A woman in love. A ghost in need. A man possessed.
Evelyn Sheridan is in love with Raritan Manor Ranch’s resident ghost, Quinn, but can only experience his embrace in her dreams.
Quinn VanAlder, who doesn’t realize he’s a ghost, loves Eve and wishes she’d stop saying they can’t be together.
While at the ranch, Alex VanAlder arrives for a visit, and Evelyn’s hopes rise. Perhaps she will be able to have a real relationship after all. Alex, though, has no interest in Evelyn. Yet, every time the house cat, Myrddin, comes around, Alex feels like a man possessed and wants Eve with a passion.
Caught between loving a ghost and putting up with a man who can’t make up his mind, Evelyn is at a loss. Can the magic of the ranch help Evelyn to stop being caught between two worlds?
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About the Author
An eccentric and eclectic writer, C.R. Moss pens stories for the mainstream and erotic romance markets, giving readers Worlds of Possibilities when it comes to love and romance.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Evelyn has been dreaming of the perfect man for as long as she can remember. He’s kind, sweet and has ruined her for all men in real life. To her, Quinn is a figment of her imagination, and she feels she has set herself up for disappointment in her search for love. As she gets older, she realizes that she needs to try and move on, and a change in scenery seems just what she needs. So, she accepts an invitation from a friend to her family’s ranch. While there, she sees a painting that eerily reminds her of her Quinn of a long dead VanAlder relative. Alex VanAlder could pass as Quinn’s twin, and she thinks perhaps her dreams have been leading her to him. Alex does not share the feelings. The only time he seems to be attracted to Evelyn is when the cat is around…are Alex and Evelyn meant to be, or is there a strange power at work at the ranch? This is a very short but intriguing book. It has some interesting twists and I liked the idea of kind of a congruent timeline where Quinn thinks Evelyn’s dreams are really reality. My only complaint is that I feel the ending was too easily reached. It’s a complicated situation, and I had a hard time believing Alex’s actions at the end of the book. Other than that, I did think it was an interesting concept. I’m not a big believer in the supernatural or fate, but that didn’t stop me from enjoying the book. 3.5 stars. Reviewed by Sara Squared for Crystal’s Many Reviewers *Copy Provided for review*