" When Tristan de Barre and his men were murdered in 1292, their souls were cursed to roam his estate for all eternity. it's been a long, dull, celibate ever after. But now Tristan's phantom heart is pounding again for the first time in more than seven hundred years because of the beautiful scientist who's digging up his castle's bailey. Can he make her notice him, or will she see straight through him?
The opportunity to excavate the remains at Dreadmoor Castle has forensic archaeologist Andi Monroe tingling with excitement. It's an incredible find and a chance to study the mysterious legend of Dragonhawk, a medieval knight who disappered without a trace. Lately, thought, rational Andi is having a hard time telling fact from fiction. She could just swear she met the vanished knight, and he's a fantasy come true. But until she finds the way to help Tristan lift the curse, their love doesn't stand a ghost of a chance ..... "
Let me begin with saying that this short description on the back of the book does not, in any way do the actual story any justice. I was taken by the story from pretty much page one. The main mystery is the disappearance of Lord Dragonhawk and his knights seven hundred years ago. However the more Andrea manages to reveal and dig up, the more questions and mysteries await to be solved. Andi and Tristan's love is so strong but so sad. There are many unanswered questions, unsolved mysteries just waiting to be unraveled.
I really loved reading this book, enjoying every single thing in it. I can only recommend it !!! I hope you'll find it as catchy, interesting and lovely as I did !