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Someone to Love by Jude Deveraux

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Jace Montgomery lost his fiancee three years ago. He was on a business trip to England and Stacy decided to come along at the last minute. While in England they had a fight and Stacy left. Next thing Jace knows, Stacy is found dead of an apparent suicide. Jace is devastated. Now three years have past and Jace finds the book Stacy had been reading when in England. Inside the book is a picture of an ugly mansion in England and a cryptic message written on the back, “Ours again. Together forever. See you there on 11 May 2002.” May 12, 2002 was the day Stacy killed herself.

Jace finds the mansion and learns that it is for sale, he borrows money from his billionaire uncle and buys the house. Once there he learns the house is haunted. So he pretends he is writing a book about the ghost of the house and doesn’t tell anyone his real reason for being there: to find Stacy’s killer.

Jace meets Nigh Symthe, who is back home from her journalist job. She has always felt a connection to the mansion and becomes Jace’s research assistant. The ghost, Ann Stuart, also supposedly committed suicide. For Jace to figure out Stacy’s death he must investigate Ann’s.

Jace is thrust into a world of ghosts, murderers, and noisy neighbors. With Nigh’s help, can Jace figure out the mystery surrounding Stacy and Ann’s death or will Nigh and Jace be the next victims?


One thought on “Someone to Love by Jude Deveraux

  1. Very intriguing…Does romance blossom between Jace and Nigh? Does Jace find Stacy’s killer? goods like a good book!

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