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A five-hundred-year-old ghost sees stars when a handsome young astronomer buys a castle where she was killed.
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Overview

A five-hundred-year-old ghost sees stars when a handsome young astronomer buys a castle where she was killed.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780505523990
  • Publisher: Dorchester Publishing Company, Inc.
  • Publication date: 2/23/2010
  • Pages: 368
  • Product dimensions: 7.25 (w) x 9.24 (h) x 0.85 (d)

Meet the Author

Lisa Cach
Lisa Cach

Lisa Cach is the national bestselling, award-winning author of more than a dozen books, including Have Glass Slippers, Will Travel (available from Pocket Books). Her novel Dating Without Novocaine was named one of Waldenbooks' "Best Books of 2002," and she is a two-time finalist for the prestigious RITA Award from the Romance Writers of America -- for her novella in the 2003 A Mother's Way anthology and for her paranormal novel Come to Me. She lives in the Pacific Northwest.

Please visit her website at lisacach.com.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 23, 2012

    Great book

    It really made me stop n take a look at myself n how i treat others! This book was so good. Loved the ending ! Wished there was more like this one

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  • Posted September 25, 2011

    Loved it:)

    The whole ghost thing was way cool...Aside from the last bit, that was a touch too much weirdness for me. But i still loved it:)

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  • Posted August 22, 2011

    Bad doesnt even begin to describe it...

    Horrible. Peroid. Not worth the money or time. Had to force myself to finish it. No communication between the characters just sex it seemed and then end just came up out if no where just like the "love" they had for each other. Not even worth a one time read....

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 30, 2001

    couldn't put it down

    best book i ever read. i couldn't put the book down! in fact i let my best friend read it and she past it on and so on. every one just loves it!you really put yourself in the story.love it!!

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    A well done ghost story

    In 1809, City lad Alex Woden goes camping with his country cousin Rhys near Le Gayne Fortress. Rhys entertains his young relative with stories about the ghost haunting the nearby castle. That night while Rhys sleeps, Alex sees shooting stars in the clear sky followed by a beautiful spirit trying to reach out to him. <P>Over two decades later Alex returns to the fortress to observe the path of the shooting stars. The ghost he saw when he was a ten-year-old child returns. Soon the specter Serena Clerenbold knows love. She risks her existence to reach out to Alex who also has fallen for the five hundred-year-old apparition that allegedly killed her spouse on their wedding night. As everyone who cares about Alex worries that he is losing his mind, he and Serena risk all for a love that crosses time and planes struggling to find an existence. <P>OF MIDNIGHT BORN is a powerfully passionate otherworldly historical romance that will thrill fans of the sub-genre. Though the story line turns extremely somber at times, Lisa Cach defuses the moments with well placed humor. Alex is a great lead character, typical of the late Regency hero in novels, as he struggles with seductive dreams battling his belief that love hurts. However, the plot belongs to the independent and brave Serena who willingly jeopardizes her essence for love. <P>Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 26, 2000

    Ghostly Romance Blossoms into a Wonderful Read

    Of all the books by Ms. Cach I have read, `Of Midnight Born¿ is my favorite so far. Although all of her books usually contain a hint of the paranormal, such as faeries and special healing powers, this one goes all out and introduces a hundreds year old ghost as the heroine. Talk about a hopeless romance! But Ms. Cach overcomes the difficulties inherent in a supernatural affair, and love blossoms as beautifully as the blooms on the ancient and magical cherry tree in the castle courtyard. Perhaps, however, the real reason I enjoyed this story so much is the affinity I felt for the heroine. Ms. Cach¿s characters are not usually the perfect, tiny-waisted things we read about in many romance novels. They are based more in reality, and are people I find myself identifying with. Instead of moving through their lives with natural grace and inherent poise, they (like the rest of us) have flaws, and are acutely aware of them. Part of this story involves the heroine¿s efforts to overcome her spiritual flaws and accept her physical shortcomings without shame. Which brings us to the hero of the story ¿ an intellectual, powerful man with insatiable curiosity that compels him to communicate with a troublesome ghost rather than flee or attempt to banish her from the castle. He sees beauty in a woman who can¿t see it in herself, and brings out the gentler side of the mischievous spirit. Added to the mix are a meddling family and the anxiety caused by the waning power of the tree that keeps the heroines spirit alive, as well as the humorous scenes I have come to expect and enjoy when reading Ms. Cach¿s novels. I strongly recommend this to anyone who enjoys experiencing the gamut of emotions throughout a novel. It¿s a great read.

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