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The Wedding Ghost

3.85  ·  Rating Details ·  34 Ratings  ·  9 Reviews
Despite her taste for romantic poetry, Anna Winston pooh-poohed the notion that a ghost haunted the crumbling castle where her sister's nuptials were to take place. But then an apparition lured her into the bed-chamber of the bridegroom's reclusive brother and locked them in together. The only way for Anna to prove the phantom's existence -- was to solve the mystery. As fo ...more
Paperback, 255 pages
Published June 1st 1999 by Zebra (first published 1999)
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An easy, witty, light-hearted read but I really liked it.
Kathy ~ Bookworm Nation
I thought this was a charming little ghost story. I don’t normally like ghost stories all that much, but the ghost in this, Charles, was fun. He is a little busy-body and decides he wants to play cupid with Anna and Roark, with some fun results. I liked Anna and she knows how to speak her mind. While I liked Roark, he was a bit on the worldly side for me. It seems like a lot of these old-school regency authors were requried to make their “heros” all rakes. Roark isn’t too bad though and he does ...more
I was so tempted to give up several times while I was reading it. But I don't like to rate/review a book that I did not finish. And I wanted to review it. Besides, I own a paper book, which is what frustrates me the most. If it was an e-book, fine, I could have deleted/removed it. But there are no Cindy Holbrook e-books yet, and I honestly don't have spaces left in my shelf for paper-books (ha, as if I could stop buying!). I think I am going to leave this book in an empty seat of the bus or some ...more
This was a very enjoyable book. The ghost story works beautifully as he is one of the secondary characters rather than a distant device. Each portion of the story served to parallel another story whether it was Charles story, Roark's story, Aunt Deidre or Anna's. Everyone had intertwined stories.

The tone is very light but the intrigue was engrossing and helped drive the novel at parts where the character or relationship development seemed to falter. I really enjoyed this novel and is by far my
Anoush Emrazian
Jul 25, 2014 Anoush Emrazian rated it it was ok
Shelves: adult, romance, regency, ghost
My mom mailed it to me in a package with a bunch of other books (genealogy, mostly). Easy read. Pretty predictable. Solid conclusion (sometimes writers leave you to guess or assume at an ending after a reconciliation but this was a full conclusion).
Feb 27, 2008 Jake rated it really liked it
Nothing too serious, it's what I like to call brain candy. This is a light-hearted romp through a haunted castle with a typical tall, dark, and sullen--and handsome--male lead, countered by an intrepid and determined heroine. The supporting characters add charm as well as laughter, and the situations the characters find themselves in can be quite humorous. You don't feel the characters will jump off the page into real life, but they're fun to read about.
Apr 22, 2011 Sara rated it liked it
While this is a truckload of tired romance plotlines, I did like the funky ghost. You don't see a lot of ghosts as likable secondary characters in romances, and while Charles was quite the gentleman throughout, it did give me some inappropriate ideas about other things handsome ghosts might do in romances...
Melissa Stoltz
Jul 17, 2012 Melissa Stoltz rated it it was amazing
Loved reading this book. It made you laugh,made you believe in love and broke your heart but in the end it all ended well.
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Before becoming a romance novelist, Cindy received a BFA in theater and pursued a career in real estate. She was both a broker and a general contractor and actually began writing to entertain herself while she sat open house as a realtor.

Although born in Wisconsin, Cindy moved to Florida with her family at a young age and has never left. Her home in Fort Walton, on the Emerald coast, provides Cind
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