Book Reviews of Phantom Lover (43 Light Street, Bk 27) (Harlequin Intrigue, No 706)

Phantom Lover (43 Light Street, Bk 27) (Harlequin Intrigue, No 706)
Phantom Lover - 43 Light Street, Bk 27 - Harlequin Intrigue, No 706
Author: Rebecca York
ISBN-13: 9780373227068
ISBN-10: 037322706X
Publication Date: 4/1/2003
Pages: 256
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 47 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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i am a big fan of rebecca york. and this book did not dissapoint me at all. a good read.
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From the back cover:
In the darkened bedroom of Ravencrest, Bree Brennan was seduced by an unseen lover. A lover whose scorching kiss was strangely familiar. Was her midnight caller Troy London, her onetime love, or was it the mythical ghost who haunted the cliffside, windswept estate on the California coast? ... Exactly who was weaving an undeniable, erotic spell around her?
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Private investigator Bree Brennan is asked to Ravencrest to find it's owner Troy London, her onetime love. Seduced in the middle of the night, but was it Troy? Or the ghost that supposedly haunts the estate on the California coast?
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A P.I., Bree has come undercover to Ravencrest to find it's owner and ensure his well-being. But Bree knew she was out of her league the moment she saw Ravencrest's dark spires and its creepy inhabitants who claimed a crazy Troy was a prisoner in his own chanmers. But Bree heard his husky voice, felt his sizzling touch...Exactly who was weaving an undeniable, erotic spell around her?
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This is a fabulous book. The story is just one of fantasy. I liked that it did not seem to drag on and on. I had gotten to the fourth chapter one night and found i could not put it down. I finished the book in just a matter of hours.
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In the darkened bedroom of Ravencrest, Bree Brennan was seduced by an unseen lover. A lover whose scorching kiss was strangely familiar. Was her midnight caller Troy London, her onetime love, or was it the mystical ghost who haunted the cliffside, windswept estate on the California coast.
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In the darkened bedroom of Ravencrest, Bree Brennan was seduced by an unseen lover. A lover whose scorching kiss was strangely familiar. Was her midnight caller Troy London, her onetime love, or was it the mythical ghost who haunted the cliffside, windswept estate on the California coast?

A P.I., Bree had come undercover to Ravencrest to find its owner, Troy, and ensure his well-being. But Bree knew she was out of her league the moment she saw its dark rock spires and its creepy inhabitants who claimed a crazy Troy was a prisoner in his own chambers. But Bree heard his husky voice, felt his sizzling touch Exactly who was weaving an undeniable, erotic spell around her?
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Ruth Glick writing as Rebecca York