|Print List Price:||$23.99|
Save $21.00 (88%)
Penmort Castle (Ghosts and Reincarnation Book 3) Kindle Edition
|New from||Used from|
|Length: 535 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
|Page Flip: Enabled||
Switch back and forth between reading the Kindle book and listening to the Audible book with Whispersync for Voice. Add the Audible book for a reduced price of $1.99 when you buy the Kindle book.
- Similar books to Penmort Castle (Ghosts and Reincarnation Book 3)
See the Best Books of the Month
Want to know our Editors' picks for the best books of the month? Browse Best Books of the Month, featuring our favorite new books in more than a dozen categories.
Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.
To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number.
Customers who bought this item also bought
Would you like to tell us about a lower price?
Top customer reviews
Broken Characters, I totally love them and KA seems to love to write about them. Add in a murderous ghost in a castle, a curse and some funny side characters and you can see why I enjoyed this book so much.
Cash needs an uncomplicated arrangement with a woman to let his Uncle know he is not going to marry one of his Step-Cousin’s just to have a familial Castle back in his line. Abby needs some money to restore her Grandmother’s dilapidated house and the only thing of her family she feels she has to hold on to. So Abby pretends to be a high priced Escort to help Cash out. What could possibly go wrong???
This isn’t by any means a scary book. It has some trippy moments and there is a ghost but on my creep factor it is about a 2. It is a love story with a ghost in it for the most part. A ghost that knows Abby is Cash’s true love and wants to kill her.
Cash is a typical KA alpha hero. He decided what he wanted from the moment he met Abby and he is going to get it from her no matter what. Abby on the other hand is a bit lonely and widowed and doesn’t believe that she can ever find anything close to what she had with her husband. She has a lot of guilt over feeling something for the charismatic, charming and oh-so-bossy Cash.
“There will never be another Ben. I’ll never have that again. Most women don’t get that kind of love even once in their life. I had it and now it’s gone and it hurts every day. Even after all this time it hurts every single day.
Even though I really like the romance of this book it is also the side characters that totally make the story. Mrs. Truman was my absolute favorite. She is the cantankerous old lady that lives next door and apparently she has adopted Abigail unbeknownst to her. She is really a force of nature and all her time on page was fantastic.
“Tell your man I won’t take any last minute excuses. I don’t care if he’s got fancy schmancy friends. If Marlon Brando himself asks him to dinner, he’s going to say no. Understood?”
“I think Marlon Brando is dead, Mrs. Truman,” Jenny, now standing (or, more accurately, huddling, protection in numbers as it were) beside Abby, informed the old woman.
“Is not,” Mrs. Truman shot back.
“I think he is,” Jenny, unwisely, pressed.
“He is not!” Mrs. Truman snapped loudly and Abby could hear Cash chuckling in her ear so she knew he could hear every word. “I would have heard,” Mrs. Truman went on.
“Maybe I’m wrong,” Jenny mumbled toward Abby (and Abby’s phone), and Cash’s chuckle became laughter.
Do not argue with your elders. But the way she looks after Abby and inserts herself into her life is really quite cute and I enjoyed all of it.
The only downfalls to the story as most KA stories is that she is really huge on details and extras. Extra details about the Castle, the décor of a house, outfits, shoes, throw pillows. She does this in a lot of her books which is how some of them end up so long. Sometimes I get a little bored with some of the detailing but I can totally imagine the entire setting so I think he mission is accomplished.
If you have never read a KA book well I think so far her heroes in this series are less Alpha than in some of the others and more tolerable so it might be a good place to start.
And when ghosts and murderers start coming out of the wood works it won't be so easy to hide their feelings in the face of all the craziness, and danger that lies ahead.
Penmort Castle was a unique blend of contemporary meets paranormal ghosts. I really thought it was a good book, and great way to make this story stand out and be very interesting. I also loved both of the main characters, and once I got into the book I just could not put it down!
Now that doesn't mean that at times I didn't want to smack Cash for being an arrogant jerk, and shake Abby for being so utterly clueless and kind of cowardly at times, but I understood both of them as the story went on and I get why they acted like that at times!
The ending was also very good! I loved how everything turned out, and it had a great happily ever after! Now I look forward to reading more in this series.
Story review: I'm loving this PNR series. The H is dominant like this author is famous for but not an a-hole, also what this author is famous for. They may be slow to fall in love but their actions are of a man already in love. They are protective, possessive and know how to properly take care of their h.
Cash & Abby are great characters . . . and while he is a strong male lead (like all her male leads) he isn't an assbag that Abby has to break to get him to love her. It was/is a nice change.
Abby is a heart-broken widow that has had so much pain over such a small time that it is shocking that she could survive any of it.
The ONLY thing that I thought was well, off . . . is her age. I usually find it refreshing that not all KA's heroines are young (or 25) but with Abby being 38, I just thought it was a bit too "old" (not saying that is old, but saying that her character doesn't seem to be in her late thirties).
The ghost twist is a great addition. I love that there is mystery to the Castle. It makes me want to visit some of the real places in the UK that KA has based some her stories on!!
This is a gothic romance with a modern twist. Good characters and plot but totally amateurish. The paranormal aspect was really bad. Nowhere near the talent that this author demonstrates in her other work. Gothic romance is not her forte. Good for fans who just need a KA fix. I gave it an extra half star because it was funny and entertaining.
Most recent customer reviews
Abigail has had a lot of loss in her life.Read more