The Reluctant Ghost

The Reluctant Ghost In his lifetime Harry was a rogue and a rake Now he s a ghost visible only to those in love He roams the halls of Steadford Abbey atoning for his romantic sins by helping others find romance sometim

  • Title: The Reluctant Ghost
  • Author: Sheila Rosalynd Allen
  • ISBN: 9781560540885
  • Page: 491
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In his lifetime, Harry was a rogue and a rake Now he s a ghost visible only to those in love He roams the halls of Steadford Abbey, atoning for his romantic sins by helping others find romance sometimes, with the most unexpected and charming resultsJane Steadford is trying to save the Abbey but her detestable great uncle has sold it to Charles Graham, the Ninth EaIn his lifetime, Harry was a rogue and a rake Now he s a ghost visible only to those in love He roams the halls of Steadford Abbey, atoning for his romantic sins by helping others find romance sometimes, with the most unexpected and charming resultsJane Steadford is trying to save the Abbey but her detestable great uncle has sold it to Charles Graham, the Ninth Earl of Warwick And the attractive earl proves quite stubborn about keeping the place, despite Jane s claim that it s haunted a fanciful tale designed to drive him away Little does she know thata ghost does indeed reside at Steadford Abbey and that the very same ghost will do anything to bring Jane and Charles together

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    372 thoughts on “The Reluctant Ghost

    • I rec'd this book for free - someone's castoff - so I had low expectations. It was a typical period romance, with a harmless ghost thrown in. Very light reading; likable characters. Definitely seems to be an introduction to a continuing story, which it must be since this book is labeled "The Lovers of Steadford Abbey, #1)." Will I read more? hmmmmm


    • Jane Steadford is determined to save the only home her beloved aunt has ever known, Steadford Abbey. Her uncle Nigel is equally determined to sell it and Charles Graham is equally determined to buy it. Shenanigans ensue, not the least of which is Jane’s plan to convince Charles that the Abbey is haunted. Little does she know that it actually is. Sir Harry has been moping about the halls for years, gazing adoringly at Lady Agatha, but remaining unseen himself. He’s never really understood his [...]


    • I chose this book at random because I was "convalescing" and in the mood for a little light hearted reading material (read that as "easy")What a mistake. It was nothing more than a collection of hackneyed descriptions, borrowed situations and trite dialog - as if the author had plucked these at random from various Victorian novels cutting and pasting them into place. A waste of ink and paper. I tossed it aside in disgust after only a few chapters. In what universe is this drivel considered worth [...]


    • I love this book. It is a really good book to read. It is a Mystery/light Romance type story and its mostly about finding out who the Ghost is than anything else. This is Book #1 in the Adventures of Harry the Ghost Series. I am hoping that the Library has the rest of the books in this series cause I love this series.


    • Started a little slow but ended strong. Jane Steadford is trying to save the Abbey she grew up in but her great uncle has sold it off to the Ninth Earl of Warwick. Her Grandmama is convinced he is just trifling with her.


    • Brain candy romance novel. Irked me though that it's set in 1804 and the two leads have to move photographs off a desk. Last time I checked photography wasn't that well developed at that time, if it existed at all.





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