Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered

Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered Review

A Kind of Magic

Part-time witch, full-time glamorous high-flyer Esme Mcleod rubs shoulders with celebrities for a living, has a sort-of-boyfriend …and just enough magic in her fingertips to solve life’s little irritations; why shouldn’t she cast a little spell to catch the busy barman’s attention, or to summon a latte to aid her all-nighters?

Called back to her small Scottish home town and meddling family, stiletto-clad Esme is way out of her comfort zone… But Esme must embrace her abilities as a witch, or watch her family lose their beloved café.

Except Esme has never claimed to be a whizz at witchcraft, and her charms are starting to go awry - she certainly never meant to cast a love spell on her ex-boyfriend Jamie! It’s time for urgent lessons in magic as well as love – it seems there’s only so much that muttering a few words over cupcake batter will fix…

Title:Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered
Edition Language:English

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    Some Testimonial About This Book:

  • Rebecca Lesny

    A Sweet Little Story (that could do with some better editing)This book really was quite lovely, and certainly written with a lot of heart. Sadly it's another one of those ebooks that could do with som...

  • Krystyna

    Going back to the beginningA really terrific read. Family misunderstandings abound. Being asked to go home to help her mother when her aunt has to undertake cancer treatment is not what Esme wants. It...

  • Janet Wild

    Definitely is what the title saysOne very bewildered witch, who is bothered by the very fact she is a witch. Mix it all up with a touch of love, nasty businessman and easily influenced villagers. All ...

  • Leah

    When Kerry Barrett emailed me and asked if I’d like to review her Halloween chick lit release Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered, I thought it sounded really interesting and I gratefully accepted. W...

  • Joanne

    I was kindly sent the third book in the Could It Be Magic series by Kerry Barrett to review, having not read the first two I decided to start at the beginning of the story with Bewitched, Bothered and...

  • Fiona Wilson

    This is a nice lighthearted read with a nice storyline. It has a bit of humour within its pages also. The fact that most of the book is set in Scotland made me a fan from the start! But then again I a...

  • Pamela

    It was an easy read, pleasant but not overly taxing. The pace is plodding but speeds up at the end when you get all the revelations and answers and what not. I found the plot and development quite obv...

  • Jane

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It was an easy read and kept me engrossed from start to finish. Esme is a lawyer that wants nothing to do with her family. She is forced to go back home when her aunt i...

  • Amy Sperry

    Esme is a witch in denial. She gets pulled back into the family craft when her Aunt falls ill and she moves back home with her mom to help care for her and run the family business. I found this book t...

  • Aimee

    As soon as I started reading this book I couldn't put it down, but when I had to (apparently the children can't make their own dinner) it was a lovely treat to pick up again. I can't wait for the sequ...