Monday, November 26, 2012

The Wardens Lantern by Joselyn Vaughn

The Warden's Lantern by Joselyn Vaughn

Blurb~
Dark, creaking trees. Cracking thunder. A ghostly orb.
Barbara Milanowski couldn't have picked a worse night for her amateur paranormal investigation, but she couldn’t let her longtime crush Elmer Derecho’s skeptism go unchallenged. When Elmer runs her off the road with his motorcycle and scolds her for being out in the inclement weather, her happily ever after drops with the barometric pressure and the loss of her keys and glasses. While spending time alone with Elmer was one of her fantasies, the dream date didn’t entail diving into the mud and untangling herself from a raspberry bush.
 While trying to protect Barbara from the storm, his eyes are opened to all the things in his life that are missing. Elmer had gotten comfortable with his maps and pictures and chasing tornadoes after the fact. But Barbara reminds him of his forgotten zest for adventures, and ignites his interest in the Warden’s Lantern and for Barbara
 While sheltering in a dilapidated guard house, Barbara and Elmer are drawn out of the protection by the Warden's Lantern, the ghostly light Barbara had been trying to document. Elmer dismisses it as a trick of the electrical storm, but together they attempt to find the true source of the light. Will their shared talents solve the mystery and start a lasting relationship?

Tifferz Take~
The Wardens Lantern is a cute paranormal romance.  I liked  how one bad thing after another happen to Barbara! I also liked how Elmer was at fault for at least one of them! You will have to read it to find out what Elmer did! Anyways,  I enjoyed seeing Elmer help Barbara and see them get excited over the paranormal. I felt they shared a bond. It was great to watch Elmer notice Barbara as a women for the first time!

One thing that caught my attention was that after a huge storm Elmer's motorcycle just had some leaves blown  on it. With trees falling and all kinds of winds, lightening etc. I would have thought the bike would have sustained more damage. I guess it was just what they needed!

I enjoyed the back story of "what"  inspired Elmer's work. I felt I could understand Elmer better.  I was cracking up at how Barbara had all these ideas by the time she went back to work on Monday what Elmer would want and how things would go. I was laughing. I laughed when she took charge of the conversation when called into his office. This was a cute, fun and a light romance!
Just FYI~ This story is free of swearing and sex.

Source~ Publisher for Review!

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you can pick up the kindle book here

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