A Stitch in Time
Bronwyn has inherited the manor that holds conflicting memories from childhood. It is there that she played with William each day and where a ghost murdered her uncle. Between the ghost and the fact that no one ever saw William, Bronwyn spent many years with therapists and hadn’t returned to the house in a couple of decades. Upon her return, not only has that ghost in black accosted her, but she found William, aged as she had, and oh, so yummy. Talking to Freya, a family friend from long ago, about her experiences as a child suggests the possibility that she might not have been mentally ill, but rather open to ghosts and slips in time. Unfortunately, William is sore about his perceived abandonment, but Bronwyn will need his help and some super sleuthing skills to put the ghosts at rest so she can rest.
It is a delicious story, much like Kelley Armstrong’s Women of the Otherworld series and the movie Kate and Leopold. The heat between Bronwyn and William has such history, and it is tastefully written. Their romance is fast-paced, mysterious, sigh worthy. This is a quick read, making it great for beach vacations, quiet rainy nights in, or romantic dinners for one.
|Page Count||336 pages|
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