This was my first book from this author and it wasn't bad. Lots of action and romance (even if it WAS with a ghost...LOL). The heroine, Jesse Copeland, was a tad too unfeminine, which almost made her spicy reaction to the hero (and ghost), David Ventris, somewhat unbelievable, and there was a lot of untold story with the supporting characters that I think could've been fleshed out a bit more without making the story too heavy. But all-in-all, it was a good story. I will read this author again.
She falls in love with a ghost. Can her love bring her back to life, or will past lives threaten their love?
From back cover:
Jesse Copeland, an expert in mountain rescues, has returned to Manzanita after years in the Peace Corps. Despite an indomitable courage that sent her rappelling down cliffs, she is haunted by the nightmares and shadowy half-memories surrounding her mother's mysterious death. Now she is determined to find out if her mother's "accident" was murder. What she finds instead is a man as transparent as air--sensual, muscular, his blue eyes burning into hers as she cries out one word from a place deep within her: David.
David Ventris, Lord Ashthorpe, late of His Majesty's Light Dragoons, is, simply put, a ghost. He's waited two centuries to be called back to earth by the worman he wronged. He knew her as "Sophie," a wondrous lady who sparked a passion so blazing that time could not dim the flames. Now he is being given the chance to guard her from danger and get back his soul--if only she will believe him real and not madness. If only she will love him enought to create a miracle...and give him life again.
VERY good!!! I couldnt put it down
"The reading world would be a happier place if more paranormal romance writers wrote as well as Krinard."--Contra Costa Sunday Times
all of s. krinard's books i have collected at one time or another. luck just hit and i got this extra copy to share. i truly enjoyed reading this book.