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When Irish Eyes Are Haunting: A Krewe of Hunters Novella (1001 Dark Nights) Paperback – February 24, 2015
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Newlyweds, and Krewe of Hunter members, Devin Lyle and Craig Rockwell should be enjoying the beautiful rolling hills of Ireland on their honeymoon. Instead, they are here for an untimely death in Devin’s family which leads to quite an investigation involving the tale of a banshee and her wail. Could that be responsible for her relative’s death? Now, if anyone could believe in such a tale, it’s Devin and Rocky and their ghost-seeing abilities, but they also know there is most likely something else behind this mystery. Could it be someone was looking to kill off the rightful heirs to the family castle and estate and claim it as their own? Certainly a ghostly apparition wouldn’t gain from material possessions. Putting their honeymoon romance on hold a bit, Devin and Rocky start off on a mission to solve this deadly mystery…banshees or not.
As only author Heather Graham can do, this story was weaved with mystery and supernatural lore that had me glued to every page from start to finish. Devin and Rocky arrive in Ireland and the reader is immediately taken into their world, with breathtaking descriptions of the castle and surrounding land, I felt as though I was in the story with them. Along with that, the characters are rich and intriguing. From Gary the ghost tour guide, to Devin’s family members, these characters were entertaining and enjoyable.Read more ›
Believable characters, entertaining and easy to understand dialogue.
Thoughts to take away from this story:
"They were friends as well as brothers. Imagine a family where those not first in line for an inheritance don’t seem to give a whit—and just help out?"
"But he knew that she believed in one true tenet, and that was the fact that in her mind, all good men and women believed in decency and kindness and that religion didn’t matter."
I will re-read this story and look forward to other works by this author.
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It's their honeymoon but they couldn't ignore the request. This story had it all: Ireland, atmosphere, intrigue and romance.Published 1 month ago by Ilene Gallo
I felt like I was in Eire too. Story was shorter but still great! This serious is worth & it doesn't matter if you read them out of order.Published 2 months ago by Kindle Customer
As always heather Graham has done a great job the story flowed with great interest and some twists that will keep you guessingPublished 2 months ago by Judy