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    Twists and turns

    I will admit that I haven't read the first book but I liked reading about Sarah Bennett and her quest of searching for her roots and how her future will be. I was a bit lost with connecting some dots (yeah I know that I had to read he first book first but...) but all the action, twist and turns that kept me moving along with the story till the very end that had surprising ending
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    The House of Secrets is a unique blend of historical, mystery and paranormal. Admittedly, I wish I had read book one first. This works okay as a standalone, but I did feel a little behind. However, I really enjoy Terry Lynn Thomas’ writing. Her character development is surpurb. Sarah is an inquisitive soul, even after all she has been through. She’s under a lot of pressure, but her determination is inspiring. The supernatural element is here, but I think this is less about that and more about solving the mystery. I actually like that about The House of Secrets. The paranormal element doesn’t overshadow the historical mystery elements, and that makes this plot really unique and interesting. I enjoyed The House of Secrets, and now I intend to go back and read book one. Highly recommended if you enjoy historical/mystery/paranormal! *I received a copy of this book as part of a blog tour with Rachel's Random Resources. All opinions are my own.*
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    2 Stars

    Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for an ARC of this book. This was not the book I an anticipating reading. The synopsis tricked me. This is actually a historical fiction, paranormal, mystery, romance book. I thought it was going to be more paranormal mystery with a little hint of romance. This is also the second book of the series and I did not read the first book in the series. I felt that I was able to understand what was going on for the current day but had no idea what happened in the past and it I wish I knew what happened so I could understand it more. Despite not having the back ground information I was not a fan of the writing style. It felt simplistic and disjointed at times. It did not keep my attention. The main thing I will remember about this book will be all the conversations regarding meat and their lack of it. I understand that it was a big part of their daily life but it was just mentioned way too many times for me. It drew me out of the story every time. If you like the your books to be a mash up of historical fiction, mystery, paranormal and romance then I am sure you will enjoy this book but you should read the first book in the series.
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