"Sad, uplifting, eerie, threaded throughout with romance and finished off with a happy ending"
Sarah MacMillan has had enough. Enough of being lied to
used by men. All she wants is to be left alone to renovate
the house built by her ancestors and open up her business
selling the antiques she loves. Life was perfect until a
stranger showed up to rent the cabin on her property, a
stranger who seems familiar. Then the whispering starts...
Pierre Martin is an undercover Mountie, all he cares about
is bringing down everyone linked to the deaths of his wife
and nephew, including Sarah MacMillan. Pierre and his
department believe that Sarah's antiques business is being
used to launder drug money, he just needs to prove it --
matter how attracted he is to her.
This was a wonderful story. The ghostly interaction
certainly brought goosebumps to my skin, not threatening
nature it could perhaps be more accurately described an
echo from the past and I found it all the more effective
a result. The main characters both present and past were
equally engaging. Initially Pierre and Sarah are both wary
and distrustful of the opposite sex, though for different
reasons, so it is fitting that it should be a love story
from the past which brings them together.
BELOVED STRANGER was truly an emotional
rollercoaster: it was sad, uplifting, eerie, threaded
throughout with romance and finished off with a happy
ending. Patricia Crossley once again demonstrates her
ability to write with confidence both in a historical and
ParaNormal Romance Reviews © Copyright 2002
reviewed by B. Small
Reviewed by Barbara Small
Posted August 7, 2002