Book Review

by Allie Mackay

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy
Sensuality: HOT

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Mackay, who also writes historicals as Sue-Ellen Welfonder, has created a delightful paranormal romance. The writing is poetic, compelling and fun, and the story features an imaginative premise, crisp dialogue and sexy characters whose narrative voices are both believable and memorable.

Self-employed tour guide Mara McDougall spots the most wonderful bed ever at a London antique shop, but she finds it's inhabited by a rather surly ghost: Sir Alexander Douglas.

A betrayed Scottish knight from the 14th century, Sir Alex has an ax to grind with any and all descendants of the MacDougall clan, and he doesn't care how they're spelling their last name these days. When Sir Alex and Mara tangle in an ancient Scottish castle, neither the hallowed grounds nor their sensitive hearts are safe. Will the act of forgiveness be enough to end a centuries-old curse, or are these two potential lovers meant to regret their crossed paths for an eternity? (SIGNET ECLIPSE, Nov., 352 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Marilyn Weigel

Publisher: Signet Eclipse

Published: November 2006

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How did this EVER get published?

Submitted by Alia on April 9, 2011 - 4:05pm.

Just as the Title says.... How did this piece of Crap ever get published. OMG.
I have NEVER read a more confusing book.
Is the man a Ghost or is he REAL?      PICK ONE!
This book was SO BAD that I didn't finish it.... I didn't want to.
I hope this doesn't bode for the rest of your books... if so... they will be traded in as well.
I am just glad I didn't pay full price for it to begin with.
It was not worth the 25 cents.
I need to get this OUT of MY HOUSE.