One More Haunted Evening

One More Haunted Evening

by Ava Stone

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One More Haunted Evening by Ava Stone, Jane Charles, Jerrica Knight-Catania

Three London gentlemen return to Marisdùn Castle this fall for another haunted Samhain masquerade. Lord Quentin Post is still in pursuit of his angel. Mr. David Thorn is searching for his artist. And Mr. Sidney Garrick is still on a quest for more than just a little fun.

But when a powerful entity is accidentally released inside the castle walls, all bets are off and the lives of the three gentlemen in question will never be the same again.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940151198486
Publisher: Night Shift Publishing
Publication date: 09/29/2015
Series: Haunted Regency , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 445,497
File size: 3 MB

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One More Haunted Evening 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
5 out of 5 stars Disclosure: I did receive an advanced copy of this book for reviewing purposes but let's be real, you can't buy my reviews. So without further ado.... A fantastic job was done with this follow up. Admittedly, I haven't read the first book and it reads quite well as a stand alone. I was concerned about it being written by three different authors. I like each of them individually, but when collaborations of this type are made, it isn't uncommon to be able to tell which author wrote what. I was grateful to realize this was not the case. The stories and voices blended so beautifully and I couldn't tell that it hadn't been written by one very talented author alone. I enjoy a good historical romance. I enjoy a good ghost story. This was excellent in both regards. I won't give any spoilers here except to say that if you are looking for something to get you in the Halloween spirit, this is a must read. I also must admit that I find myself incredibly interested in Roman history and if it crosses with Celtic history. It appears I've inadvertently found a new research topic...now to find the time to indulge it.
JuliaAD More than 1 year ago
You have 3 men who are ready to have one more haunted evening at the Marisdun castle. Two of them are trying to find their love from the year before. There are 3 young ladies who have a very stern and sometimes mean father/uncle. They have to sneak out of the house to have any fun. Lord Quentin's sisters, triplets, are thrown into the mix along with several other couples. There is an irate parent, a haunted castle, a couple of deaths, a possessed man, a run to Scotland to find a priest to set things to right and an elopement. In the middle of it all, a baby was born. Craziness all around. The characters are fun and likeable. Enjoyed this story.
MADreaderMD More than 1 year ago
There's another Samhain masquerade ball in the works at Marisdun Castle. Lord Quentin Post has received the haunted castle from his brother Braden, and he is determined to recreate the guest list to last year's ball in hopes of finding his "angel." He's thought of little else over the past year other than the mysterious woman who kissed him and disappeared into the crowd. So now he's back to try to find her and to try to settle in to life in a castle known for its many restless spirits. Since the malevolent spirit of his great-grandmother was banished last year, the ghosts that remain are fairly friendly, if mischievous. However, after new discoveries in the castle, a presence more evil than anything they have experienced before comes to inhabit the castle. Not exactly the perfect backdrop for finding one's lady-love! Quentin's friends David Thorn and Sydney Garrick have also returned to help with the party and to find their own special someone. Thorn met a lovely artist who sketched his portrait and then quickly disappeared. Perhaps she'll be at the ball again. Garrick is looking to settle down after years as a rake hell. He hopes it's possible to have a family of his own someday. We also get to see the couples from the previous book, "One Haunted Evening," catch up with their lives, and see more of the village and countryside around Marisdun. The three authors have blended their stories into one continuous tale. The styles mesh well, and you really can't tell where one stops and another starts. There's plenty of action and sweet romance, while the danger from the otherworld mounts. This is a fun, spooky story to read for Halloween or any time of year.