The gentlemen with the wicked, brown eyes, the beautiful young man, whose image had been immortalized more than two centuries before by the artist's brush, seemed much more than pigment and paint and canvas. When best-selling author Rachael Lafferty sees the painting on the auction block, the beautiful young man captures her heart and her writer's imagination. She knows she has to have the painting—it would make the Victorian townhouse she was restoring complete...
More complete than she ever could have guessed, for when she brings her prize home and lovingly hangs it on the wall, Dorian Gray's trapped soul steps out of the painting and into her life.
Cold. Dark. His much-deserved hell. Those were the only things Dorian had known for more than a century. But, now, impossibly, he finds himself in his own home once more, though a century has passed. He feels warmth once more. And love—his love for Rachael makes him corporeal to her. A love that just might redeem his jaded soul, make him into a new man…
Make him alive again…
But his presence in the house stirs jealously. Someone dear to Rachael wants the ghost gone from Rachael's life, someone who knows just how to get the job done.
And that person won't stop until Dorian Gray is again banished from this earth.
|Publisher:||The Muses Funhouse|
|File size:||436 KB|
About the Author
Born and raised in upstate New York, with a brief and very influential stint living in Great Britain, Beth A. Freely calls Texas her home with her husband Daniel, daughter Caitlyn and cats, Peanut Butter and Toast.
Beth has more than 10 years of writing experience as a copywriter and published author. She enjoys shooting pool, riding horses, science fiction and comic book hero movies.
She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism and Mass Media Communication with a minor in Marketing as well as a Master’s Degree in English and Creative Writing.
In 2005, she was the First Place Winner of the ArcheBooks Publishing Novel Writing Contest, Women's Fiction Category with her novel Behind The Eyes Of Dorian Gray. It was originally published under the name Beth A. Carpenter.
She is the owner of The Muses Funhouse.