Wow. What a fantastic romance, full of secrets and a bit of paranormal which kept my interest from the first page until the last. Not only did the characters come alive but so did Ireland as Caera and Tim traveled about. I was intrigued and wondered what could have Caera done that was so bad and I was pulling for Tim so bad. The hot sex was a fantastic extra bonus in this awesome romance. I really loved this story and highly recommend it. It’s more than just a contemporary romance.
Caera is an event coordinator at a historical Irish castle. The current event is a group of traditional musicians including one from Australia and one from the US. After the tv crew doing a sound check, Caera couldn’t stop herself from playing a song or two on the stage. Tim has flown in from Boston but wants to check out the venue before checking in to the motel. He didn’t expect to find a beautiful Irish woman playing a harp like an angel. But, just as he thinks he’s going to get to know her, she disappears. Tim doesn’t know what it is about her but he has to get to know her. Caera knows she should stay away from the American fiddle player but she’s drawn to him. Can she spend time with him and not lose her heart?
Together they make sweet music…but opening her heart could release the ghosts of her past.
Caera Cassidy has spent two years building the historic—and haunted—Glenncailty Castle into one of the most sought-after hotels and performance venues in Ireland. But she can’t say it’s her dream. She lost that years ago when what she thought was love led her to a dark place not even her music could reach.
Once in a while, though, it’s safe to pretend. And that’s what she’s doing when she plays her harp on the empty stage in the castle’s theater.
When American folk musician Tim Wilcox spots the mysterious woman at the front of the theater, he’s enraptured. Not only by her virtuoso skill and ethereal voice, but by her dark beauty—and the shadows in her blue eyes when she insists she’s no musician.
Wary of repeating the mistakes of her past, Caera tells herself she can indulge in the pleasure of Tim’s company, his touch, without risking her heart. But she hadn’t counted on Tim’s determination to convince her she’s worthy of her gifts. Or on lingering souls who live in the castle, who are growing restless, ready to warn her that deadly mistakes are not meant to be repeated…
Warning: This book contains a variety of unpronounceable Irish words and names, a hero who believes in love and a haunted castle. What could go wrong?