When Edie St. John entered Lockhart Manor in the cold town of Grimsby, she didn’t expect to be imprisoned by a malevolent ghost. Tristan Lockhart decided to let her go but not before attaching himself to her. Free to haunt Grimsby, Tristan is causingMoreWhen Edie St. John entered Lockhart Manor in the cold town of Grimsby, she didn’t expect to be imprisoned by a malevolent ghost. Tristan Lockhart decided to let her go but not before attaching himself to her. Free to haunt Grimsby, Tristan is causing fear wherever Edie goes, hateful of everyone, and jealous of Mason Fenwick, whom Edie loves.
Can Edie find a way to rid herself of Tristan and have a normal life with Mason? Or is she doomed to forever suffer from Tristan’s cold, dark heart?ExcerptHe smiled and stuck out his hand. “I’m Tristan, Tristan Lockhart.” When Edie didn’t stick her hand out in return, he said, “Edie, please.” It was more like a warning, an order, even.Edie found it weird, but she lifted her hand, and then reached behind her to shake his, while still looking at him in the mirror. His freezing hand gently clasped hers and he planted a kiss.
She jerked her hand back and stuck in under her armpit to quickly warm it up.“I would say: ‘nice to meet you, Tristan,’ but I won’t because it’s not nice. Why do you keep bothering me, my friends? Why don’t you attach yourself to someone else?”“I don’t want anyone else,” Tristan said. “You released me and I’ll be forever grateful.”Edie squared her shoulders, trying to look tough.
“Don’t be. I didn’t do it on purpose. If I could, I’d find a way to tear you from me, or put you back inside Lockhart Manor.”Tristan pressed his cold cheek against Edie’s. “It’s too late for that, sweetheart. I’m yours and you’re mine. Forever.”