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- Print Length: 382 pages
- Publisher: Hot Tree Publishing (October 31, 2017)
- Publication Date: October 31, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B075SXYRY6
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #769,189 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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By: Mary Billiter
5 out of 5 stars
The story Spirited Away by Mary Billiter is an amazing story that has mystery, romance, and ghosts/spirits. It is a story that I loved reading. It had me hooked after reading the first chapter. I was mesmerized. I didn’t want to put it down until I read the end. I love the characters of Reese Pemberton and Cody Pring. Reese is a headstrong and confident woman who is the new general manager at the Historic Wyoming Point Resort. She soon finds herself learning about the history of this hotel. That includes the ghost/spirit that has attached itself to the building. She soon finds herself have strange occurrences that could be called dreams or memories. Is this ghost/spirit reaching out to Reese for some reason? Reese also has found herself attracted to Cody Pring, a local police detective. Cody is a man with a good heart. He cares about people and the one person that he is finding himself attracted to and protective of is Reese Pemberton. From the first time these two kiss, you can tell that they have an amazing chemistry going on and Reese tells Cody that he is not a “one and done” for her. She wants more of him. What does the future hold for these two? Will they find themselves in a relationship together? Will the investigation into a decades-old mystery that they both have been drawn in to be solved? Are they in any danger because of this investigation? Both Cody and Reese are characters that I grew to love and found myself rooting for them to find happiness together. There are other characters introduced in this book that enhanced the story and I loved reading about them as well. This story has moments that are heartwarming and heartbreaking. My emotions were going up and down as I was reading. This is a wonderful romance story that you don’t want to miss. I have read several of the author’s books and have found her to be an amazing writer. I can’t wait to read what she writes next.
By Mary Billiter
Rated 4 stars
I am not a fan of ghost books but I have loved the last three books in this series so I decided to give this a go. There is a lot of history talked about in the story. Some was interesting (provided by Toby) and other was just a blur. There is a lot of history from over the years that make a play into this story. There is almost two different stories and a mystery going on. I did read this fairly quickly as it just seemed to flow along. Before i knew it i was 3/4s of the way through it. Between the worry of
“what is going to happen now” to the “who did it?” The story really captured my interest. The relationship between the two main characters was choppy with a dose of sarcasm at first then when they connected...combustible!
The story as a whole was good. There were some shocking moments, one was a little horrifying but then there were some laughs and chuckles. A lot of great new characters. I loved Reese’s nicknaming thing she did. Also I will only say.....Murray.
Cody and Reese really spoke to me, instant attraction, strong female lead but that is where the similarity to the other books end. I loved the ghost story and actual villain in this book. I kept screaming at the characters because I knew the connection/villain but as an outsider it was obvious. There were still enough plot twists to keep me turning the pages! Absolutely a 5 star read for me!
We meet several fun characters in this book but our main two that we follow the most is, Reese Pemberton, she is the new GM of The Historic Wyoming Point Resort, which also has the reputation of being haunted. It takes a lot of convincing that this isn’t just another stunt to draw in guests though for her.
“So, what usually happens in these situations is that, since these phenomena were experienced by a layperson who couldn’t identify what they encountered it’s easy to become convinced that the unconventional image was a ghost -personal experience if flawed, but scientific evidence is not.”
“That’s the spirit! We’ll make a believer out of you!” Famous last words of the coworkers that Reese has to deal with on a daily basis.
Our other main character is the alpha and aptly uniformed and handsome Cody Pring. Neither Reese or Cody hit it off well at first, but these two may just have some hope after all by the end of the book. One will have to find out and read for themselves to discover what they go through and how it leads them to where they are at the end of the book. I found this to be one of the best parts of the book.
“Thank you, Detective Pring, but I’m not someone who needs rescuing. Not me.” … In fact, she said, “thank you. You’ve helped me realize that whatever happens, including getting smacked by a door or straining my knee, it’s up to me to pull myself up. I will not and cannot rely on you or anyone else.”
Detective Pring, however, has a bit of a crush from first sight. Will he be able to help the hotel and Reese, all while convincing her that he is a man worth taking a second look at?
“The golden tones in her red hair shone beneath the moonlight. Long, bouncy curls pulled away from her face revealed shades of red that reminded me of the moon during a total eclipse. And like an eclipse, I could stop staring- even if it was bad for me. The fog wrapped around her fair face and delicate dancer’s body. I stared at green eyes that suddenly flashed with anger.”
This was a well flowing historical story as well. It was evident in the writing that the author took her time to research and learn all she could about the location she was writing about and bringing to such a vibrant life on the pages that flowed so nicely.
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