So what is it about? The heroine, Helena Carlisle takes up a position as the housekeeper at Stormcrow Castle in an effort to find her missing aunt. The castle is a gloomy edifice in the middle of the moors and it's full of secrets. She finds herself irresistibly drawn to the castle’s enigmatic owner. As she is drawn deeper into the world of the castle, she must fight for love—and survival.
Here are some reviews:
"A thoroughly enjoyable page turner." - Historical Novel Society
"How I do love Gothic novels, and here is a good example of the genre. Take a brooding castle on the moors, a sinister master, ghostly phenomena, a Mrs Danvers like lady's maid and a masked ball and stir them all together, then serve and enjoy." - My Shelf
"Grange peppers her story with rich atmospheric details, from a masked ball to a cast of colorful locals. Fans of romantic suspense will enjoy this tale of intrigue and deception on the barren moors." - Publishers Weekly
Castle of Secrets was originally published in hardback by Robert Hale Ltd under the title of Stormcrow Castle and I thought you would like to see all the different covers. Below you can see the original hardback cover (left) and the new paperback cover (right), which was designed by http://www.timelinedesign.co.uk At the top of the post, you can see the cover from the Kindle edition, which is the special offer edition. At 93p (99c) it's the kind of price to warm your heart on a winter evening!