An Immortal Warrior: one given the power to make right what once went wrong … in a time not his own.
13th Century, Welsh Marches
Lord Reynald de Mortimer was once the ruler of the borderlands, powerful and feared. Known as ‘the Ghost’ because of his white-blond hair and pale grey eyes, the reason for his death was a mystery. Why didn’t he keep his word that fateful day? Ever since then he has been blamed for the chaos that followed his passing.
Present day, Reynald’s Castle …
Amy Fairweather is currently a guest at Reynald’s castle in Wales—now a posh hotel—because her unscrupulous brother needs a favour. Then she meets Reynald, awoken from his sleep by the Sorceress, ruler of the between-worlds.
Amy finds herself caught up in the ensuing magic and mayhem, and suddenly all of her worldly experience counts for nothing. She is falling in love with a man who was born seven hundred years ago. And to have any chance of a future together, Amy and Reynald must fight the threatening shadows from his past.
Book 3 in the Immortal Warriors series, following Return of the Highlander and Passions of the Ghost.
"5 stars - PASSIONS OF THE GHOST is one of the most magical paranormals I have read this year. Ms. Mackenzie pens an alluring tale that drew this reader in from the very first page. I did not put this charming tale down until the last word was read. I laughed at the witty bantering and cried when two lovely people find a rare love that makes them complete. Amy is a lost soul looking to get away from the life she has led. Reynald is another lost soul trying to make his past mistakes right again. I adore both of these very unusual characters. Making the story even more complete are the secondary characters that are vibrant and sassy. Ms. Mackenzie pens a plot that is thick and spell-binding. If you are looking for a tale that will leave you wholly satisfied and all warm and fuzzy inside, then I highly recommend PASSIONS OF THE GHOST. I will be heading to the bookstore to gobble up all of Ms. Mackenzies books." RomanceJunkies 2006