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Publisher Description

Katie Ward came to Tullamore Castle in Ireland to fulfill her mother’s last request. When she meets the sexy spirit who frequents her suite she is drawn into in his plight. Despite a lifetime of denying her abilities she uses her time at the castle to unravel the mystery of his curse.

Seamus MacDonhnaill had been a woodworker at Castle Tullamore during one of the original expansions. Now, because of the selfish wants of scorned woman, he is cursed to wander the grounds in spirit form. After centuries alone, he’s elated to learn the beautiful American tourist staying in his favorite suite can not only see him but communicate with him.

The two are drawn closer as Seamus reveals not only Tullamore’s history but also the carnal delights to be found in the secret corners of the castle. Katie is determined to break the spell on him before returning to America. To do it she’ll have to enlist the help of the local witch and a few castle ghosts but a chance at true love is worth the risk.

September 7
Dena Garson
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

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Unlike any romance I’ve read!

Unlike any romance I’ve read!

So. She’s tangible. He’s not. I was so intrigued by this, because how do the hero and heroine show their feelings without touch? In practically every romance I’ve read, they at least have a physical connection to link them. But not here!

In addition to the intriguing and STEAMY non-physical relationship between Seamus and Katie, I also got a lovely villain to hate. That’s also a rarity in the books I’ve read lately...and trust me, I love hating the villain!

Though a stand-alone, this is part of a series about an enchanted castle, and I couldn’t put this down. I HAD to know how everything turned out, and I met a couple of interesting characters that I hope to meet again...maybe in their own book?!?

Dena is certainly very talented, and I would gladly read more of her romances!

(I read this book as part of the Emerald Isle Enchantment boxed set)

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