Gabe MacGowan wants to move on, but his
friends, the ghosts of the Odin’s Thumb Inn and Pub, scare
off all potential buyers. He needs to escape his wife’s
death and wants his son to have a stable home. At his wits
end he calls in Allie Morgan from America to get rid of his
Allie Morgan arrives at the Scottish
village and finds it isn’t the ghost she needs to help, but
the owner, Gabe MacGowan.
MacGowan’s Ghost is
hauntingly wonderful. Gabe and Allie are great, but the
ghosts take over the story. I loved them all. Cindy Miles
take on ghost is refreshing and I love how Allie feels for
Ms. Miles made me laugh, cry and sigh.
MacGowan’ Ghost shows that ghosts don’t have
to be scary. They can be fun and loving. The Scottish
Village is one I won’t mind living in.
Gabe just breaks my heart with his
struggles. Ms. Miles gives us a peek, but makes us work for
it right along with Allie. Allie is so wonderful and her
interaction with the ghost is one of the best parts of the
story. I can’t wait to read more of what Ms. Miles has to