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  • Loved it!

    What a spooky good book! It was an easy quick entertaining story! I loved it! Definitely recommend for all ghost story lovers! Thanks to Netgalley for the early copy

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  • A haunted house, paranormal

    This story is told from two points of view that of Aubrey in the present day and that of the women who had lived at Desolate Ridge, from each generation dating back to 1819, this gives the story some background and atmosphere, insanity and madness seems to have been the main reason that things had happened. Maybe if Aubrey has been around in the 1800’s she would also have been deemed insane or mad. So many barbaric things happened against the women. Aubrey Ross had been abandoned at a hospital when she was three years old, growing up she had been pushed from foster family to foster family, never knowing what a real family home was like. She works in a diner in Seattle, Washington, where she is approached by a man who informs her that she has inherited money and a family estate in Rossville, Ohio. The next thing Aubrey is on a plane heading to Ohio and her new home. All Aubrey wants is to find out about her family, unfortunately what she does find out is that the house she has inherited is haunted, and holds lots of secrets, and she is the one to unearth those secrets and to try and break the family curse. The story is quite fast paced, although we don’t get told what Aubrey had been through growing up, all we know is she was in care. The story mainly starts from when she goes to the house. Parts of the story I found a little far fetched and I know it’s just a story. I am not really into horror, I will read the occasional horror book or watch the odd film, but it’s not a genre I normally go for, at times this book was a little creepy, which is what you would expect from horror. Aubrey’s character is interesting, but to be honest I just wanted her to pack her bags and leave, I mean just take the money and run, and I didn’t get the romance between her and Hank, it just seemed so quick and down to destiny. I am sorry but this just didn’t work for me personally. The ending just seemed as if it was rushed. However, if you are into horror stories, haunted houses, paranormal then I think this book is probably for you, just unfortunately it wasn’t for me. I know there are lots of people out there though that will absolutely love this book. I would like to thank netgalley and Tangled Tree publishing for an eARC of this book in exchange for an honest, fair and unbiased review.

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  • Nothing hiden ever stays

    Loved .loved this book I ouldnt put it down and the ending wow didnt see it coming. Great read want t read more by this auhor

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