Haunted Regency Series #1
Night Shift Publishing
On Sale: October 1, 2014
Featuring: Marquess of Bradenham; Alastair Darrington, Viscount Wolverly; Blake Chetwey
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*Two Ways to Read this Collection*
In writing ONE HAUNTED EVENING, Jerrica, Jane and Ava
discovered that each story was so closely related that in
reading the stories separately, pivotal points of other
stories would be given away. So we are offering two ways
to read ONE HAUNTED EVENING â€“ (1) each separate novella
as written or (2) a combined novel version of all three
novellas in one timeline from start to finish. You can
choose either or both. The path of your HAUNTED journey
is up to you...
In Ava Stoneâ€™s THE LADY VANISHES â€“ After inheriting a
reputedly haunted medieval castle, the Marquess of
Bradenham heads to Ravenglass with his friends to inspect
the place and host a Samhain masquerade party. He gets a
most welcome surprise when he meets a lovely girl in the
castleâ€™s gardens and the rest of his life suddenly has a
purpose. * Callie Eilbeck has always avoided Marisdun
Castle, thereâ€™s something about the place that has
terrified her from even her youngest days. But after a
chance encounter with the castleâ€™s new owner and falling
rather fast for handsome marquess, Callie vanishes
without a trace just like the castleâ€™s former mistress.
Is one of Bradenhamâ€™s friends responsible for her
disappearance? Or has the castle claimed another victim?
And can the marquess find her before itâ€™s too late and
sheâ€™s lost forever?
In Jerrica Knight-Cataniaâ€™s THE HAUNTING OF LORD WOLF -
Daphne Alcott is rather content with her simple life in
Cumberland, making rum butter for her neighbors and
assisting her brother, the town doctor, whenever he might
need her. But as the cold winds of autumn blow, they
bring with them a caravan of handsome gentlemen from
London who turn their little town on its ear. * Alastair
Darrington, Viscount Wolverly, is happy to go along with
his friends on this little adventure to the Lake
District. He hasnâ€™t anything better to do, and a change
of scenery is always welcome. What he doesnâ€™t expect,
though, is the young woman, covered in sticky, brown rum
butter, who makes him question everything heâ€™s ever
thought about love, country life, and ghosts.
In Jane Charlesâ€™s HER MUSE, HER MAGIC - Brighid Glace is
not a witch, no matter how many times Blake Chetwey has
called her one. She's a healer and he should be quite
grateful she is too. Without her abilities, he might not
survive his holiday at haunted MarisdĂąn Castle when
another bout of Malaria hits him. But should anything
terrible ever befall Blake, Brighid would never forgive
herself if she didn't do all she could to save him. Her
heart would never survive otherwise. * After years of
denying that Brighidâ€™s mere presence affects him in ways
he can't understand, Blake's future is now in her hands.
She is lovely, and enchanting, and only a witch could
make him feel such things. Is it his fevered state that
has caused him to see her in a different light, or has he
always known that there was something between them? But
now that he sees her clearly, will he lose her to a
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