Wanted: One Ghost (The Crossroads of Kings Mill #1) by Loni Lynne (Review by Valerie – #NerdGirlVal)


Title: Wanted: One Ghost (The Crossroads of Kings Mill #1)

Author: Loni Lynne 

Published Date: June 1st 2013

Genre: Fiction/Romance/Historical/Paranormal


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Stuck in ghostly limbo for 238 years, James Addison can’t move on to an afterlife. After being falsely accused of treason and executed, fate’s cursed him to remain an earth-bound specter until he meets a historian sent to research his past.
Distrustful of fate, Dr. April Branford wants to be taken seriously, but her unique ability to divine history by touching objects seriously compromises her credibility. Her latest assignment? James Addison, a legendary colonial ladies’ man with a shadowy past. Without much to go on, she doesn’t hold out much hope to discover the man behind the legend until the day she accidentally touches him and brings him back to life.
With the help of family and ghosts from James’s past, they unravel the truth. But after falling in love and with time running out, it’s hard for April to believe in fate and a future where forever is now.


***Adult Warning – May Contain  Sex,  Or Adult Situations. Caution Advised***
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***Valerie – #NerdGirlVal’s  Review***
Do you believe in Fate? Do you believe in Ghost? Do you believe in Psychometry? Do you believe a Chatelaine could help solve a 180 year old Mystery? And do you believe in Love at First Sight?
Well you will after reading this book. Loni Lynne wrote the best history lesson ever. I wish my history books back in school read like this book. Maybe I would of paid more attention. She brought to life two different time and wove them together. She had me believing that the history was real enough to look it up to get more information. She had me HOOKED!
My favorite line out of the whole book had me laughing so hard, ” I ended up being the one to show her how to dress a cucumber! Said Gram Dottie”. Loni put some comedy in here and there, and it was just enough to through you a curve ball. I was in awe, I laughed, I was on the edge of my seat and I cried. Full of surprises, especially the ending, old world meets new world sex, clothes, manners and so on. This book will not dull your senses that’s for sure. So to find out what my favorite part was and how fate, ghosts, psychometry and a chatelaine are all tied together, You will just have to read the book!


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