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We've all heard the expression "a man's home is his castle." But what happens when a man's castle turns out to be someone else's home? That's the situation in DREAM A LITTLE DREAM, my latest contemporary eBook release.
William Braddock, Baron of Norwood, has earned a fortune that dwarfs the one his English grandfather lost in the Great Depression, but there's a little something still missing that he needs to acquire: the family castle. Like an idiot, Will has promised it to his grandmother. He can afford to buy it back, all right. Problem is, it's been moved to the other side of the ocean.
It's inhabited, still, by the whimsical couple who bought it and by their daughter and two granddaughters, the elder of whom is fiery Elinor MacLeish. Elinor is the stuff of men's nightmares —stubborn, feisty, impulsive, reckless, and not particularly submissive. Not to mention, she's an American. Just to complicate matters, she's also attractive, sexy, intriguing and an exhilarating opponent. She has Will on his ear in no time flat.
But Will hasn't got where he is by giving up easily. A good thing, too, because besides the whole MacLeish clan, he finds himself crossing swords with yet another adversary who has his own agenda. And overseeing all the skirmishes and battles are a pair of ghostly lovers whose ties to the castle are far, far more ancient than those of anyone else.
I hope you enjoy DREAM A LITTLE DREAM. It's a modern fairy tale with a "definite Gothic touch," as Library Journal put it. Fun and lighthearted, it's just the book for curling up with on a long winter's night.
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As anyone who's visited this site in the last several years knows, I've
fallen victim to the first and only hobby of my life: collecting
antique cardboard Christmas houses and little tin figures to populate
them. Every year a kind of Christmas Brigadoon appears on my fireplace
mantel; the accompanying stories I write for the villages I arrange are evolving
into a miniature Christmas saga of its own. To enter my holiday site,
just click on the village.