Ghost Romance

C-
Thirteen Chances

Thirteen Chances starts with a cute idea: A couple has been in love for centuries, but bungled magic has kept them apart. The heroine appears every 72 years, and the hero makes her fall in love with him - only to lose her. The fact that it didn't really work had more to do with the execution than th ...

B+
MacGowan’s Ghost

Cindy Miles certainly knows how to write an addictive tale. I’ve been enchanted with her backlist so far and MacGowan’s Ghost is a nice addition. Her sweet style with a paranormal twist shines through each page. Allie Morgan is a something of a therapist for ghosts. Since sh ...

C-
Tall, Dark, and Kilted

I'm nearly always up for Scottish-paranormal-lite; as long as there are no icky vampires, I'll give it a try, and I have a fairly high tolerance for silliness. So I thought maybe I'd like Tall, Dark, and Kilted. It's a ghost romance, featuring a hero who is doomed to pleasure a different woman every ...

B-
Phantom Pleasures

I like ghost stories. And, even if this one is a bit plot-y, it’s still a fun read. Gazillionaire hotel owner Alexa learns she has in her family portfolio a German castle rebuilt during the 1940s on an isolated island off the coast of Florida. Always mysteriously drawn to castles – not to eve ...

B-
Spirited Away

Debut author Cindy Miles pens an engaging romance between a living person and a ghost, and I would have recommended it more if Spirited Away didn’t remind me so much of another writer’s style. Dreadmoor Castle has always fascinated forensic archaeologist Andi Monroe because of the mystery sur ...

D
Highlander in Her Bed

Allie Mackay is a pseudonym for Sue-Ellen Welfonder of medieval romance fame. This first book under that name is a departure from straight historical into the paranormal realm. My advice: stick with historicals, Sue-Ellen! To describe this book I’m going to break it down into two ...

C+
Sex and the Single Ghost

I’m a junkie for paranormal romance and for Sex in the City, so let’s just say the title intrigued me. After all, how can you go wrong combining dating, sexy singles, and the paranormal, right? And, had Tawny Taylor stuck to a solely paranormal romance premise, I think this book would have defin ...