Glenncailty Castle

Welcome to the Glenncailty–the Valley of the Lost, where the past isn’t dead, and secrets haunt the shadows. (Contemporary Romance with Light Paranormal Elements)

The Harp and the Fiddle

The Harp and the Fiddle

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 to a dark place not even her music could reach.

Once in a while, though, it’s safe to pretend. And that’s what she’s doing when she plays her harp on the empty stage in the castle’s theater.
When American folk musician Tim Wilcox spots the mysterious woman at the front of the theater, he’s enraptured. Not only by her virtuoso skill and ethereal voice, but by her dark beauty–and the shadows in her blue eyes when she insists she’s no musician.
Wary of repeating the mistakes of her past, Caera tells herself she can indulge in the pleasure of Tim’s company, his touch, without risking her heart. But she hadn’t counted on Tim’s determination to convince her she’s worthy of her gifts. Or on lingering souls who live in the castle, who are growing restless, ready to warn her that deadly mistakes are not meant to be repeated…

The Irish Lover

The Irish Lover

Mary Callahan doesn’t remember Glenncailty, or the handsome Michael Baker, yet she’s a connection to both by a dark, dangerous past.

Returning to Ireland for the first time since she was a baby, Mary sets out to learn more about her parents who died in a car bombing, and the rural Irish town where she was born. Her first night at the Glenncailty Castle hotel is full of magic when she stumbles into the pub and meets Michael.

Wary of her sudden and intense feelings for him she tries to keep Michael at arms distance even as he introduces her to people who knew her parents. But there are dark forces at play in the castle, and Mary can’t shake the feeling that she’s being watched by someone…or something. When confronted by the past, she must decide if she’s willing to risk her heart for a chance at love and a place to call home.

(revised and expanded, rerelease February 2014)

The Fire and the Earth

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Sean Donovan knows all too well the horrors of Glenncailty Castle. Ten years ago, after a young woman’s death, he boarded the place up himself—and almost lost his own life doing it.

It would be easy to avoid Glenncailty, if it weren’t for the woman who now runs it as a hotel. Something about the angel-faced redhead calls to him—and calls him to protect her from the darkness seething in the castle walls. 

Sorcha has gotten used to calming rattled guests who claim to have met a spirit from the castle’s tragic past. But two years after Sean’s attempt to convince her to leave melted down into an unforgettable kiss, she realizes she needs his help. 

The ghosts of the castle are restless, and growing more so. When one of the staff is attacked, Sorcha turns to Sean, not knowing the kind of danger she’s put him in. Working together blows the lid off desire long denied, but laying the ghosts of Glenncailty to rest means facing her own past. If she doesn’t, the ghosts might tear Sean apart from the inside out, and that would mean never knowing what could have been…

The Shadow and the Night

The Shadow and the Night

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London forensic anthropologist Melissa Heavey isn’t anything like the characters in her grandmother’s beloved television crime dramas. Especially since an accident left her crippled and weary. While in Dublin to rest and recuperate, she’s asked to help the local Garda Síochána identify bones found in a rural luxury hotel.

Curiosity-seeking bone gawkers were not the clients Tristan Fontaine anticipated when he took over the Glenncailty Castle restaurant. And a scientist taking over part of his kitchen for her lab? He’s having none of it. Yet she’s not backing down…and his pulse won’t stop speeding up when she’s near. 

As their attraction flares, Melissa soon discovers why Tristan is so dismissive of the bones—he’s been talking to the ghosts themselves. But the bones aren’t Glenncailty’s only secret, and Tristan is hiding a tragedy in his past more frightening than what’s lurking inside the castle walls.

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