An age-old mystery. An inconvenient spirit. An unlikely romance.
Abigail Parkinson is anxious to rid her inherited home of its troublesome specter. But she cannot convince any legitimate scientist or scholar to investigate. Desperate, she turns to the one man she doesn’t want to ask for help: Lord Moreland.
Christian, Viscount Moreland, isn't a scientist or a scholar. The blood of pirates runs in his veins. But he debunked a haunted house, and when summoned to Sibel Hall he vows to solve its secrets—including how to woo the intriguing Miss Parkinson.
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Two-time RITA Finalist Deborah Simmons is a USA Today bestselling author of historical romances originally published by Avon, Harlequin, and Berkley, as well as a romantic comedy.
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A resemblance to a Harry Chapin song
Christian will discover no end of circles in this story.
Abigail’s circles will surround him.
Are those three really Abigail’s cousins?
How many hidden and blocked off rooms and spaces will be found?
Are the females of the family more deadly than the males?
What about the specter?
Read this novel for the answers and lots of fun.
I had no idea this was part of a series, and rather late in it, when I bought it. Must track them down.
Somewhat boring. Didn’t hold my interest