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Thursday, February 12, 2009

Review - MacGowan's Ghost by Cindy Miles

Title: MacGowan’s Ghost
Author: Cindy Miles
Publisher: Signet Eclipse
Buy Link: MacGowan's Ghost (Signet Eclipse)

Rating: You Need Read

Reviewer: Sashet

Gabe MacGowan—a sexy, brooding, guilt-ridden widower and father to mischievous seven-yearold Jake—is the proprietor of Odin’s Thumb Inn and Pub in a misty Scottish seaside village. He decides to sell the inn and move, not only to give his son a more stable environment, but to escape the ghosts who haunt him—in particular his dead wife.

Gabe hires Allie Morgan, an easy-going and fun-loving American, to oust the spirits who are chasing away potential buyers. Odin’s Thumb is bustling with frightened tourists, quirky residents of the village, and dodgy yet lovable apparitions—including the ghost of a sea captain who fancies Allie. Allie knows she can help Gabe chase away his own ghosts, but can she help him rediscover life—and love?

MacGowan’s Ghost was a first for Ms. Miles fans – neither the hero nor the heroine was a ghost. That isn’t to say there weren’t a full cast of the living impaired or her trademark humor. As with all of her book, sexual tension is the name of the game. If you prefer reading tension instead of a lot of love scenes, you’ll love this book. I completely enjoyed spending time in the village of Sealladh na Mara with Gabe, Allie, Jake and all the ghost.

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