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The Harp and The Fiddle (Glenncailty Castle #1)

3.86 of 5 stars 3.86  ·  rating details  ·  22 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Together they make sweet music…but opening her heart could release the ghosts of her past.

Glenncailty Castle, Book 1

Caera Cassidy has spent two years building the historic—and haunted—Glenncailty Castle into one of the most sought-after hotels and performance venues in Ireland. But she can’t say it’s her dream. She lost that years ago when what she thought was love led her
ebook, 241 pages
Published December 25th 2012 by Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
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This wasn't horrible.
But I can definitely tell that the author watched Matchmaker as one of her 'inspiration' or 'research' films since she recycled the 'crack' joke, as well as a few other things.

The ghost story aspect actually fit. It didn't feel out of place.

I did not however care at all about Caera. Didn't really empathize with her at all, not even when her 'horrible' secret came out.

Tim, I liked him. He reminded me a lot of many of the folk singers I know.

The HEA was a bit rushed at the end
Heather in FL
So this was probably closer to 3-1/2 stars. I really wish we could do half stars. This was an interesting introduction to the series. Woman with a past she can't forgive herself for... boy who won't give up on her... there were a few parts that dragged a bit for me, but overall it was a nice, feel-good read. I liked how the paranormal element was sort of a side story, in the background until it was a necessary part of the story. What I didn't particularly like, though this *is* an Irish story, w ...more
Judy & Marianne from Long and Short Reviews
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Music, haunted castles, and Ireland, oh my! A great setting and feel for The Harp and the Fiddle. It’s a journey of soul searching, love, and of course, music. What more could you ask for?

Caera once had a love for music, but it seems a dark place took that away. She lives behind a wall so high that it’s difficult for anyone to break past it. She cuts herself off from everyone, putting all of her work into the castle. That is, until a
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Very sweet connection.
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