I started reading this story, not expecting much more than the usual romance. Enjoyable, but nothing unusual. Thankfully I was wrong! I smiled and giggled while reading chapter one, and knew Ghost Lover would be a fun and unique story.
Senna, our heroine, is engaged to Brendon. They’re not in love, but for financial reasons, she’s agreed to marry him. They travel to his family home in England so she can meet the older brother, a fascinating but stern man. As it turns out, she also meets a ghost cat and the ancestral ghost of the castle.
Confusion and hilarity reign as the ghost takes a hand in fixing everyone’s problems. I laughed out loud several times and enjoyed this story more than any other I’ve read in some time.
If you enjoy mirth with your romance, and more than a touch of the unexpected, then I recommend you read Ghost Lover.
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