Monday, June 18, 2012

Review: She Walks The Shore

Book Title:   She Walks The Shore                              

Author:  Lisa Greer

Publisher:  Musa Publishing

Genre:  romantic suspense, paranormal, contemporary

Heat Level- sweet

Length-  47 pages

Reviewer name: Nikki

Rating: 4 Lightning Bolts

Blurb: Seattle romance writer Marisol Huff's life changes radically when her long lost and dying grandfather Luke shows up at her door. Soon, she is Canada bound, heading to a cabin in the wilds of 100 Mile House. She welcomes the chance to get away from her abusive, stalker boyfriend Paul and make a new start.

But there are secrets in 100 Mile House. Marisol's handsome neighbor, Sylvan Hill, is rumored to be the leaders of a dangerous cult. Handsome Mountie Tom Fraser attracts her but has troubles of his own. When she sees a ghostly woman walking the shore of the lake behind the cabin, Marisol senses that someone will kill to keep the tortured spirit's story hidden.

Review:  In just a short time, Marisol is united with her grandfather, and then loses him. What she gains, however, is an experience she'll never forget.

She Walks The Shore is a  quick read, and the pages kept turning. It had this gothic, ghostly romance feel that I enjoyed. There were things that went bump in the night, strange new people, and a few visits from a ghost. I love stories like these!

The ending surprised me. I never saw that coming- what a twist!  The writing is great, the story moved along so well, and the thrills and chills I got from this book were perfect for a late night read.  The mix of paranormal, contemporary and a bit of  suspense added so much. Ms. Greer's She Walks The Shore is a story not to be missed.

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  1. Good review! This sounds interesting

  2. Thanks for the awesome review. :) ~Lisa