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A man in a kilt
Blair, Sandy.
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Publication Information:
New York : Zebra Books, [2004]

Physical Description:
315 pages; 18 cm
A unique and fascinating Scottish tale.
General Note:
Zebra Debut
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Central Library FICTION Adult Fiction Central Closed Stacks
Central Library FICTION Adult Mass Market Paperback Central Library

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Laird Duncan MacDougal is cursed to wander his castle as a ghost until a woman frees him. Can the new mistress of Blackstone, newly arrived from a barbarous land called the Bronx, be the one?

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Booklist Review

For the first time, Beth Pudding has a home of her own, even if it is a haunted castle. Blackstone Castle's ghost is reported to be Duncan Angus MacDougall, who has spent the last 600 years trapped between life and death after being cursed by his third wife's gypsy-witch mother. Just when Beth is getting used to having her own personal ghost, a boating accident sends her back in time to the real Duncan, who mistakes her for his fourth wife. Trapped in the past sans her trusty makeup case, Beth is desperate to figure out how to return to the present until she realizes that her love for Duncan might be the key to breaking the curse. A Gold Heart winner from the Romance Writers of America, Blair's richly imagined tale has all the ingredients of a great love story: a strong heroine with a sharp sense of humor, a deliciously sexy hero, and polished writing. Those who relish romances with a paranormal twist will fall in love with Blair's witty and enchanting debut. --John Charles Copyright 2004 Booklist

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