Welcome to the blog tour for A Plethora of Phantoms by Penny Hampson. Thank you to Rachel’s Random Resources for the spot on the tour. Read on for more info, a giveaway, and my review.
What makes Freddie shiver? Is it the spooky happenings in his family’s stately home? Or is it Marcus, the handsome antique dealer who Freddie thinks he can’t have?
Freddie Lanyon has it all: a loving family, a privileged background, and a stately home filled with antiques. What his family don’t know is that Freddie is desperately unhappy.
Troubled by spirits that only he can see, Freddie Lanyon, the heir to Lanyon Park, is also in denial about his sexuality. It takes a meeting with handsome and psychic antique dealer, Marcus Spender, to convince Freddie that he might need to change.
When Freddie’s latest purchase of an antique dressing case triggers fresh poltergeist activity, he is awakened each night by an anguished spirit seeking help. Contacting the previous owner of the dressing case leads Freddie and Marcus on a journey to Cornwall, but what starts out as a straightforward quest soon turns into a challenge to their growing relationship.
Will Freddie’s restless spectral visitor be finally laid to rest? And will Freddie find the courage to be true to himself at last?
A Plethora of Phantoms by Penny Hampson is a mixture of romance, mystery, paranormal, and historical fiction. The mix made for such an intriguing read. Penny Hampson has crafted a compelling novel.
The blooming romance between Freddie and Marcus was so refreshing to read. It wasn’t instant or predictable. The two characters felt real and their chemistry was felt through the pages.
The plot is mysterious and I didn’t know exactly where it was going until I got there. It’s paced very well and I recommend giving it a read. It kept me invested from beginning to end and I can’t wait for more from this author.
Thank you to Rachel’s Random Resources for the free review copy. All opinions are my own and unbiased.
Some time ago Penny Hampson decided to follow her passion for history by studying with the Open University. She graduated with honours and went on to complete a post-graduate degree.
Penny then landed her dream role, working in an environment where she was surrounded by rare books and historical manuscripts. Flash forward nineteen years, and the opportunity came along to indulge her other main passion – writing. Penny joined the New Writers’ Scheme of the Romantic Novelists’ Association and three years later published her debut novel, A Gentleman’s Promise, a historical mystery/romance. Other books in the same genre soon followed.
But never happy in a rut, Penny also writes contemporary suspense with paranormal and romantic elements. Her first book in this genre is The Unquiet Spirit, published by Darkstroke.
Penny lives with her family in Oxfordshire, and when she is not writing, she enjoys reading, walking, swimming, and the odd gin and tonic (not all at the same time).
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