Bewitch a Man: How to Find Him and Keep Him Under Your Spell

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Gallery Books, Sep 26, 2006 - Family & Relationships - 224 pages
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Sometimes Cupid needs a kick in the pants. For every woman tired of waiting for the right man to come along, Bewitch a Man is a fun, empowering manual that shows you how to conjure him up fast. Playboy model, actress, and real-life witch Fiona Horne combines effective, easy-to-master spells and magical know-how with candid, practical advice that will help readers look, feel, and behave like the bewitching creatures they were born to be!
Unlike witchcraft, "bewitchery" needs no casting circles, sacred altars, or black robes (that Goth look is mighty unflattering, anyhow). Bewitchery is a simple, positive way to find love by making confident choices and harnessing the incredible female power within. Horne's infectiously vibrant prose encourages women to channel their will, energy, and passion in order to cast enchantments that really work. She provides charms and spells for every scenario-making a dream guy appear, bringing a straying lover back to the fold, warding off a potential rival, and more-and also outlines sensuous rituals and erotic exercises such as Morning Magical Massage and Afternoon Aphrodisiac Attack that will keep a relationship sizzling.
With illuminating quizzes and charts, humorous sidebars, and the kind of warm, wise advice you'd get from your smartest girlfriend, Bewitch a Man is a perfect gift from one woman to another, and a great anytime present for any woman to give herself.

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User Review  - Halsey Hollopeter - Goodreads

Paganism is a lifetime learning experience, not a fun hobby. I'll let you in on a secret - any author that includes the Wiccan Rede on one page, and Hexes on the next, is a waste of time. Any author ... Read full review

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User Review  - M - Goodreads

I read this already, but it's embarrasing..she should have called it medicine women or healers or something..witch is the male label. wanted to see what she was talking about, actually now we know how angelina jolie got brad pitt uner her thumb, bed and everything else. Interesting. Read full review


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Fiona Horne is the author of several books on witchcraft. She is also an actress and has appeared on Mad Mad House and as a guest celebrity in Playboy.

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