A Ghost for Maggie by Emily Carmichael

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She's a ghost with a disreputable past...and a heavenly mission.

With her trademark blend of sparkling humor and sizzling romance, Emily Carmichael has earned a legion of devoted fans. Now she returns to delight readers with a wickedly delicious tale of modern love--and some old-fashioned meddling....

Once, sultry Robin Rowe was the hottest madam in the whole Wild West. Then a jealous suitor shot her dead. But when the wicked Red Robin departed this life, she didn't depart this world. Instead she found herself hanging around, watching as her daughter and her daughter's daughters made first-class fools of themselves over the wrong men...until now, a hundred years later, Robin has just one descendant left.

It doesn't take a genius to see that bright, beautiful, mistrustful Maggie Potter is headed for spinsterhood. So when fate drops her on Robin's doorstep, the sexy ghost jumps at the chance to straighten out her great-great-granddaughter. Only Robin doesn't know how challenging the job of guiding Maggie's love life is going to be. For Maggie's on vacation from men--maybe even a permanent leave of absence. Still, Robin didn't get to be the most successful tart in town by giving up. Now she's prepared to do everything in her ghostly power to see that Maggie lands herself the perfect man, even if she has to teach Maggie her most erotic secrets....

About Emily Carmichael

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Emily Carmichael, award-winning author of twenty-two novels and novellas, has won praise for both her historical and contemporary romances. She currently lives in her native state of Arizona with her husband and a houseful of dogs. She is a volunteer in a pet therapy program. She is currently at work on her next pet therapy novel for Bantam Dell. "From the Paperback edition.
Published September 1, 1999 by Random House. 371 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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This time, she entertains with a mischievous ghost in the form of Robin Rowe, madam of Robin's Nest, the hottest whorehouse in Jerome, Ariz.--or at least Robin was, until Jack Schmidt shot her dead in the outhouse.

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Though eventually the lack-of trust between Maggie and Colby goes on far too long, it initially makes for sparks and sparkling dialogue between Maggie and Colby and Maggie and Robin, who shows herself to Catherine, Tom (and a sort of witch-exorcist that Tom brings in), but for some reason, not to...

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