“Today, she would know for sure. The problem was – what exactly she would know for sure – she wasn’t sure of at all.”
Zoe Grayson insists that she isn’t crazy, much to the opposition of her looney-bin psychiatrist. She has to get out of here, she has to get back to where it all began, to him. Zoe’s problem started when she fell in love with Lancaster House. She bought it immediately, determined to return it to it’s former Victorian glory – then flip it and triple her money. The house is fascinating, but like the architecture, not everything is as it seems. A terrible crime was committed here and there have been reports of a haunting ever since. Not that Zoe believes in that sort of thing. But when a man appears in her house, claiming it is his, well, there aren’t too many reasonable explanations. Zoe is perplexed, sent down a road to discover the mysteries of the house and the mysterious man who appears at will within it. Though perhaps the answers will be crazier than she thought.
I cannot believe my luck. I was rummaging new releases for a nice and sweet romance novel and look what I found! I am an architecture student and I loved the references made throughout the book on it. the palatial house with its detailing left a great taste in my mouth. I am sincerely hoping the author writes a sequel to this one. Cannot wait to lay my hands on that one for sure already!
My Opinion: An enthralling tale that was skillfully crafted to keep you on the edge of your seat. Wonderfully created in a re-telling format, the author draws you into the world of Zoe Grayson, leaving you gripped in her story while leaving a niggling of doubt as to her actual sanity. The romance is sweet and tender and curl-your-toes kind of wonderful. Good characters created a chemistry all of their own, creating their own world and giving credibility to the psychiatrist’s doubts. A few good twists help keep the plot going. I got completely caught up in this one, my heart silently pleading for a way for their love to work – and to be real. Definitely a great read and one I would highly recommend.
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