Highland Ghost for Christmas by Jo-Ann Carson

Jo-Ann Carson and her book Highland Ghost for Christmas is our featured book today. You’ve got to read this one. I just finished reading it and it is such a wonderful holiday story. I love how the main characters help each other out in their time of need.

 

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A Highland Ghost for Christmas

Jilted by her fiancé, librarian Maddy Jacobson is nursing a broken heart, when her best friend gives her an early Christmas present. Intended to be a fun, psychic reading in a spooky, tea house, the gift turns out to be life changing. Maddy becomes haunted by a mischievous, Highland ghost.

Ruggedly handsome, Cullen Macfie, the Highlander, has been dead for over three centuries, and never in all those years has he been as attracted to a woman, as he is to Maddy. He falls hopelessly in love and decides to woo her.

Can there be a future for a librarian and a naughty, Highland ghost?

A Highland Ghost for Christmas is a sweet, romantic comedy guaranteed to warm the cockles of your heart, make you laugh out loud and leave you craving a man in a kilt … and shortbread, of course.
Buy it here:  A Highland Ghost for Christmas

 

About the Author:

Jo-Ann Carson writes romance twisted with suspense and polished with humor. Her strong characters take the reader on a fast and fun journey. Currently she’s writing the Gambling Ghost series, a collection of paranormal sweet, romances guaranteed to warm the cockles of your heart, make you laugh out loud and leave you craving a ghost of your own.

Jo-Ann loves to interact with readers and can be found on social media:

Website * Blog * TwitterFacebook

 

 

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