Watchkeeper by Debra Glass
(Phantom Lovers, Book Three)

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Third in the Phantom Lovers series. (All books in the Phantom Lovers series are stand alone reads.)

When Gwendolyn Wyse booked a room at a bed and breakfast in romantic Charleston, South Carolina, she'd hoped to rekindle the flame in her cold, unresponsive husband. What she didn't expect were divorce papers - or her husband's untimely death.

Shocked and desperate, Gwen relies on her background as a witch and her knowledge of magic, invoking the rite of twilight to bring her husband's soul back from the dead. But nothing prepares her for the swashbuckling spirit who answers her call - Stede Bonnet, the gentleman pirate who died on that very spot three centuries prior and who now possesses her husband's body.

Stede offers Gwen all the passion she never had with her husband. But when the pirate lays claim to her heart, Gwen must choose between the man she loves and the demands of Stede's mortal enemy, a villainous spirit with the power to take away everything Gwen holds most dear - including her pirate lover.

About Debra Glass

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Debra Glass holds an MAed with emphasis in history from the University of North Alabama. The author of over thirty-five books of folklore and romance, she has also penned several articles for Fate Magazine as well as historical articles for various Civil War Magazines. She conducts the Haunted History of the Shoals Ghost Walk Tours. Heath Mathews is a military historian and has worked and volunteered at several historical sites, including: The Carter House, (Franklin, Tennessee), Carnton Plantation, (Franklin, Tennessee), Chickamauga Chattanooga National Military Park, and Rippavilla Plantation, (Springhill, Tennessee). He has also served as a research historian for Wide Awake Films. He has appeared as a historian, on the History Channel's Civil War Combat Series Franklin.
Published November 1, 2009 by Ellora's Cave Publishing Inc. 264 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Erotica. Fiction

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