Light Paranormal / Romantic Comedy
Date Published: February 1, 2016
Town baker Patricia O'Dare wants to buy the famous, but sadly derelict, Rosemoor Bed & Breakfast, and turn it into a luxurious teashop. Only one thing stands in her way, bad boy restaurateur Zach Franco who wants the building so he can expand his pizza empire. Add a pesky ghost that seems to dislike the idea of having its home turned into a restaurant, and Banshee Creek’s first Valentine Day’s Ball and things get dicey pretty fast.
All's fair in love and war, specially where the incorrigible Zach Franco is concerned, but as the fight over the Rosemoor heats up, Patricia fears that she may be winning the battle, but losing her chance at love.
I really liked the premise of this story and from the synopsis was drawn in.
I really liked the addition of the comical aspect. The wit and comedic relief was well done.
The Paranormal Aspect takes a back seat, which is a bit different from Ani Gonzalez's previous novels. But the Romance was very well done as usual.