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Haunting Megan
     

Haunting Megan

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by Rebecca Reilly
 

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After suffering years of abuse at the hands of her alcoholic mother, Megan wakes to screams, cries of murder, and the room splattered with blood. Sent to the mountains to live with the grandfather who'd once abandoned them, Megan must learn to care for her young sisters and manage Wind Hollow Lodge. Megan tries to ignore the haunting memories of her past as she

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After suffering years of abuse at the hands of her alcoholic mother, Megan wakes to screams, cries of murder, and the room splattered with blood. Sent to the mountains to live with the grandfather who'd once abandoned them, Megan must learn to care for her young sisters and manage Wind Hollow Lodge. Megan tries to ignore the haunting memories of her past as she struggles to live a normal life. But she can't ignore the ghosts who terrorize her, nor can she calm the fear that her sanity is slipping away. When deputies discover the bodies of men murdered on Wind Hollow land, people start to wonder just how crazy Megan Wilson really is.

The investigation at Wind Hollow Lodge is just another case to Deputy Jason Belt-until he sees Megan. Drawn to her beauty and her wounded spirit, his oath to protect and serve takes on new meaning. But why did she lie to him? What does she have to hide?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781499373653
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
07/19/2014
Pages:
314
Product dimensions:
5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.66(d)

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Meet the Author

Rebecca Reilly is a pastor and has been working in ministry for over thirty years. A wife and mother of two and grandmother of one, Rebecca enjoys hiking, jogging, and taking cruises. When she's in her Northern California home, she works as a pastor of student ministries, a massage therapist, a health coach, and a writer. Rebecca enjoys writing mysteries (Into Dark Waters and Haunting Megan), but has also written humor (Diary of a Christian Woman: How I Used 50 Shades of Grey to Spice Up My Marriage), a children's chapter book (The Geek Club), and two picture books (Heart of a Kitty and Jammers and His Flying Bed Adventure). Right now, Rebecca is working on follow-up novels in all four genres.

You can follow Rebecca on Facebook (facebook.com/RebeccaLynnReilly), Twitter (twitter.com/RebeccaReillyL), Goodreads, and at www.rebeccareilly.net.

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Haunting Megan 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
ReadersFavorite More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Jessyca Garcia for Readers' Favorite Haunting Megan by Rebecca Reilly is a murder mystery that keeps you guessing. Twelve-year-old Megan’s life suddenly changes when her older sister is murdered in the room next to hers and her abusive mother is the accused murderer. Megan and her two younger sisters are forced to live with their grandfather who they do not know. The story then takes Megan and her sisters through the years, and all the while Megan is being haunted by ghosts from the past. When another murder occurs near Megan, her life begins to slowly fall apart again. I really enjoyed Haunting Megan. I was not sure what to expect after reading the first chapter. I thought for sure Megan’s life was going to turn out worse. Reilly surprised me with how well Megan and her sisters do in life. I like it when a story offers hope to the characters. It forces me to like the characters and form an invisible bond with them. I loved Megan and thought she was a strong female. I also liked how close she was to her sisters. My favorite thing about this story was the little twists that Reilly threw into the plot. They made me keep guessing as to who the murderer actually was. I also liked that the romance part of the book was taken slowly. Too often the romance is rushed in a story, but Reilly handled it beautifully. I thought the ending was perfect. The only thing I wish there was more of would be updates as to what happened to the bad guys. Overall, I considered it a good murder mystery. I hope that Reilly writes more mysteries like this in the future.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed Haunting Megan! There were so many different themes to the story: alcoholism, abuse, loss, love and even the supernatural. It was so easy to relate to her characters. They were well developed and were so interesting. And I love a good a mystery! This one fit the bill.