“Somebody’s Darling (The Gettysburg Ghost Series Book 1)” by Linda Fausnet

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“Somebody’s Darling (The Gettysburg Ghost Series Book 1)

Genre: Historical Romance/Time Travel/Ghosts

Release Date: January 11, 2016

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**Please note that this is a paranormal romance story with explicit sexual content.**

Confederate soldier Jesse Spenser has fallen in love for the first time.
Lucy works in a tavern in Gettysburg and literally doesn’t know he exists.
That’s because Jesse’s a ghost. He died in battle 150 years ago…

As a spirit, Private Spenser can be invisible at will and has admired Lucy Westbrook from afar for months. He’s passionately in love with her, but won’t approach her because she’s terrified of ghosts. Besides, he’s dead. There’s no hope for a future with her.

Jesse’s immortal enemy, a Union soldier named Joel, boasts that any woman would pick him over Jesse. They choose Lucy for their wager. At first, she takes them for charming reenactors as they argue for her favor. However, it’s not long before she realizes that they’re dead.

After recovering from her initial terror, she befriends the two soldiers. She tries to help them cross over to heaven, and is even able to help the two enemies get along…sometimes. Though Joel is undeniably gorgeous, she falls hard for Jesse, with his sexy Southern accent and chivalrous manner.

When Jesse realizes that she loves him, too, he no longer wishes to cross over. Even though he can’t even touch his beloved Lucy, he cannot bear to leave her.

 

Jesse had died without ever having been with a woman. Will he get a second chance at love or be separated from his darling forever?

If you’re looking for tender romance with steamy, passionate love scenes, you’ll enjoy this first installment of the Gettysburg Ghost series!

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