The Ghost of Glendale written and self-published by Natalie Kleinman is available NOW in ebook and paperback format. The ebook is also included in the kindleunlimited scheme.
To buy link: http://amzn.to/2DKo8yB
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At twenty-four years old, Phoebe Marcham is resigned to spinsterhood, unwilling to settle for anything less than the deep love her parents had shared. That is, until adventurer Duncan Armstrong rides into her home wood, larger than life and with laughter in his eyes and more charm in his little finger than anyone she’s ever met.
Far from ridiculing her family ghost, Duncan resolves to help solve the mystery which has left Simon Marcham a spirit in torment for two hundred years.
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I am so pleased to be involved in the blogtour celebrating and promoting the launch of Natalie Kleinman’s latest novel: The Ghost of Glendale. This is the second book I’ve read by Natalie Kleinman and The Ghost of Glendale came to fruition by Natalie’s love of the Regency era.
The Ghost of Glendale was a very readable story set in the Regency era in rural Somerset. The author Natalie Kleinman’s writing style befits this popular literary period giving credence to the characters created and the sweeping location. This was a charming love story with a difference, a love story with a mystery surrounding the spirit with it’s presence still felt 200 years later.
Phoebe Marcham was fascinated by the story of her late great, great, great grandfather Simon Marcham and she believed his spirit was still present in the family home and with the help of a handsome Scotsman, who happened to be best friends of her neighbour, the duo set about unearthing clues to why Simon Marcham’s spirit was still felt.
There was a gentleness surrounding this story and it felt quite charming. I was transported back to the glorious regency period to when ladies and gentleman observed formalities with society. The banter between the characters brought a polite smile to your face and you could feel like you’d stepped into a TV period drama.
An intriguing, charming romance with a believable mystery.
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