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A Haunting at Havenwood (Seasons of Change Book 6) Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B086PCZVYW
- Publication date : September 30, 2020
- Language : English
- File size : 3417 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 224 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #14,613 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Clean romance, no bad language, or questionable content at all.
All the characters were really well written, and the setting of the small village, forest, and even the cemetery are all very romantic and charming. The (friendly) ghosts of Erasmus's (Ras) ancestors are so amusing!
Nothing scary or creepy at all! They give him good advice and help him understand what's really important in life.
Ras and Louisa have a sweet romantic chemistry that builds. They compliment and understand each other in a beautiful way. They become wonderful friends and their dialogue is fun.
Ras suffers from stuttering speech, especially when he is nervous. I particularly liked Louisa's defense of him, and the set down she gives someone who makes unkind fun of Ras's stuttering.
The legend of the buried treasure is exciting! The way Ras and Louisa found new clues about the treasure was unique and Awesome!
I also very much enjoyed the bits of historical facts that the author wove in that gives a great foundation for the story overall.
This book is just enjoyable in every way and I highly recommend it!
The first few interactions between Ras and Louisa has some hilariously cute frantic flailing and disappearing acts. But once they get things figured out, they have a solid, lovely relationship that just improves as they continue to search for treasure and talk all things books, ghosts, and mysteries.
This is definitely going on my re-read list each year. It's my ideal Halloween-season book!
Louisa's family situation isn't the best and she finds herself being shipped off to a great aunt's home by herself. She isn't sure what to expect but finds her situation better than expected. Her aunt is kind and caring. Finding time to explore the area, she runs into Erasmus Grey. They have a couple fun interactions and first meetings. I giggled at the creativeness of Sally Britton of their initial acquaintance and developing friendship. It was delightful.
The haunting aspect, or rather the ghosts aspect was quite fun. Delightful is the word I would use for it. I know I used that word about Louisa and Erasmus's friendship, but I think it's a great word to describe the characters and the story of this book.
The mystery and slight suspense (not scary) of the book had me turning the pages and listening during every spare minute that I could. If you enjoy fun books and stories that pull you into them, not letting go even after the last page, this book is one I would recommend for your reading pleasure. There are some other characters aside from the main two and the ghosts, some of them I liked and others I didn't care for. But then again that was their purpose. I'll let you read and discover who those characters are. ;-)
Content: Clean. Ghosts are some of the characters but they aren't malicious or scary. Well written!
Harbottle is near the Scottish border and you can hardly call it a village it’s so sparse. Louisa’s aunt sends her outdoors and she’s never felt as free to go and do as she pleases. Walking through the graveyard she thinks she sees a ghost.
Erasmus Grey felt prompted to return to Havenwood Lodge. If prompted meant hearing voices telling him to do so. But a respite from town life and attending his sisters and mother is welcome as he can continue to work on his next novel. He told his housekeeper to strictly keep it a secret that he isn’t home but as he finds himself wandering the familiar woods he spots a beautiful woman and she thinks he’s a ghost. What else can he do but go along with it?
Such an original Regency plot with believable characters. It’s well researched and I love that Harbottle is a real place. I loved both main characters and how Ras has a stutter. I loved how Louisa became her own person and brave.
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I also appreciated the references to the border conflicts as I had ancestors involved in those.
Really well written, as always!!