Spellbound - Nora Roberts


By Nora Roberts

  • Release Date: 2005-09-27
  • Genre: Contemporary
4 Score: 4 (From 1,654 Ratings)


#1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts spins a tale that blurs the boundaries between reality and fantasy as a man and woman discover just how deep their bond lies—and how some dreams are meant to be…

While on a much-needed vacation in Ireland, world-famous photographer Calin Farrell is bewitched by the ravishingly beautiful Bryna Torrence, even if he refuses to believe in the spell that has brought them together—and could destroy them both...

Spellbound previously appeared in Once Upon a Castle.


  • Great Book!

    By Susan_15
    I read it completely while on a 3 hr flight back home. It was a great book.
  • Spellbound

    By A Diane Palmer fan
    Is a wonderful modern fairytale come true.
  • Spellbound

    By shirleygurl
    Nora Roberts book spellbound is a awesome read... Well all her books are!👍🏻
  • Spell Bound

    By Liliana's favorite books
    As I read all of Nora Roberts book more than once. She writes as no other, keeps you entertained page after page, and makes you laugh and cry. She is simply the best!!!!!
  • Powerful

    By Judith Ann Rynn
    This book keeps you on pins and needles,which turns out to be one exciting book.
  • Spellbound

    By Ab Isaac
    Could not put the book down.
  • Review of spellbound

    By VGailSmith
    I thoroughly enjoyed reading this novel by Nora Roberts. This story kept my interest from beginning to end. I will look forward to reading another Nora Roberts novel. Gail
  • Total Silly Fantasy

    By Sue Whalen
    Thankfully short. A touch of the paranormal MAY be okay, but this story was total fluff.
  • Spellbound

    By Kabewil
    Enjoyed this quick read.
  • Short but good!

    By China Tea Lady
    This story was much shorter than I thought as I bought it on my iPad and didn't notice the number of pages. So if you're looking for a shorter-read, this is a really good one! It really left me guessing the ending and I'm pretty good at figuring them out! What I liked about this book is it reeled in some modern-day linked with the old Irish past, witches, etc., which gave it a bit of believability.