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A DARK & STORMY NIGHT
by Anne Stuart

Genre: Series, Harlequin American Romance, Current Series Imprints

1997 BEST HARLEQUIN AMERICAN Nominee

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A young woman traveling in a hurricane on A DARK & STORMY NIGHT (4.5) almost goes over a cliff before being saved by a brooding loner who seems to want nothing more than her out of his life. Strange servants and even stranger ghosts combine with her host to make for a scary stay. Anne Stuart gives readers what they have come to expect, a heartwarming romance within a masterfully written, innovative story.

Reviewed By: Debbie Richardson

Publisher: Harelquin

Published: November 1997

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A Dark & Stormy Night

Submitted by Robin in PA on May 23, 2010 - 5:35pm.

While a hurricane is approaching the Maine coast, Katie Flynn is looking for shelter. Suddenly she sees a girl in white standing on the road and swerves to avoid her, almost going over the edge of a cliff. Luckily she is saved by a broody recluse named O'Neal who takes her back to his house to wait out the storm.

Lots of paranormal elements in this romance...ghosts, shape-shifters, murderers. My rating: 3 Stars.