Anything's Possible

Fantasy Romance Anything's Possible

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Anything's Possible

A small hotel on the New Hampshire coast is barely managing to stay in the black, so the manager’s niece, Cassie, concocts a ghost story with the aim of luring curious guests. Their first visitor is a handsome young man named Dan. Cassie is undeniably attracted to him, but he seems wrapped up in more mysteries than she can count. Later, after more ghost-happy guests flood the hotel, uncanny incidents begin to happen…and they seem to be concentrated around Dan. Even as the intrigue around him intensifies, Cassie realizes she’s falling harder for Dan by the minute.

Reading terms 3-day rental / membership period
Preview 30 Pages
Pages 128 Pages
becky's comment - November 28th, 2014

This could be the most different story in all of the Harlequin stories I've read. Hero went to stay in a hotel and there he met heroine, who was helping her aunt in the hotel. And there's a rumor that a ghost is in the hotel. And of course hero and heroine saw it. When hero and heroine fell in love with each other, hero told heroine about himself that he is actually a journalist and someone is trying to kill him. When they saved themselves the assassin appeared, and also the ghost of the hotel did. This is though a love story but also about adventure and paranormal, and it is very interesting.

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Only two things that bothered me 4  4

SPOILERS INCLUDED: We have two intertwining stories here. The first, an accomplished businesswoman (the heroine), who has come to spend a month with her aunt to try and help her turn her aunt's failing bed & breakfast around. The B&B is built in a mansion with tragic history in the local community - a whaling captain built it for his loyal wife but died at sea before he could live there with her, and she died waiting for him. To that end, the heroine decide to build on that history and starts a rumor that the B&B is haunted, and hires a local actor to provide a few sightings for substance - an actor who proves to be very adept at his role. The second revolves around their very first guest (the hero). He's recovering from an injury, paying cash for his stay and the heroine sees the scar of a bullet wound on his arm. She knows he's lying about why he's there in their remote little B&B, but she doesn't know why. As our story advances, we get mutual attraction, eccentric guests drawn in by the 'ghost' and the hero being warned an assassin is on his tail. With that knowledge, he has to make a choice - risk drawing his newfound love into his mess, or leaving her behind and safe. Well, we all know what a proper hero would decide, and he is no exception, but the question is will the assassin strike before he can, and will the heroine cooperate? You can probably guess the answers to those questions :). So what bothered me? I would have liked the story better without the BBV (Bed Before Vows). It just wasn't needed for the plot. There is also an erroneous little thread that runs through the story that implies it takes good deeds to earn a 'ticket' from God to get into Heaven. Unfortunately, that is not what the Bible teaches. The Bible teaches that Heaven's gates are only open for those who have accepted Jesus Christ as their Savior and the forgiveness He offers through His sacrifice and resurrection. That said, it was an enjoyable story with a little bit of mystery, a large dose of danger, a good helping of sweetness, and exceptional art. If you aren't bothered by the BBV and doctrinal errors, you might like it for your bookshelf.

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