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- Print Length: 170 pages
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- Publisher: Fireside Publishing, LLC (October 15, 2017)
- Publication Date: October 15, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07596NHHH
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I personally haven't read a trilogy that was written by 3 different authors and the stories interconnect like it was written by one author!! We get the characters that we already know (living And NOT..) The storyline flow flawlessly and more mysteries are uncovered and we follow Lansing and Tucker as they experience ALL that is Silent Cove and the secrets that the slowly being revealed as we get to the bottom of that horrid New Years Eve night!!
I hate to admit it, but I am going to be saddened when this trilogy is over because The Authors make you feel like you're a part of the Silent Cove Inn with ALL of inhabitants!!!
I absolutely love it and am on pins and needles to see how this story is wrapped up in Banishing
People could be cruel in their Christian values, and often found guilt through association with those they perceived as less than godly individuals… Those were the same people who would come to parties at the mansion Maurice had spent millions to build and then given to his mistress. They were all two-faced Saturday night sinners who would beg for forgiveness in church on Sunday morning.
It wasn't a question, which wasn't all that surprising in a small town like Chistine. Some of these families had been among the first settlers in the area. New people stuck out like a pimple on picture day.
Holy mother of lust!
Carmen and Angelo seem to have found the secret to transforming Silent Cove B&B into a successful enterprise by marketing themselves as having something extra special and outside the norm of the typical B&B on their lovely grounds, and thankfully, it is working. Yet even with protections in place, additional somethings (or someones) have slipped through to find and bedevil one of the new guests with a family connection. These sly writers have added an additional level of intrigue, tragedy, and drama to the series with a totally new specter, as well as several additional mysteries to cause distress to the living and stir the ire of the restless spirits. The plot was twisty and a bit complicated by a long slate of family members/characters past and present to track and make sense of, although my addled pea brain managed just fine, which proves the task doable.
For the sophomore book in the series it packs quite a wallop. delilah is getting nastier and the story is getting more teeth and depth.
Here Turcker is going to Chistine to deal with his uncle’s estate. an uncle he didn’t really know and as he reads the papers sees some guilt and a mystery coming about. Their are secrets in his family. Secrets that have affected so many and have spirits darkening the door of the Bed and Breakfast that Angelo and Carmen own.
One woman though wants those ghosts around. She wants to learn more about the hauntings and history of this town and inn. Lansing takes a sabbactical so she can learn more. And where better to start than the inn. Only she learns a little about the family involved. And in comes Tucker. Tucker who doesn’t know what to believe and knows next to nothing about the mystery of his family. that is until he meets the ghost of his great great grandfather. this is a game changer for him. As is meeting Lansing. She helps him face the family secrets and uncover what is tethering some of them here. At the same time they are in danger of retribution due to the past and ghosts wanting revenge, the two are falling in love.
Lansing is really a interesting character. She wants to learn about ghosts and hauntings and is not freaked by them. She also wants to help the family heal. She wants Tucker to find out the history of his family and what really happened and at the same time help him help the ghosts stop the revenge and be able to move on.
tucker is one that is hard to explain. He’s a great guy but was sheltered about his family. He didn’t know much about them so when he came to Chistine he didn’t expect the twists and darkness that was there. He didn’t expect death, destruction and scandal in the past and he sure didn’t expect to have ghosts wanting retribution for deeds done by relatives. But the biggest thing he didn’t expect was Lansing.
The story was equal parts creepy, full of secrets being revealed and scandal from the past being opened up, and love. We get sweet likable characters, a great plot with many twists and turns and forgiveness. A wonderful second story in the trilogy that gives us all the elements of a great haunting story.