The Witch’s Stone by Dawn Brown

Book Description

Publication Date: April 24, 2012
A devastating tragedy cost history professor Hillary Bennett her job and her marriage. Desperate to rebuild her life, she travels to the quaint Scottish village of Culcraig to research a legend and salvage her career. But when she arrives, she finds her hostess dead and her hopes for the future pinned to the woman’s black sheep heir—Caid Douglas.
The last thing Caid needs is a decrepit manor house to remind him of his estranged family, but he does need the money selling the house would bring to pay off his debts. When haunted, down-on-her-luck Hillary offers to pay him to stay at Glendon House and view his great grandfather’s journals, he sees a way out of his mess.
But Glendon House harbors a sinister secret behind its great stone walls. And a killer will stop at nothing to keep it.
Review-
This story starts off with a bang and keeps going and I read it in one sitting.  I loved the locale, Scotland, the characters, and the mystery/romance plot.  It does have some sex in it so it that bothers you best not start it.  I loved it and will be reading more Dawn Brown from now on.

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