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➸ The Rarest Rose Author I. Beacham – Webpolitics.us

The Rarest RoseBeautiful Eleanor Teal Has Accepted The Tragedy In Her Life And Gradually Become Reclusive, Living Alone In Her Georgian Home In The Oxfordshire Cotswolds A Place She Once Shared With The Woman She Loved And Lost, And A Place Where She Feels Safe And Cocooned With Her Memories But Suddenly The House Doesn T Feel Safe Any Things Start To Happen There Things Distinctly Paranormal She Finds Her Life Being Haunted By The Presence Of A Ghost Who Is Desperately Trying To Tell Her Something.Help Comes To Eleanor In The Unexpected Form Of Kiernan Foyle, A Freelance Photographer With An Abundance Of Irish Charm And Wit But Who Hides A Secret That Makes Her Recoil From Love.Brought Together By The Haunting, They Soon Discover The Power Of True Love, But Are They Willing To Risk Loving Again

<Reading> ➸ The Rarest Rose Author I. Beacham – Webpolitics.us
  • Paperback
  • 240 pages
  • The Rarest Rose
  • I. Beacham
  • English
  • 16 March 2017
  • 9781602828841

    10 thoughts on “ ➸ The Rarest Rose Author I. Beacham – Webpolitics.us


  1. says:

    I picked this up on the strength of the author s previous work, Sanctuary, which is one of my all time favorite reads In Rarest Rose, two women, a photographer and her subject, are drawn together by a haunting As they attempt to delve deeper into the mystery, they start to develop feelings for one another However, both are hampered by their respective pasts one, a failed love and the other, a terrible loss As their feelings escalate, so do the hauntings I liked the very British feel of the entire book Everything from the gentle countryside setting, to the dialogue, to all the nicely drawn characters, and even the weather I could almost hear the accents But I feel the very Britishness of the whole book also holds back the passion The two women are very reserved, as in stiff upper lip reserved Too civil, too polite and a bit too dispassionate There is chemistry, but not enough spark and not enough sexual tension to si...


  2. says:

    I loved this book Great characters, interesting and nicely wrapped up plot, sweet tender romance and ghosts An excellent book that goes on my re read list I really like I Beacham s style of writing and I am looking forward to great stories from her.


  3. says:

    I was sorry to see The Rarest Rose come to an end as it is one of the sweetest and most riveting novels I have read in a while, with the bonus of having a genuinely challenging, spooky mystery I was mesmerized by I am ready to start anoth...


  4. says:

    Lovely story and well written book Though there is a ghost in this book and he frightens Ele, one of the main characters, there is really very little angst Though Ele and Kiernan are at first frightened by the appearance of the ghost, after a while they are excited about finding out about who he is and about the way...


  5. says:

    It was ok as a romance, I mean give me some broken characters that heal throughout the story, and I ll lap it up.For a ghost story, it was a bit too simplistic for me While at the beginning it was intrigueing, the solution was way too easy.All in all, a nice read.


  6. says:

    Review previously posted at The Good the Bad and the UnreadI do love a good ghost story mixed in with my romance, and this gentle romance most definitely features a ghost, although the mystery remains for a long time over whether the spirit in question is malevolent or simply misunderstood.Eleanor Teal was a major star of British breakfast television, until the day ten years ago when she suddenly dropped out of the limelight Now she lives with her cat in a Georgian style former vicarage and paints pictures of wild birds Her first illustrated book is about to come out, and she s appeared in public opening a shopping mall, so the editor of a local glossy magazine sends photographer Kiernan Foyle round to get a photo story All very British We love our perky, early morning presenters and every county or major city seems to have its own style magazine that crops up in supermarkets with pictures of gala dinners and country shows on the cover and inside Like Hello, but with the added attraction that the readers are likely to bump into those featured while buying the magazine for themselves.Ele and Kiernan don t completely hit it off on first meeting, and then it all goes downhill when ...


  7. says:

    This is a well written ghost story, mystery than horror but a few chills A romance develops naturally and slowly as a part of the story not just to have the woman hook up A wonderful way to spend my day off reading a ghost story under covers.


  8. says:

    Pleasantly English.

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