From the first moment Clare Newman steps into Camden Place-from the squeak in the floor and the sweet scent of apple pie to the candles she lights on the dining room table-it feels like home. It's a place she can find refuge from her nightmares. It's a place where she can make a fresh start...
...Except there's a misty figure with a knife who disappears into the library.
...Except there's Liam Camden, the man who built Camden Place over a century and a half before, who doesn't disappear, who seems to be the only one who can see and talk to Clare.
But who is the real ghost? Clare, who somehow found the doorway to 1847? Or Liam, who died mysteriously one hundred and fifty years ago?
When danger creeps closer, will the timeless love they share be enough to keep them safe?
All of Allie Harrison's Books are Stand-Alone Books.
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Clare Newman has inherited an old mansion in Charleston, South Carolina, from her uncle. After a horrifying incident nearly takes her life, she heads to Charleston to start a totally new life. However, she is little prepared for what awaits her in Camden Place. Liam Camden, the original owner, died a mysterious death in 1847. When Clare is transported back in time to a dinner party he is holding, her world is turned upside. What is real? Is everything that is happening a dream? A nightmare? Is Clare alive or dead? If you enjoy the genre of gothic romance, this is a great book. A little bit of "Outlander", some true gothic romance, and a Jack the Ripper-type serial killer all combine to make this an intriguing and unique read. I am a big fan of Allie Harrison and am glad that I have found a modern author to carry the gauntlet laid down by the likes of Victoria Holt. I look forward to reading more of her books in the future.