A psychic interior designer reluctantly agrees to renovate a sexy investor's abandoned hotel on Loch Sheldrake, a lake rumored to have once been the mob's body dumping ground.
Interior designer Kate Bardach loves her single girl's lifestyle, living in Manhattan and spending weekends at her lake house. She's passionate about her career, too - reinventing old buildings. But there are some projects she can't take on because of the spirits trapped inside. Kate is psychic - she sees dead people.
Marco Lareci is one of Wall Street's most successful investment brokers who's achieved all of his life's goals - except for finding his soulmate. His latest project, an abandoned resort on Loch Sheldrake, needs a savvy designer to transform the crumbling complex into a boutique hotel. When Marco meets Kate, he can't believe his luck. She's the perfect match for his business and his heart.
Marco's body excites Kate even more than does his renovation project. But he wants more than a casual relationship, and she's not willing to give up her freedom. Plus, the haunting at Marco's resort, a bona fide poltergeist, affects her on an intensely personal level. Kate's aunt disappeared from the place 50 years ago.
Will the spirit doom Kate and Marco's love, or drive them closer together?
©2016 Frances S Brown (P)2016 Frances S Brown
Hearts Unloched is a great story from beginning to end. Claire Gem really brings her characters to life. This story has romance, intrigue, suspense and is packed full of emotions. The setting comes to life, I really felt like I was there.
When a heroine sounds just like the hero I can't read the book. It was like listening to two men all the time. And the 25% was sooo boring. If it had been a novella I might have been able to listen to the whole thing but it's 320 pages so I have to stop. Besides they only met a few hours ago and have already had sex and they are both talking about heart-feelings so it looks and sounds like insta-love.
Joshua Saulter really needs to do something about his women's voices. You can tell he doesn't even try to sound the least bit feminine.
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