Sabine inherits a Manor. Nothing spectacular. Oh no, its a wreck well on it’s way to being a ruin. But for Sabine, it comes when her life is falling down around her ears. When those closest to her betray her. When blood is proved most definitely not thicker than water. It gives her a hiding place from the world, a place to lick her wounds, a place to heal and a big distraction from the hot mess her life is. Only someone doesn’t want her there and he’s making no bones about it.
Lord Daniel Harrington, mysteriously murdered in 1715 has chased off everyone who sought to inherit his beloved Manor. He doesn’t remember his death, all he knows is one minute he’s alive and contemplating that sneaky kiss. The next, he’s floating through walls and rather annoyed at the interlopers who invade his home. Now he’s met a woman who won’t be chased away. Whose pain is bigger than her fear of him.
They come together in a clash of personalities, war is declared. But there are several someone’s who don’t want either of them there. Maybe it’s time to redraw the battle lines and focus on an enemy to them both. What’s the saying? An enemy of my enemy is my friend?
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Elizabeth N. Harris was born in Dagenham, Essex, in the U.K. She graduated school there and lived there half her life. Hating the city she moved to South Yorkshire in 2002 and then finally moved to Derbyshire in 2005. She attended Chesterfield and Worksop Colleges, getting diplomas in a variety of subjects. She worked at a large and famous retail chain before beginning her writing career full time.
Elizabeth also loves to read, cook, and sew or knit. She’s also mad on motorbikes but cannot ride one! She’d love to ride a Harley Davidson Lowrider. Her family tell her that she has a strange, disturbing sense of humour and she cackles like a witch when she laughs! Two little known facts are Elizabeth boasts 12 tattoo’s and loves to collect dragons