Title: Ancient Curse (Finding Rhodes End, Book 3)
Date of Release: Nov. 11, 2014
Genre: Fantasy, Paranormal Romance
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Evil never dies; and for psychic Rainie Gamble who accepts a job to weed out evil artifacts, this could not be more true. When she arrives at the home of Thomas Broquette, her new boss, she isn’t sure what to expect. But the handsome and intriguing Thomas is only the tip of the paranormal activity she encounters while going through his library.
After several near misses when Rainie is injured by evil forces, she wonders if her new boss is hiding a secret? What does the previous owner Mason have to do with the threads of doom encasing the estate? And why does Thomas bring her father, a well-known art thief, into their midst.
The attraction she feels for Thomas grows, as does the evil winning its battle against the inhabitants of what could be her new home. Rainie wonders if she will find and defeat the inhuman force causing all their problems before she and Thomas are sucked into its evil forever.
Behind the Scenes: For those who want to read more about Rhodes End, the town that inspired (or is it haunted?) the tales captured in the series, information on its background and location can be found here.
Barbara Edwards is a native New Englander. She writes poetry for herself and novels when she needs to tell a longer tale. Barbara is fascinated by the past so naturally turned to writing historical romance. The dark stories evolve from nightmares. The romance comes from her belief in people's basic goodness and longing for love. Barbara lived in Florida for several years and is past president of the Central Florida Romance Writers.
Among her interests are target shooting and camping. An avid Civil War re-enactor, Barbara travels the eastern states to participate in events. She loves visiting museums, galleries and battle sites, gathering information for her stories.
Find her on the web at:
Amazon Author Page http://www.amazon.com/-/e/B003F6ZK1A/
Disclaimer: I received a copy of Ancient Curse as gift. That did not make me read the book from cover to cover, the description, the historical setting, fine prose and strong, sensuous characters did.