Myth and Magic
Genre Romantic Suspense
Publisher Kensington Publishing/Lyrical Press imprint
Love and danger intertwine
Veronica Kent fell in love with Caith Breckwood when they were children. As a teenager, she was certain he was the man she was destined to marry. But a traumatic event from Caith's past led him to fear a future together. He left Veronica, hoping to save her from a terrible fate. Twelve years later, Caith, now a P.I., is hired to investigate bizarre incidents at the secluded retreat Veronica manages. Returning to his hometown, Caith is forced to face his nightmares—and his feelings for the woman he’s always loved.
THEN ONE DAY THE MONSTERS BECAME REAL.
After the callous way Caith broke her heart, Veronica isn’t thrilled to see him again. But strange occurrences have taken a dangerous toll on business at Stone Willow Lodge. Forced to work together, Veronica discovers it isn’t ghostly apparitions that frighten her, but her passion for a man she has never forgotten. Or forgiven. Can two people with a tarnished past unearth a magical future?
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13 Reasons I Love Old Houses
1. They have character and are usually enhanced by yesteryear touches like imposing staircases, “keeping cupboards,” massive hearths, window seats, and wide plank wooden floors (to name a few).
2. Old houses evoke a sense of history and the whimsy of days gone by.
3. Many come with legends attached—perfect for sleuthing into shadowy occurrences that still haunt the present.
4. They’re an ideal setting for mysteries with their creaking floorboards, winding staircases, and towering windows.
5. As a child, I lived in an “old” house for a short time and have fond memories of exploring its many nooks and crannies.
6. When writing a novel, it’s easy to tuck a secret passage into an old home for the hero or heroine to find.
7. Many times old homes are nestled in secluded settings, adding to their aura of mystery.
8. Written into a novel, and old home can easily become a character itself, embellished with personality.
9. Old homes, rumors of hauntings, and Halloween naturally go together.
10. I work in real estate and have personally visited many old homes, some dating back to the 1700s. I’m always transported to another time whenever I step inside an older property, wondering about the people who lived there and the events that took place.
11. Snap a photo in an old home and you may discover “orbs” floating in the photograph. Spooky!
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