"This Book Leads the Way to Love"
Ghosts, smoking hot heroes and a curvaceous lighthouse
keeper make this a perfect read to curl up with on a winter
night. Rachel is a bit down on her luck, and after leaving
her husband she needs a change. She soon finds out that a
mystery aunt has left her a lighthouse. Rachel is thrilled
this will give her a place to live and to support herself!
However, not everything is as calm as she would like. On
her second day in lighthouse the turmoil begins and she
turns to Craig, the local sheriff, to help her solve her
aunt's death and to help prevent her own!
I loved this story, the mystery hooks you from the
beginning and keeps you turning the pages. This is
paranormal romance and mystery so it is not as erotic as
some. But, in this case it is not needed! You will
experience the feelings as they develop between Craig and
Rachel. From love at the first grocery carry and his
declaration to his sister just a short while later, this is
one hot alpha male I would love to rescue me! So if you
like ghosts, hunts and lighthouses go grab this one and
settle in for a fun read!
Reviewed by J. M. Schuler
Posted December 29, 2010
When Rachel Westmont inherits a lighthouse from an aunt she didn’t even know she had, she’s overjoyed. The news couldn’t have come at a better time. Newly divorced from a self-serving doctor, the change of scenery is just what she needs. So she packs up and leaves California for a little island off the coast of Maine.
Rachel falls in love with both Star Island and the beautiful lighthouse and cottage she’s inherited. But, odd things begin to happen right from the first day. Cold chills permeate the cottage and books fly off the shelves. And someone seems to be playing pranks on her.
But when the ante gets upped and someone tries to kill her, Rachel must turn to hunky local sheriff Craig Lewis for protection. Now bodies are turning up, people are getting hurt, and Rachel is starting to suspect her aunt didn’t die a natural death. Can Craig stop a killer from claiming Rachel as their next victim? A little help from a ghost may be in order.