece the gullible by claiming to traffic in the mystical world. Miranda poses an intriguing conundrum. Unlike most charlatans, she claims no powers of her own, seeks no financial gain, but she truly believes that magic exists. Adam is determined to prove that her faith in enchantment is a misbegotten fairy tale. But as the skeptic lord finds himself falling under Miranda’s spell, he begins to acknowledge that there might very well be forces that transcend his understanding and that love is the greatest power of them all.

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Genres: Fantasy, Historical Romance
ASIN: B08QMJXBJ6
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Rita Boucher

Rita Boucher has written award-winning Regency romances for Avon Books and Signet, garnering multiple Golden Leaf awards, Romantic Times' award for Best Regency, and a nomination for RWA's Golden Heart. Now that her children are successfully launched and she has achieved the esteemed status of Grandma-dom, Rita Boucher is returning to the world of the Beau Monde. Miss Gabriel's Gambit is her first journey into the universe of e-books. She promises more revised editions of her seven previously out-of-print novels and the tempting prospect of tales of the Ton that have yet to be told.

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