- File Size: 1587 KB
- Print Length: 72 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: The Wild Rose Press, Inc (April 7, 2017)
- Publication Date: April 7, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06W9HFMBM
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #430,346 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Autumn Hartley moved to South Carolina to start over, never considering the ghosts of someone else's past might also come haunting. General Allen was shot in the back by a traitor and his angry spirit is unable to move on. Which doesn't fully explain why he's so drawn to the new owner of his ancestral home. The pair have natural chemistry, and with every passing moment they spend together, their relationship grows stronger, but actually being in love with a ghost from a different time period? An interesting concept to explore in a romance for certain!
This sweet novella is told in alternating points of view, between the General and Autumn, and makes for a fast fun read. I hope the author writes more with these characters because I'd totally love to see where this romance leads.
If you like ghostly romances, check this one out.
I decided to listen to this story after reading the 'blurb' for the book, the idea intrigued me and I'm very glad I did.
The story takes place now and is about Autumn Hartley who has moved to South Carolina to start over after the death of her father. She has bought a beautiful mansion house in need a renovation at a really cheap price. But little does she expect to meet the former owner of this beautiful house General John Sibley Allen, Sib was shot in the back a few weeks before the end of the war, not by a northern soldier no, he was shot by Beauregard a neighbour and a member of the confederacy.
Sib has frightened away all of the previous owners of his home, but for some reason Autumn is not so easily frightened and the more Sib and Autumn converse the more 'real' Sib appears to become.
But the reincarnation of Beauregard is also on the scene and he is pursuing Autumn which is unacceptable to Sib. Will Autumn choose the living man, who to all intents and purposes appears to be very nice or will she believe Sib? Will she choose 'life' with Sib for as long as she lives?
It made a change to read a romance where the most intimate act between the parties was a chase kiss. This was a sweet love story and I really enjoyed it. The plotline though simple was well planned and the characters were brought to life very well by the narration.
I was given a copy of this book as a gift and am voluntarily writing my review.
Autumn is from the North who bought a house in the South Previously owned by a civil war confederate soldier who was shot in the back by a fellow soldier.
He has scared previous owners by his presence and got them out of his house but not Autumn
They oddly become infatuated with each other while Autumn is dating a man who happens to be the reincarnation of a fellow soldier, Beauregard, who was at odds with Sib.
Great suspense and curious how do you resolve these relationships? The author did a great job!
A well written and interesting story!