Ships in the night carry deadly deeds.
Jack Landry just wanted to do his job. Hired as the new deckhand for commercial fishing boat, “The Mist of The Sea”, Jack works under successful and elusive Captain Oliver Allister, an unknown distant relative of the cursed Cambridge family. When he begins to hear noises and see inexplicable things, Jack suspects there’s more to this fishing boat than meets the eye.
Claire Allister, the captain’s beautiful yet mysterious daughter, captivates Jack like no other. However, Claire carries with her the demons of her dead brother that threaten to push her and Jack apart. Terrorized by the ghoulish memory, the young lovers embark on a mission to lay his soul to rest.
Their journey leads them to the Silent Cove Bed & Breakfast just off the coast of Chistine, Maine. When Jack and Claire begin to unravel the truth about Oliver’s past and his connection with Silent Cove, they soon find themselves fighting for their love—and their very lives. What will they sacrifice to banish the ghosts once and for all?
The third and final installment in the breathtaking paranormal romance saga, the Silent Cove trilogy, Silent Cove: The Banishing forces readers once more into a world of mystery, romance, and one final exhilarating twist that may just be fatal.
Silent Cove Series Reading Order:
Awakening Book One by Deanndra Hall
Retribution Book Two by Anne L. Parks
Banishing Book Three by Jax Jillian
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Banishing (A Silent Cove #3) by Jax Jillian This is a great conclusion to the Silent Cove Trilogy. It's a story of fanstasmas and mystery and I do not want to talk about the plot or the end to not give spoilers. I enjoyed reading Banishing and I liked the ending. The secrets about Silent Cove are revealed and the questions are answered. In Banishing we meet Oliver who is grandson of Delilah. The characters are well developed, Jack is man with a lot of charisma. The beginning of the story was a little slow, but after a few chapters I could not stop reading. Each book has its own story with a conclusion, it can be read as standalone, but I recommend that you read the trilogy so you will enjoy the exciting and sad story about the Cambridge/Kingsley family. I received an arc of this book and am voluntarily reviewing.
Ahh the perfect ending to a great trilogy. The story starts off giving you an insight and the connection to Silent Cove and is not lacking. The action and intrigue begin there and carry thru at a nice pace to the end. The story and characters are well done and flow very good with the previous tales. Yes they can be read as a standalone but why would you want to miss the action and getting the entire story. I love how each one although separate all tie in so well and are so interwoven. Each author brings their own touch this one being Jack *deep sigh*. Sweet, supportive, kind, tender, yup he was all that and more and the rock the story and characters needed. Loved it and this author who I have not had the pleasure of reading before.
My Rating: 3.5 My Review: I was curious as to how this series would wrap up and enjoyed the sweet conclusion that Banishing brought to the Silent Cove Trilogy. The premise was interesting although the story evolved ever so slowly much like the lightning pace of a terrapin. I enjoyed the thoughtful details and emotive descriptions, but my favorite thing about this installment was the kind and gentle character of Jack.