Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Ghostly Persuasion - Paranormal Romance #spirit #fatedlove #Ireland #curse #hauntedcastle #witch

Dena's back with Ghostly Persuasion, her sexy paranormal romance. Love the cover!

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Ghostly Persuasion

By Dena Garson

Paranormal romance

Re-Release Date: Sept. 1, 2016

True love is powerful magic


Katie Ward came to Tullamore Castle in Ireland to fulfill her mother’s last request. When she meets the sexy spirit who frequents her suite she is drawn into in his plight. Despite a lifetime of denying her abilities she uses her time at the castle to unravel the mystery of his curse.

Seamus MacDonhnaill had been a woodworker at Castle Tullamore during one of the original expansions. Now, because of the selfish wants of scorned woman, he is cursed to wander the grounds in spirit form. After centuries alone, he’s elated to learn the beautiful American tourist staying in his favorite suite can not only see him but communicate with him.

The two are drawn closer as Seamus reveals not only Tullamore’s history but also the carnal delights to be found in the secret corners of the castle. Katie is determined to break the spell on him before returning to America. To do it she’ll have to enlist the help of the local witch and a few castle ghosts but a chance at true love is worth the risk.

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As she stared, he turned his head and looked at her. Their eyes met. Katie’s chest ached at the loneliness she saw in the depths of his gaze. Before she realized what she was doing she had stepped around the chair and moved toward him.

He sat up suddenly and asked, “You can see me, can’t you?”

His native accent lent even more appeal to his deep, baritone voice. Even though she heard the faint echoey sound she associated with spirits, she had a very physical reaction. This was one of those rare men she would gladly listen to as he read stereo instructions.

Katie gave a slight, hesitant nod. She didn’t like revealing her gift but figured her face and her reactions had already given her away.

The man jumped up and crossed the room quicker than she’d anticipated. With a squeak of alarm she darted behind the chair when he came to stand right in front of her.

“Who are you? And what are you doing in my room?” she demanded, pulling her courage around her like a cloak.

“Ah, lass, you have nothing to fear from me.” He spread his hands out in front of him in a placating manner.

“I’ll be the judge of that, thank you very much.”

He tipped his head. “I apologize for startling you. It’s been a good many years since someone other than the local specters could see or hear me. My excitement got the better of me.”

“Yeah, well…” Katie stammered. “I can kinda understand that.” She tucked a strand of hair behind her ear. “So, who are you?”

“Seamus MacDonhnaill.” He made a short bow. “Formerly of the County Donegal MacDonhnaills.”

“Formerly? Does that mean you got kicked out of that county or that family?”

He chuckled. The deep, rich sound sent ripples of warmth down to her core.

“Neither, actually.” He cocked his head to one side and regarded her. “I have simply considered myself a resident of Tullamore Castle for some time now.”

“Ah.” The way he said resident make Katie think he did more than live here. She cleared her throat nervously. “I, uh… I don’t want to be rude or anything, but I’m not comfortable standing here talking with someone I don’t know when I’m only half- dressed.”

Seamus’ eyes quickly glanced down at the chair she had been using to keeping her modesty in place.

“Would you mind stepping out for a moment while I dig out a pair of jeans or something?” Katie asked. Seamus raised an eyebrow in question but Katie rushed on, “I know it’s silly with you being…” Words failed her. Was Seamus a ghost? If so, he was unlike any she had come across before. “Uh, not quite solid, but I have a rule about being fully dressed when I meet new people.”

Katie forced a smile on her face, even though she knew she had turned bright-pink from embarrassment.

To his credit, Seamus didn’t laugh but he did a poor job of hiding his smirk. “Very well. When you’re comfortable, simply open your door.” Seamus moved to the door then paused and turned to look at her. With a mischievous grin he added, “I look forward to meeting you properly.”

Katie frowned at Seamus’ back as he passed through the closed door and disappeared from her sight.

Author Bio & Links:

Dena Garson is an award winning author of contemporary, paranormal, fantasy, and sci-fi romance. Her sixth book, Mystic’s Touch, won the 2015 Passionate Plume for Futuristic/Fantasy/Sci-Fi as well as the 2015 Reader’s Choice Award for Science Fiction/Fantasy/Time Travel. Ghostly Persuasion finaled in the 2014 Passionate Plume and the 2014 Reader’s Choice Award. Your Wild Heart finaled in the 2016 Passionate Plume for Paranormal Romance.

When she isn't writing you can find her at her jewelry workbench playing with beads. She is also a devoted Whovian and Dallas Cowboys fan.

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