Ellis has no clue who she is, or how she came to be in the North of England, let alone why she keeps fading in and out.
Gawain and Ellie race against time, with the help of a castle full of ghosts, to find her body and save her life, not only because it is his charge but also because they are soul mates, destined to spend eternity together.
REVIEW: Have you ever picked up a book by random and thought well this looks good? That is what happened to me with this book. I have never heard of this author, not on any blogs, nor from any friends that read the same genre as me, and I am wondering how in the heck she slipped by me.
From the minute that I picked this one up, I couldn’t put it down. I read it in an afternoon and wanted more, so I immediately got on the computer and looked her up. I was surprised that she has several books out in this series, they can be read as part of the series, or as stand alones.
What is sexier than a modern warrior? Nothing that I can imagine. Gawain is a man that was forged in his time, that of the Crusades, a defender of the weak, a protector of the right. When Ellie appears in the middle of the road on his way from picking up his secret indulgence, fried snickers bars, he know that the last few days of his retirement will not be as easy going as he had hoped. To top it all off he is instantly attracted to her, which is completely against the rules.
Ellie, a woman with no name, no past and apparently no body, has no clue how she came to be in Northern England, nor where her body apparently is. The one thing she does know is that something strange is going on at the castle where she is being taken care, and that Gawain is very very hot.
I absolutely loved this book. It has all the elements to make a great book, humor, attraction, and a supporting cast that really makes the book. The ghosts that live in Gawain’s castle are some of the best supporting characters to ever be in a book.
I have to say that I am really glad that I stumbled across this author. I have added her to my must read authors.
I give this book a 4.5 out of 5.
This is a re-post of this review, I originally read and reviewed it in June and am re-posting that same review as I no longer have this book, I had checked it out from the library. Don’t forget to comment to be entered in the contest.