Review: Ghosts at Neddingfield Hall by Fenella Jane Miller

"The Ghosts at Neddingfield is a fabulous story of simmering attraction, mysterious exploits and wonderful suspense from the talented Fenella Jane Miller!"

Miss Hester Frobisher is shocked when she gets to Neddingfield Hall and finds her Aunt Agatha and her whole retinue of staff gone. Surely they cannot have disappeared into thin air? Although the locals have long believed that the Hall is plagued by ghosts, Hester refuses to believe such nonsense. She is determined to find out what really happened to her aunt – it’s just a pity that her distant cousin, Ralph Sinclair, the Earl of Waverley, has arrived at the Hall and seems determined to thwart her investigation!

Ralph is equally bewildered by his Aunt’s sudden disappearance. Having been invited by Agatha for a visit, he is shocked to find that she’s abandoned her precious household. But he’s adamant that he will get to the bottom of this mysterious disappearance and find his Aunt – and he is certainly not about to let an outspoken chit of a girl like Hester interfere with his inquiry!

However, when things begin to go from bad to worse at Neddingfield Hall, Hester and Ralph realize that they must work together or else risk succumbing to danger. As the threats to their lives escalate, so does their attraction towards one another, but amidst all the peril surrounding them, does their love stand a chance of surviving?

Fenella Jane Miller seamlessly blends moving romance with enthralling suspense in this wonderfully intriguing Regency romance! With its winning blend of extraordinary characters, nail-biting mystery and enchanting passion, The Ghosts at Neddingfield Hall is yet another testament to Fenella Jane Miller’s extraordinary storytelling prowess!

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About the Book:
Genre: historical
ISBN: 978-0709086901
Page Count: 224 Pages
Price: $ £18.99
Reviewer: Julie Bonello

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Sensuality Rating: Sweet
Star Rating: 4 Stars
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posted Monday, October 5th, 2009

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