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

Fiona Horne
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11 Nov 2006
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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  • Hardcover: 192 pages
  • Publisher: Simon Spotlight Entertainment (11 Nov 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1416914749
  • ISBN-13: 978-1416914747
  • Product Dimensions: 18.1 x 13.5 x 2.3 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 817,153 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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2.0 out of 5 stars The Satanic Witch was RIGHT all along! 21 July 2007
By Gemma
In Bewitch a Man on pages 88 and 89, the information that Fiona gives Women on ways of dressing (ie: Skirts, V-Neck Sweaters, Pantyhose, Make-up) is the SAME information from Anton LaVey's book The Satanic Witch.

In one of Fiona's other books (A Magickal Journey; a Hip Guide of Modern Witchcraft) in the Book Witch Section she states The Satanic Witch by Anton Szandor LaVey as "Bloody Stupid!" guess NOT eh? (Of course aslong as its for your own book, it's not)!
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By Hels
This book was recommended to me by a slightly kookie friend of mine.... at least I thought she was kookie! This book is such a positive uplifting read I'd recommend it to anyone. Having recently had my heart broken I was struggling to put the pieces back together. I might not be running out to cast a spell on any new man for quite some time (or ever) but this book has made me feel happier and more confident that anything else for a long time..... so if like me you buy it and suddenly find yourself doing things you never imagined you would - don't be too cynical just go with it and see how you feel.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Enjoyable but... 27 Nov 2009
By Kay - Published on Amazon.com
I honestly did enjoy this book, both reading it and picking at its flaws. I picked it up after I had been screwed around by a guy when I was sixteen. It made made laugh, although it struck me as a little sexist sometimes, I forgave it because it helped me feel better. I am glad that even at sixteen I was able to separate the good and bad parts of this book and not accept it as the correct way to treat men. Neither sex should have power over the other, and unfortunately this book promotes the idea that women should (and do) have power over men.

I do like the fact that book is not a "fluffy bunny" book, and that it includes some not so nice spells like the "drive by ritual". I picked the book up because when I flipped thorough it I noticed the "let it go" ritual, which I used and found to be effective. I also like that the book encourages people to love themselves before expecting someone else to love them. The style of writing bugs me slightly, because it's so informal and comfortable feeling it is sometimes hard to notice the sexism that creeps into the book in parts.

If you want a (mostly) light book that provides spells and encourages you to love yourself and be more confident, then you'll probably like this. I would however keep in mind that this book has its mildly sexist and generally snarky moments.
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4.0 out of 5 stars More good than bad 9 Jan 2007
By ShadowOwl - Published on Amazon.com
I received this book as a Christmas gift, and am almost finished, but wished to share my thoughts. Fiona Horne is very important to me as her book "Witch: a personal journey" (published in Australia) actually set me on my Witchy path, so I will always have a soft spot for her.

I enjoy the way that Fiona writes, as if it was a conversaton with your girlfriend, but I think maybe living in LA has changed Fiona into dropping famous people's names more often, which is a shame, but I guess that is LA. Also, I am a bit disapointed in the underlining theme of the book that females have "power over" men, and that this book will help you increase that power. Yes males have had power over females for too long a time in history, but we should know be viewing the sexes as equal.

That aside, I love the section on "Poetry in motion" on page 112 and will use that myself, aswell as the "Let it go" ritual on page 103. All rituals you can use in your everyday life. Also the story on Yhi in the introduction is a must-read for all Witches, and Fiona's explanation of how a spell works expresses her breadth of knowledge. Even though the title suggests this is a "fluffy" book, Fiona Horne is not a "fluffy" witch.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Blessed be us female witches! 20 April 2009
By Shyfilly - Published on Amazon.com
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I completely adore Fiona Horne I have all of her books. Her writing style conveys her personality and so she makes her books easy to relate too. She is very fun and goofy as well as very bewitching and beautiful.

I love that she focuses a lot on self loving before getting into finding someone else to love you. She also places a lot of emphasis on not choosing a particular person, but instead reflecting on the qualities you want in a partner and asking for someone who is right for you and fits the qualities you find most appealing.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars How to bewitch a man 12 May 2008
By Meli - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
I just started this book and was struck by a statement Fiona made regarding one way that women have been kept out of their power...by keeping them unhappy and unfulfilled in love. I see this ALL THE TIME with women and would like to see womankind as a whole return to our power, in a sharing, sisterhood type of fashion, rather than rivalry.

I will post further upon completion of this book.

In the meantime, women re-unite!
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