- Siren BookStrand
- Release Date
- January 2014
- Book 3 of The Sextet Presents...Legends
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, LGBTQ, Ménage or more, Paranormal Romance
Joanna Montgomery profits from the restoration and sale of beautiful old homes. When she acquires the antebellum mansion of Forest Manor, she soon discovers the rumors are true—the home is haunted by the ghosts of former owner Trevor Powell III and his lover Rutherford Jackson. Refusing to be thwarted, she starts to work despite their determination to frighten her away.
Trey and Ford were cursed by a woman who wrongly believed Trey would marry her. After the witch rouses the locals to lynch the men for their forbidden love, they are doomed to haunt the mansion for all eternity. The curse can only be broken if both men fall in love with a woman who loves them in return.
Can Trey and Ford win Joanna's love? And can they allow themselves to love her, knowing that breaking the curse might separate the three of them forever?
Book Review by Jen B (reviewer)
May 05, 2014 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
181 people found the following review helpful
THE GHOSTS & MS. MONTGOMERY is one of the most fun and entertaining books I have read in a while!
When Joanna buys Forest Manor with the intention of flipping it, she's been warned about how haunted it is and about how mean the ghosts are. But she doesn't care and she gets into the house and begins working on it.
Ford and Trey are two ghosts who are in love but cursed by a jealous woman to never be able to touch each other and to haunt the mansion forever.
While Trey is not happy about Joanna making changes to his house, he cannot deny that he wants her, as does Ford. When the three of them finally get together, it is explosive. But can this hot running passion help them end this curse and give them the chance to know happiness in modern times?
I absolutely loved this book. The storyline is original and creative, and while there is definite romance and heat, the story is also fun. I smiled at Joanna's reaction to the ghosts but I laughed out loud at their reactions to her. This book brought out a lot of emotion: laughter, upset for how the two ghosts were treated in life as well as for the reason why, and happiness when things resolve. The characters were gripping and the story grabbed my interest from the start. There was more than just one layer to what was happening and you have to read the entire story to get each one.
This was a great read that I thoroughly enjoyed and would highly recommend.
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