Formerly Titled: The Mists of Midnight
Regency Ghost Romance
When the willfully independent Isabel Drake refuses to marry the man her parents want her to, her mother decides as punishment she will be forced to take lessons on how to be a proper lady. But the man sent to instruct her makes her feel anything but proper. Her attraction to Mr. Weston is instant, but the confusing man seems set in keeping her in her place—even if she detects he feels something for her.
But things are not what they seem at Rothfield Park or with her new tutor. With Mr. Weston’s arrival there comes an abundance of unrested spirits. Suddenly, Isabel doesn’t know who is alive and who is dead. Why have they come now? And what are they trying frantically to tell her? Isabel must discover the truth about the eerie night mist that surrounds the manor before it comes to claim everyone she holds dear—including her Mr. Weston.
Paranormal, Mystery, Suspense, Regency Historical, Ghost Romance
Verified Purchase on Amazon wrote:
If you enjoyed books like Pride and Prejudice and Zombies or Mr. Darcy, Vampyre, then Forget Me Not should give you plenty of ghostly pleasure. If you’re a fan of television shows like The Ghost Whisperer or films like The Sixth Sense, you’ll also find more enjoyable modern spins on ghosts and the Gothic in these pages. After you finish Forget Me Not, I suspect you will want to read more of Michelle Pillow’s novels—fortunately, she has written plenty in both the romance and paranormal genres.
Tyler Tichelaar, Ph.D. on The Gothic Wanderer wrote:
5 Stars! "Things that go bump in the night... ghosts of course and romance! Loved this book! Gave me my Jane Austen fix with attitude and paranormal thrills as well as hot romance- the perfect storm! It's like reading a ghost story by the fire... and feeling every chill and thrill!"
DawnMDohey on Amazon wrote:
As a scholar of the classic Gothic novel of the nineteenth century, from time to time I like to read twenty-first century Gothic novels to see how well the seeds that Mrs. Radcliffe planted are flourishing. I’m happy to report that authors like Michelle Pillow are keeping the Gothic tradition alive and well by utilizing standard Gothic plot devices but making them their own as the Gothic evolves into something more spiritual and less terrifying than its originators may have first imagined.
5 Stars! "Forget me Not was a beautifully written story. It's about two people from different times that are brought together by tragic events only to fall in-love with one another."