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For centuries Fair Castle stood proudly on English soil...until an eccentric millionaire bought and transported it, stone by stone, to America. Today, the ancient stronghold is home to his heiress, lovely Elinor MacLeish and her family...and it is also home to the ghosts that refuse to leave their ancestral dwelling.
Willian Braddock, also known as Lord Norwood, was once an impoverished English peer. But having made his fortune, he has set his sights on America. Fair Castle was once his. And now, he wants it back.
When the English nobleman meets the headstrong American heiress, the battle is joined. Someone-- or something-- wants the castle back, and will stop at nothing to get it. But who will lose Fair Castle, and who will lose their hearts?
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Antoinette Stockenberg has been enthralling readers worldwide with her charming tales of romance, her unforgettable characters, and her stories that hold a touch of magic. Now, lose yourself in her latest tale that will keep you spellbound...
Antoinette Stockenberg is the winner of a RITA for Emily's Ghost and has been nominated for numerous other awards. She and her husband of thirty-odd years have lived both on the ocean (in a boat, of course) and next to it. Currently they live inland in Massachusetts, but they plan to return to the coast someday.
Raised in a castle that her eccentrically romantic grandfather had transported from England to the Hudson River Valley, children's book illustrator Elinor MacLeish is stunned when William Braddock, Lord Norwood, the heir of Fair Castle's original owner, appears on the family doorstep, determined to return the castle to England?and willing to make an offer her grandparents can't refuse. Well-developed, likable protagonists; appealing relatives; an intriguing villain; and a ghostly pair of ancient lovers propel the plot of this occasionally confusing but well-written story with a definite Gothic touch. Stockenberg (Beyond Midnight, St. Martin, 1996) has written a number romances with a paranormal twist, including her Rita-winning Emily's Ghost (Dell, 1992). She lives in Massachusetts.
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Book Description St. Martin's Paperbacks, 1997. Mass Market Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0312961685
Book Description St. Martin's Paperbacks, 1997. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0312961685