"I really liked the story. It's right up there with something you'd read by Linda Howard and even Nora Roberts with a little Sandra Brown tossed in there. If you are a fan of any of those ladies, you are going to like this book." -Sara Strand, Sara's Organized Chaos Blog
"So I just finished VERTIGO by Gwenan Haines and loved this CR! I totally don't want to spoil this book for you, so I'm going to give a bit of a teaser and simply say, buy it. VERTIGO is an action packed, suspenseful romance about lighthouses, ghosts, history, drugs and the DEA. Did I mention I really enjoyed this book? From the start it grabs you and doesn't let go." -Toot's Book Reviews
"I loved this book!" -Riverina Romantics
"I absolutely recommend this book to everyone!" -Authors to Watch
"If you like romantic suspense, you will love this one!" -Sinfully Sexy Book Reviews
About the Author
Gwenan Haines lives in New England with her 11-year-old daughter and a Siberian husky born on Halloween. She loves to travel and has visited Italy, Sweden, Pakistan, Germany, Russia, Greece and other countries. She collects old books, colored glass and complicated recipes she can't actually make. You can follow her on Facebook and Twitter @GwenanHaines or visit her blog at http://gwenanhaines.blogspot.com.
Top Customer Reviews
Blake Cartwright has a successful career as a attorney in New York. She's had enough of city life and buys a lighthouse that she plans to make into an inn in Maine. She offers Declan Hunter a job to help renovate the lighthouse. One night she hears a baby crying and sees someone fall from the catwalk of the lighthouse. Did she see the ghost of Lucy, the former keeper's wife? The ending was not expected and I was shocked. You have to read this book to find out what happens.
Author: Gwenan Haines
Publisher: Amazon Encore
Genre: Mystery, Thrillers & Suspense
Sub Genre: Paranormal, Romance, Ghosts
Reviewed For: NetGalley
Rating: 4.25 Stars
Looking to change her life, Attorney Blake Cartwright leaves her high pressure life behind and purchases a lighthouse; planning to turn it into an inn. Scoffing at the idea of the place being haunted she forges ahead. Then the she witnesses a woman falling to her death in front of her is the stories of the spirit of a woman luring others to their deaths the truth or is she loosing her mind? And is Declan Hunter just a handyman helping her repair the property or does he have a secret agenda of his own?
Gwenan Haines has written a novel that draws a reader into the story with the words that draws the reader into the scenes and helps them identify with the strong characters she has built. From the first word to the last you will not want to put this book down. The story moves at a quick pace that keeps the story from becoming boring. You will hate to see the end come, but this is a definite book for your keeper shelf and you can revisit again and again. My rating is a 4.25out of 5 stars.
Amazon link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B013CSM55O/ref=cm_cr_ryp_prd_ttl_sol_0
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