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This is going to be a very quick review. I just wanted to get this to you this Halloween week because it is such a good ghost story!


About The Shadows of Stormclyffe Hall

Haunted, schmaunted.

Bastian, infamous playboy and the current Earl of Weymouth doesn’t believe his English castle is haunted. So what if a few windows and lightbulbs shatter? That happens. OK, bleeding portraits are hard to explain… But he is not going to be deterred. Not even by Jane, a seductive-as-sin grad student who has assigned herself the task of ghost hunting at Stormclyffe Hall. All Bastian wants is to restore his ancestral home, not be distracted by her curvy hips, bedroom eyes and gorgeous smile-

Fine, maybe he does want to get naked with Ms. GhostBuster, but that’s only because she practically follows him around, nosing into his daily life. And yes, because she looks so damnably sexy, however, he refuses to give into lust. No matter how much she tempts him.

But when the ghosts up the ante and try to kill them, Bastian realizes he will have to keep Jane close. Very, very close. Purely to protect her, of course.

At least that’s what he tells himself. All bets-and some clothes-are off, as he shows her what a real earl is made of.

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Review of The Shadows of Stormclyffe Hall

Oh my. Ghosts galore. Evil, curses, possession. The Shadows of Stormclyffe Hall is a spectacular Halloween read!

The book blurb does an excellent job of summarizing all the important plot points, so I won’t add to that. I will say, I devoured this Gothic treat. Intense, passionate romance combined with a centuries old curse/mystery that must be solved at all costs. This is the kind of story that is hard to put down and easy to read into the very dark night.

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