Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Phantom Mischief by Jennifer LaRose-Review

Phantom Mischief
by Jennifer LaRose



Shanna is thrilled when her fiancĂ© sweeps her off to Ireland for a romantic interlude and asks her to marry him at Castle Tullamore. But their sexual adventure quickly turns into a nightmare when he reveals his dark side. With the engagement broken and her fiancĂ© gone, she crumples into the arms of Tullamore’s handsome gardener, Niall. He proves how hot, sensual and mind-blowing sex can be. It’s unsettling, though, how he manages to distance himself after making love. In fact, he downright disappears!
Niall mourns the death of his beloved Abigail until he sees Shanna. He falls in love with the gorgeous American but fears his heart will surely be broken again. They can’t stay together, not in the manner Shanna needs. But when a determined, dark apparition begins stalking her, Niall realizes it may be the key to their destiny.
Inside scoop: In one red-hot scene, Niall introduces Shanna to the joys of spanking.
I was looking for something different to read and when I had the opportunity to read & review Phantom Mischief, I was pretty darn excited. Although, I have to admit.. I have never read a story where the hero is a phantom/ghost before, so I wasn't quite sure how a phantom could fall in love or how a phantom could actually make love. But, Jennifer LaRose does a wonderful job of explaining how this could happen and does happen in this book (in some pretty vivid/hot details too).
Shanna's fiancee proves to be an absolute jerk and after he leaves her alone in Ireland, Niall steps in to sooth her broken heart. (I wouldn't mind Niall soothing my broken anything) There are apparitions, haunted forests, mysteries, and lots of hot lovin in this book. I really did not expect what Nial & Shanna came across in the dungeon.
This book makes a great October read, heck it makes a great read anytime of year. Pick it up you will not be disappointed!
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1 comment:

  1. Kerry, thank you so much for the great review on Phantom Mischief. I'm thrilled you enjoyed it!
    My best,
    Jen LaRose