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Claire Raythorn arrives in Florence, Italy, shattered, alone, and anxious to rebuild her life - preferably without men. But she soon finds herself hunted and haunted - literally - when a mysterious stalker dressed like Mr. Darcy from BBC central casting appears in her photos...and only her photos. Who is this man? And what does his ghostly presence mean? 

Dante D’Angelo simply wants to safeguard his brothers, despite the family curse that hounds his vision. But then Claire Raythorn walks into his life, untouched somehow by his curse. Soon, everything Dante thought he knew about himself starts to unravel, dragging Claire down with him.

Set against the lush backdrop of Florence - both past and present - Claire and Dante fight for a future together. But, first, they must uncover their shared past...

©2016 Nichole Van (P)2020 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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I love the actual book but...

I cannot stand these narrators. Dante who is half Italian and half American (raised in Portland) sounds like he’s from Chicago! The voices given to the opposite sexes are horrible. Neither narrator can even closely pull of either a British accent or a Scottish brogue. These were the distracting parts of the book.

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