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This is one of my all time favorite books. I am so upset that it is not available for my Nook since my paperback has since fallen apart.
One dark and stormy night, Devlin Kane, is hit by a bolt of St. Elmo's Fire and so is his trained falcon, Zeus. Miraculously, they survive, and shortly after Devlin wakes up to discover that he's invisible! He knows that he's not a ghost because he can lift objects and function like any other human being. He concludes that it must be his punishment for living as a pirate - but it didn't make sense. He knew that he wasn't the worst pirate out there. Feeling helpless, he thought his life was over, but the intervening Fates had other ideas. Eden Winters is the only one who can see him, and with her touch so can everyone else. But, as soon as they stop touching, he fades out of view. So, Devlin strikes a bargain with her, if she agrees to stay close to him until he regains his body, he'll help solve her business problems and protect her from the undesirable amorous attentions of Dudley Finster. Eden reluctantly accepts and so begins their adventure towards falling in love. This is an excellent book, with lively, amusing characters that will stay in your mind and heart long after you finish reading this book.