Charon's Crossing [NOOK Book]

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When Manhattan businesswoman Kathryn Russell inherits Charon’s Crossing, her first instinct is to sell it. A busy career woman didn’t need a tropical island getaway. But when destiny brings Kathryn face-to-face with her inheritance, she hears the haunting cry of a love lost. He is 19th-century sea captain Matthew McDowell. Betrayed by the woman he loved, Matthew is doomed to walk the halls of Charon's Crossing, waiting for the one woman who can set him free.
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Charon's Crossing

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Overview

When Manhattan businesswoman Kathryn Russell inherits Charon’s Crossing, her first instinct is to sell it. A busy career woman didn’t need a tropical island getaway. But when destiny brings Kathryn face-to-face with her inheritance, she hears the haunting cry of a love lost. He is 19th-century sea captain Matthew McDowell. Betrayed by the woman he loved, Matthew is doomed to walk the halls of Charon's Crossing, waiting for the one woman who can set him free.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014839365
  • Publisher: Henry
  • Publication date: 8/7/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 525,943
  • File size: 2 MB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 7, 2012

    All i can say is wow!

    I loved this book. I'll admit there are some strange things that happen. Tings you would think of a ghost doing but you will understand when you read this book. I started it his afternoon and only put it down to make dinner. I did not want to put it do but i didn't want it o end either. This book got my attention from the first chapter and only got better from there. If you love romance this is a book for you. I will most certainly read this book again and again. This was my secong book by this author and i plan on reading many more. I read "Until You" first and would recommend reading it as well if you like this author. You will not be disappointed!

    5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 27, 2012

    loved this book so much. It is one of those books you can read a

    loved this book so much. It is one of those books you can read and read
    again.Try to save time and read it in one sitting if youcan. Thank you
    Ms Marton....How about another like it.

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 3, 2013

    :)

    Liked the book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 6, 2013

    Stark

    Laughs

    0 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 4, 2013

    Luna

    O: I can't wait until l come in... xD

    0 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 4, 2013

    Angel of Death, Hear My Cry--Chapter 1, Chapter 2 and Chapter 3 Part 1

    Chapter one<br>On the Run, and Other Laments of a Hunted Soul<br><br>I ran through the dark forest, blindly stumbling over roots and logs. The moon was hidden by cloud; the same with the stars. I could hear the Grim Reaper gaining on me, soundlessly navigating the terrain.<br>I'm pretty sure Grim Reapers can see in the dark, either that or some form of echo-location. I didn't really care at the moment, to busy running for my life.<br>I wasn't carrying weapons, in fact I wasn't carrying anything except the bundle in my arms. I had stolen the Ghost Orb from the Sons of the Shadows, and now they had sent a Grim Reaper to retrieve it. It was just my luck that they had already pinpointed my home before I got there. Seeing a Grim Reaper throuh a shattered doorway is quite a shock.<br>A red flash, and a tree beside me splintered with a blast of red lightning. No doubt the Grim Reaper was adjusting his aim this second. On cue, the ground in front of me exploded, and I rolled down to the bottom of the crater.<br>How could the blast have been in front of me? The Reaper had been behind...<br>Oh no. I realized what happened, and scrambled up he side of the truck-sized hole. I saw it, another Grim Reaper standing in front, outlined by the moom. Since when did the moon come out?<br>The first Grim Reaper dived to intercept me, scythe held in slaughtering poditon. I was dead. But then a miracle happened.<br><br>Chapter Two<br>The Miracle Happens<br><br>There was good news and bad news.<br><br>• Good news: I'm alive.<br><br>• Bad news: An Angel of Death just stabbed the first Grim Reaper.<br><br>The bad news should be good news, right? Well, no.<br>First off, we're talking an Angel of Death. The nightmare creature of every Citizen. A half Fallen Angel. N`vAred.<br>Call it what you like, it still meant trouble. My plan was to let the Angel finish off the Grim Reapers, and then I would slip away. The plan failed miserably.<br>The Angel had already killed the second Reaper, and was now standing in front of me, silky blood slithering from his burning blade. Then the Angel did something that I will still be amazed at in my old age. It sheathed its sword, stretching a bleeding wing, which healed immediatly.<br>To give the reader a little idea of who we're dealing with genderly, the Angel looked like a man.<br>"My name is Kassher. I have have been sent to find you." The words came out of his mouth easily, as he stared down at me.<br>The words he just said would normally send chills down someone's frozen stiff spine, and I was no exception. I just stood there, unmoving, in terror.<br>He frowned like he had made a mistake, then my terror faded and I could move.<br>"Y-you...?" I stuttered, hugting the bundle like a lifeline.<br>He blinked, then replied. "Yes. I have come to find you, for you to fulfill your destiny as The Angel."<br><br>Chapter Three<br>My Weird' N 'Wild Destiny<br><br>The Angel was the ultimate being of legend. The savior. The one who would wreck all evil and save the world from the inevitable apocalypse.<br>Of course, I just stood there in silence. Amazingly, I found the courage to speak. "You mean...?" I know what I said was lame, but I was proud I had still been able to speak.<br>"Yes. You are the future of this reality." He folded his arms, his wings also folding the best they could.<br>"You've got the wrong guy..." I managed, hiding the bundle behind my back. "...I'm not an angel!"<br><br>(Chapter Three continued in next result.)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 5, 2013

    Clue four

    S T Y X

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 17, 2012

    Ridiculous

    This was the most stupid book i have ever read

    0 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 16, 2012

    DONT BUY

    Only 253 pages long..... Wish I would not have paid for it.. The free book was better and much longer.. Can I get my money back for this short story?

    0 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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