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The Guardian's Witch by Ruth A. Casie


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Also by Ruth A. Casie:

Timeless Keepsakes, November 2013
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The Guardian's Witch, July 2013
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The Guardian's Witch, July 2013
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The Guardian's Witch
Ruth A. Casie

Carina Press
July 2013
On Sale: July 1, 2013
ISBN: 1426895771
EAN: 9781426895777
Kindle: B00CC68G88
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Hardcover (July 2013)

Romance Historical

England, 1290

Lord Alex Stelton can't resist a challenge, especially one with a prize like this: protect a castle on the Scottish border for a year, and it's his. Desperate for land of his own, he'll do anything to win the estate—even enter a proxy marriage to Lady Lisbeth Reynolds, the rumored witch who lives there.

Feared and scorned for her second sight, Lisbeth swore she'd never marry, but she is drawn to the handsome, confident Alex. She sees great love with him but fears what he would think of her gift and her visions of a traitor in their midst.

Despite his own vow never to fall in love, Alex can't get the alluring Lisbeth out of his mind and is driven to protect her when attacks begin on the border. But as her visions of danger intensify, Lisbeth knows it is she who must protect him. Realizing they'll secure their future only by facing the threat together, she must choose between keeping her magic a secret and losing the man she loves.


20 comments posted.

Re: The Guardian's Witch

I really enjoyed reading your posting this morning. I had no idea how much was involved as far as the beliefs of a Witch went. It was very enlightening, and actually gave me a new found respect for them. I'm looking forward to reading your book, and have it down on my TBR list for the Summer. It sounds like it will be a good story to follow, now that I see Witches in a different lightI'm sure it will do well. The cover is well done, too!!
(Peggy Roberson 9:27am June 22, 2013)

@Peggy Roberson

I enjoyed the research and even took a class on witchcraft to
get a better understanding. I'm so glad you enjoyed the post.
Have a wonderful weekend!
Ruth Casie 9:32am June 22, 2013)

Very interesting post, Ruth. I liked the blub as well. I tweeted.
Ella Quinn 10:33am June 22, 2013)

Spells are an intention put forth into the universe, at times a celebration, at times an emotional need - there is so much about "wise women" beliefs, thinking, and even treatment - that works across the bounds of other religions, of medical treatments, of spiritualism. There is symbolism too that crosses the lines. It is sad to think of the stigma that was (and still is) attached to The Craft.
Carla Carlson 11:00am June 22, 2013)

Interesting reading! I would love to read the book, as well!
Linda Brennan 11:08am June 22, 2013)

I tend to agree that what goes around comes around - you call it paying it forward. Good luck with the book.
Clare O'Beara 11:13am June 22, 2013)

I really liked this post and it gave me a good feeling. I like to read books "that carry me away".
Leona Olson 3:57pm June 22, 2013)

Interesting post; I look forward to reading the book.
Janie McGaugh 4:50pm June 22, 2013)

@Ella Quinn - Thanks for stopping by, leaving a comment and
Ruth Casie 5:05pm June 22, 2013)

@Carla Carlson - People are skeptical, if not fear, what they
do not know or cannot comprehend. There is so much to be
learned if we can keep an open mind about a lot of things. My
research for this book was exciting and thought provoking...
and I found new friends.
Ruth Casie 5:08pm June 22, 2013)

@Linda Brennan - I'm glad you liked the post. If you do read
The Guardian's Witch, please stop by my blog
( or facebook page and let me know
how you liked it.
Ruth Casie 5:10pm June 22, 2013)

@Clare O'Beara - Yes, whatever we call it, I truly believe
that helping others has its rewards.I'm glad we think alike.
Ruth Casie 5:12pm June 22, 2013)

@Leona Olson - I'm so glad you liked the post. I too like
books that carry you away to another time and place.
Ruth Casie 5:14pm June 22, 2013)

@Janie McGaugh - Thanks for leaving a comment. Please stop by
my blog or facebook page and let me know how you liked the
Ruth Casie 5:17pm June 22, 2013)

The seven belief's are things that everyone should be living by. I guess there should be a little witch in all of us.
Annetta Sweetko 9:59pm June 22, 2013)

@Annetta Sweetko - I totally agree!
Ruth Casie 12:03pm June 23, 2013)

Hi Ruth, I love the "to do and not do" list for casting spells. I look forward to reading your book!
Michele Mannon 8:40am June 23, 2013)

@Michele Mannon - I'm glad you like it. I found myself
saying the same thing Annetta said, these are principles to
live by. I hope you enjoy the read. Let me know how you like
it when you're done. You can reach me on my blog

Enjoy the rest of the weekend!
Ruth Casie 11:22am June 23, 2013)

I've never researched witches and witchcraft before, but your
post has made me very interested. As someone else said, we
should all live by that list, whether or not we believe in
Jana Richards 3:02pm June 23, 2013)

@Jana Richards - Amen!
Ruth Casie 4:59pm June 24, 2013)

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