Five Stars, Low Language, Low Violence, Moderate Romance, Nichole Van

Modern Day Renaissance Woman

I don’t think I could adequately tell you how much I love the Brother’s Maledetti series (which is currently on sale on Amazon!- links below), between that series which we’ve posted about here.  And the House of Oak series which we posted about here. We are huge Nichole Van fans. And have you seen her photography?! She’s like a modern day renaissance woman. If you’re not following her on Instagram you really should, which you can do through the giveaway at the bottom of this post.

“An ancient curse, fractured at the birth of three brothers.
Two strangers helplessly drawn to each other.
A love story two hundred years in the making.

Claire Raythorn arrives in Florence, Italy, shattered, alone, and anxious to rebuild her life—preferably one without men. But she soon finds herself hunted and haunted— literally—when a mysterious stalker dressed like Mr. Darcy from BBC central casting appears in her photos. And only her photos. Who is this man? And what does his ghostly presence mean?

Dante D’Angelo simply wants to safeguard his brothers, despite the family curse that hounds his vision. But then Claire Raythorn walks into his life, untouched somehow by his curse. Soon, everything Dante thought he knew about himself starts to unravel, dragging Claire down with him.”

“Branwell D’Angelo . . . 
Six years ago, I fell in love with Lucy—my brother’s girlfriend. Stupid of me, I know, but sometimes the heart doesn’t listen to reason. 
Six years, I’ve lived on the sidelines. Seeing him love her, be with her, bask in her sunshine . 
I watched her break his heart and then cleaned up the shattered pieces of him she left behind. 
She’s the one woman I can’t have but still the only one my soul wants. 

When tragedy strikes Lucy Snow on a visit to Italy, she can’t bring herself to call any of the D’Angelo brothers for help. There are consequences for falling in love with your ex-boyfriend’s brother. But Lucy desperately needs Branwell’s paranormal skills and his gift of Sight. And if seeing him will negate at least three years of therapy? Well, it’s a price she is willing to pay. “

“Chiara doesn’t like Jack. Jack doesn’t like Chiara. The story should end there. 
Except . . . maybe Chiara finds herself daydreaming far too often about Jack. And maybe Jack finds Chiara aggravating in an adorable sorta way. Maybe Jack and Chiara find themselves falling in love. The problem, of course, remains.  Jack is a ghost.
And Chiara is not. 

But tackling the problem of Jack’s ghostliness is not straightforward. Soon, Jack and Chiara find themselves embroiled in a mystery which creates more questions about the D’Angelo brothers’ gifts of Second Sight.”

 

 

Author Nichole Van

Nichole Van is a writer, photographer, designer and generally disorganized crazy person. Though originally from Utah, she currently lives on the coast of Scotland with three similarly crazy children and one sane, very patient husband who puts up with all of them. In her free time, she enjoys long walks along the Scottish lochs and braes. She does not, however, enjoy haggis.

 

 

 

 

 

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