PASSIONATE DESTINY
by Dee S. Knight

April 2004
ISBN: 1-59578-005-X
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Dr. Margaret Amis-Hollings, professor of women's studies in New Jersey, has just been put on leave without pay, pending the college’s decision to keep her classes. Now with sudden poverty hanging over her head, Margaret is afraid of what she is going to do. Suddenly, a house falls in her lap. An unknown relative in Virginia has passed away leaving her fully furnished historical house; River Peace, to Margaret. With hopes of selling it as well as having some free time to author an article or book, Margaret heads to Virginia.


Carpenter Aaron Belton has coveted River Peace for a long time. His family has history in that house and the land around it. When Aaron first meets Dr. Amis-Hollings she is a stuck up snob. Soon, he is working on her house and getting to know her better. What will happen when Margaret starts talking about a ghost and what he is doing to her? Will his secret tear apart their budding relationship or will love conquer all?


Dee S. Knight brings us a wonderfully penned paranormal romance in Passionate Destiny. With three romances for the price of one, this book is so full of love! Aaron and Margaret, despite their rocky beginning, come together in a combination of hot sex and intelligent minds. Margaret grows from a sheltered, snobbish college professor, to a warm and caring neighbor and friend. She also begins to learn more about her house and the male ghost she continues to see. Aaron is wonderfully sexy and tries to hide his intelligence from Margaret to see if she could care about the carpenter instead of a professor of physics. With the warmth added in through the town as well as the excitement of trying to solve a mystery, this book is full of great sex, companionship and even a bit of adventure. Another must read by an auto buy author for me! Get it, I know that you will fall in love with the characters as I have.


Reviewed in July 2004 by Vikky.

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