Friday, September 24, 2010

Kimberly Dean, Ghost Flute

Title: Ghost Flute

Author: Kimberly Dean

Rating: Four And A Half Siren Stones

Genre: Paranormal Romance

Length: Novella

ISBN E-Book: 978-1419927690

Price: $4.45

Publisher: Ellora's Cave


Reviewer: Nikki


Serena Little Feather is hoping to reconnect with her heritage when she agrees to house-sit on the Lower Brule Sioux Reservation. She just never realized how close to the past she’d get.

At night, Serena hears a flute playing behind the house. The music is haunting and seductive, rousing intense feelings of lust. But music isn’t the only lust-inspiring thing in her life. Her neighbor Chayton is dark and sexy, but she’s been warned against him. She doesn’t know which scares her more—the overwhelming pull of the music or her attraction to the bad boy.

Chayton wants his beautiful neighbor. Their kisses sizzle and their touches burn, but the music she’s hearing worries him. Legend tells of a Sioux brave who’d lured many women with his flute playing. He’d seduced them and cast them aside—until he was found dead with a knife in his stone heart. It was said that the brave’s spirit still roamed the countryside, playing his songs and looking for love. Every so often, a pretty girl responded. Chayton fears that this time, the pretty girl is Serena.


Haunting, chilling, Ghost Flute is a romantic tale full of legends, mystery, and fiery sparks between the hero and heroine. The cover is inviting, and readers won't be disappointed if they're the type to love a good ghost story with a happy ending.

I couldn't put it down, and the goose bumps that covered my skin were a sure sign that the story mesmerized me. The pace of this story was fast, it keeps the reader going from the first page to the last.

If you're looking for a quick, but fulfilling romantic mystery read, pick up Kimberly Dean's Ghost Flute.

No comments: