“G” Ghost Lover by Stephanie Hurt

We now start the second week of this challenge, I’m having so much fun meeting lots of new people, thanks for all of your support. Today’s letter in my AtoZ Challenge is “G” and I bring you Ghost Lover by Stephanie Hurt. Stephanie opened the challenge on day 1 with the letter A and her book “A love never Lost”. She has also been a guest author on my blog, find out more about Stephanie here http://wp.me/p2Eu3u-dv

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Having a father who thought business came first and his daughter last had affected her. But when Jess turned 21 he gave her a gift that would change her life and add an unexpected love. What was behind such an extravagant and unexpected gift? Would her father’s business partner put a stop to any happiness that she could have or would the man of her dreams take her away from it all. Jess would soon find out her father’s sinister plan. When tragedy strikes will she find her Ghost Lover or will all be lost.
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Ghost Lover – This was the first book that I published. It took six months to write from start to finish and I enjoyed every moment of it. This book goes through several emotional changes. One minute you’re seeing first love and then you’re angry with her over possessive father and his business partner. But as the story unfolds you get involved with the main characters and you start rooting for them. When this book was finished I was emotionally exhausted, but happy with the results.

Aug 27, 2012

Rosie Amber rated it  Rated through Goodreads.com and Amazon.uk

An easy read romance, I thought I had guessed the ending, but there was as unseen twist. This is the second book I have read from Stephanie, looking forward to her next one.


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Tender Flames by Stephanie Hurt

Read “Tender Flames” by Stephanie Hurt last night on Kindle. A lovely easy read romance set in the world of horses and ranchfolk.

In my own world of writing the flow of words to laptop has been extremely slow due to the school holidays. But the ideas are buzzing and as September approaches and the start of the new school year looms, I’m sure the hours spent typing will begin again. I’ve got plenty of material lined up for “The Farmer” and shouting for attention at the back are the characters for “More Talk of the Playground” I’m sure if I don’t hurry up with that one then Good old Glenda Glossop will have something to say about that!

As a parent I have a whole pile of things to achieve before term starts. I haven’t started the name labelling of all the new uniform and we still have shoes to buy and other bits and pieces, plus everyone needs an eye test and a hair cut! We’ve certainly been in “chill-out” mode. Time to put down the cricket bats, pack up the picnics (well perhaps there’s time for just a few more!) and step back up a gear!

Ghost LoverGhost Lover by Stephanie Hurt

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

An easy read romance, I thought I had guessed the ending, but there was as unseen twist. This is the second book I have read from Stephanie, looking forward to her next one.

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Moonbeam & RosesMoonbeam & Roses by Stephanie Hurt

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Great easy read romance, guessed the ending from a long way off, thought more twists would make it popular.

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