Happy first day of May! Hope the weather is treating you well🌻
Today I am happy to be part of the blog tour for this little historical romance with the perfect touch of the paranormal…
The Ghost of Glendale
At twenty-four years old, Phoebe Marcham is resigned to spinsterhood, unwilling to settle for anything less than the deep love her parents had shared. That is, until adventurer Duncan Armstrong rides into her home wood, larger than life and with laughter in his eyes and more charm in his little finger than anyone she’s ever met before. Far from ridiculing her family ghost, Duncan resolves to help solve the mystery which has left Simon Marcham a spirit in torment for two hundred years.
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Author Bio – Natalie is a published novelist and short story writer whose addiction to the books of Georgette Heyer and love of The Regency have been the inspiration for her latest book, The Ghost of Glendale.
Working on the premise that you never stop learning, she goes to any and every writing event and workshop she can. In addition she attends The Write Place Creative Writing School in Hextable in Kent, one of the rewards for which is an abundant supply of cream cakes to celebrate the frequent successes of its students.
Natalie is a member of the Romantic Novelists Association, The Society of Authors and the Society of Women Writers and Journalists. She lives with her husband in southeast London.
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4 Ghostly Stars 🌟🌟🌟🌟
This was a lovely historical romance with just the perfect touch of paranormal…. so even if you are somebody who does not enjoy the paranormal I think you will still enjoy this book… additionally for such a short book it sure did pack a big punch… a lot went on in this book… this book really did have a little bit of everything the romance between Phoebe and Duncan… their relationship was so real and developed at such a wonderful pace, you really could feel the attraction between these two…. and then we have the ghost, is there really a ghost? And if so why is he still haunting Glendale? And that leads us to the mystery and the tragic and lovely story of Simon and Agnes…. A little taste of Romeo and Juliet…
When I first started this book I had forgot it was historical… but from the very first dialogue I knew it was, the author did a tremendous job of setting the time period… The only small issue I had with this book was it was difficult to connect with the characters… although that is consistently a problem with a book of this length… especially when it is as heavy on plot as this book was…..
Recommend for those afternoons when you have time to curl up with a book and read it cover to cover…
*** thank you to the author and Rachel at Rachel’s Random Resources for my copy of this book ***
Happy reading! Berit 💛