Harkworth Hall by L.S. Johnson. Published by Traversing Z

As a teenager, I loved to read Victoria Holt or Phyllis Whitney on the beach on a hot summer day. The juxtaposition of that hot sun with those chilly Gothics was so much fun. So I was excited to get a chance to read a book in a genre that I think is overlooked. Caroline lives in a time and a place where a woman need to look to a man to solve her financial woes. She has no choice but to marry older, disagreeable Edward Masterson, who not only wants Caroline, but her ancestral home. But Edward isn’t just a domineering master of the realm, he has darker desires – for blood

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