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Summary

Beautiful, flirtatious, and charming are just a few of the words that describe Layla O’Rifcan, and she is proud of them. She enjoys the art of flirting and entangling the hearts of handsome men with her own. But with her eyes set upon starting her new business, she might just miss the one man that could change her life for the better. 

Delaney Hawkins loves his job. Yes, he may be working too much, but he is happy with the direction his life is headed. All until he meets Layla O’Rifcan. The spunky O’Rifcan sister who bewitches him from the start has him trying to balance work with what he hopes to be a budding relationship. 

Two hearts. One chance. Can Layla and Delaney set aside their work and ambition to take a chance on love?

©2018 Katharine E. Hamilton (P)2019 Katharine E. Hamilton

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  • 10-04-20

Love Bewitches Him

Layla reminds me of fairies, leprechauns and Ireland, she loves people, she flirts, and wants everybody to be happy. She meets Delaney and he is all work and not much time for play. It is a fun, light and enjoyable. The audio added to it by Alex Black. Given audio for my voluntary review and my honest opinion