Haunting (Harlequin Blaze #317)

Haunting (Harlequin Blaze #317)

by Hope Tarr
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Haunting (Harlequin Blaze #317) 2.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
In Fredericksburg, Virginia, life has been hectic over the last few weeks for Maggie Holliday. She obtained am assistant professorship in the history department at the University of Mary Washington, defended her dissertation, and bought an 1850 Victorian house. Her high TLC maintenance boyfriend Richard the famous DC psychiatrist is unhappy with what he considers her neglect, but she is elated especially when she goes up into the attic. --- However, the ¿orgasmically challenged¿ professor is stunned when she explores her attic only to find a man wearing a Civil War uniform who seems familiar to her although she would swear she never met him before. He insists she is Isabel and he is her Ethan. As he begins to take her to levels of ecstasy that she has never felt before, the former frigid female falls in love, but Ethan never stays around as he constantly vanishes in thin air. Maggie considers that she is either insane or he is the ghost of her former lover in another life as he insists they are either way there is no future unless one of them can cross the great divide. --- THE HAUNTING is a charming paranormal romance starring two likable protagonists whose chances of making it together seem time-crossed impossible though fans will root for Maggie and Ethan to find a way. Subgenre readers will enjoy this second chance at supernatural love between the ghost and the professor. --- Harriet Klausner
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Spin86 More than 1 year ago
I was very pleasantly surprised with how well this past and present story not only captured my attention, but held it. At first I didn't think I would be captivated by the initial storyline of "ghosts" but the writer did a wonderful job of helping me to believe, fall in love and ultimately cheer for the happiness of the characters. A good read!