MACGOWAN`S GHOST
by Cindy Miles

February 2009
ISBN: 978-0-451-22618-1
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Odin’s Thumb Inn and Pub

Northwest Coast of Scotland


Highlander Gabe MacGowan was desperate. Gabe may be the owner of the Odin’s Pub located in the sleepy little fishing village of Sealladh na Mara, but it was the “spirited” crew of ghosts from various centuries who made their home with him that Gabe needed to expel or at least quiet long enough to sell the pub. Gabe claimed to want a more stable environment to raise his young son than a pub full of rowdy ghosts, but the real reason was that Gabe needed to run from the darkest haunt of all- his wife’s death. Hiring a professional ghost buster was Gabe’s only hope of achieving a sale, and a search of the internet turns up the web site of Allie Morgan.


American Allie Morgan’s “gift” of being able to commune with the dead and assist restless spirits in finding the peace they need to move on has been making a name for herself in the paranormal world. Allie is thrilled when she receives the call from Gabe MacGowan of Scotland to take the case of the Odin’s Pub gang. What she walks into upon arrival spurs Allie to take full charge of this unruly gang of ghosts and the brooding inn owner. Quickly becoming a vital part of the tight knit community of mortals and spirits, Allie equally endears herself into Gabe’s closed heart. Can the spunky American girl oust MacGowan’s Ghost and win over this sexy Highlander’s love?


MacGowan’s Ghost by Cindy Miles is a fun filled spirited read that will have you in stitches with the antics of all the residents of the Scottish seaside village where mortals and spirits live in harmony. Allie Morgan is a take charge girl who doesn’t let life’s curve balls get her down. Gabe has demons to fight off, real and other worldly, and the power of the love he finds with the feisty Allie conquers all. Well done Cindy Miles, your paranormal reads are truly out of this world!


Reviewed in January 2009 by Bonnie.

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