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Sara Freeze writes historical and paranormal romances. She has previously published her
time travel romances with The Wild Rose Press, and in 2017, she will publish a new
historical-paranormal romance with The Wild Rose Press. Sara is a member of the
Romance Writers of America.

Sara received her Ph.D. in English from the University of Florida and is a full-time
professor at a small Florida college.
About Sara
"Of all the seaside cottages in all the villages in all the world, she had to haunt the
one I'm renting." After being seriously wounded in the line of duty, Justin has
retreated from the world by renting an isolated cottage along the English coastline.
The next thing he knows, he's plunged into a time-travel adventure as he meets the
trapped spirit of a lovely nineteenth century lady, Julia.

As Julia explains, she's been awaiting her champion. All he has to do to free her from
her entrapment as a spirit is to perform a spell, travel 200 years into the past, find
the villain who first worked the spell, and then vanquish the fellow. Easy, right?
Justin suspects not, but he's prepared to take on the world, in whatever time period,
to fight for his new love.

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Adrian Knighton, Earl of Holworth, hated the twenty first century. And adding to his
ire, as a ghost trapped within his own castle, he had limited options as far as locales
were concerned.
He glared at the latest inhabitant who entered the Holworth Castle, well, bookshop.
Adrian snorted. A bookshop, b’God. That the venerable Holworth Castle, which had
protected the Dorset countryside for centuries, was now a receptacle for lurid
novels and dusty tomes. And peasants of any kind could simply wander in whenever
they wanted, which they did with alarming frequency.
Take this latest inhabitant, for instance. Back in his day, Adrian thought indignantly,
a man dressed in such dishabille would have been expelled from the Holworth keep
on his arse. A torn shirt, filthy shoes, and his hair- Adrian had once seen a book on
mammals in North America, and for the life of him, he couldn’t understand why an
Englishman would want his hair to stick up like a porcupine.
It was simply unbearable and entirely unacceptable- except for


"Overwhelmingly witty, THE EARL'S ENCHANTMENT delights with its whimsical
nature. . .Sara Freeze is one of the names I will be reading again soon."
CK2S Kwips and Kritiques
"I enjoyed The Earl’s Enchantment for a number of reasons, but mostly because Sara
Freeze has written memorable characters that are still making me smile!"
Fallen Angel Reviews
"The nineteenth century portion of the story is as good as the twenty-first and the
author is equally adept in historical, contemporary and paranormal aspects of this
very good romance. "
The Romance Studio

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