Godric and Margaret struggle to accept happiness in their marriage, they appear to reject just the idea to be a couple because of their dead true loves. They think they're betraying them and their memory in some way and so they keep (or at least try to) their feelings at distance from one another, even when certain bed arrangements are made... Boy, how the hot tension hits hard since then! Lots of sexual frustration, very teasing scenes and sex to dream of. Hoyt always succeeds in making us girls blush and grin all the way.
Perhaps some events went too quickly and I admit I might have found this instalment a bit less winning than the others, but I surely did love this book. I was fascinated by learning more about the origins of the Ghost of St Giles and, as usual, the background story and its characters intrigued me so much that I wish I could have the next instalment in my hands already!