After returning home from her father's funeral to find her boy-friend in bed with another woman, Mackenzi Clair is looking for a fresh start. She thinks she'll find it in her favorite childhood vacation spot. But returning to Donn's HIll awakens more than nostalgia. Mac regains a lost psychic ability to talk to the dead and the poltergeist haunting her apartment is desperate to make her use that figt to find his killer.
Aided by her new roomate-a spirited tortoiseshell cat anemed Striker - and the ghost hunting crew of the nationally televised show Soul Searchers, Mac struggles to learn how to use her powers but she'd better get a handle on them fast, because someone in town is hiding a deadly secreet. If Mac can't somehow divine the truth, Donn's Hill will never be the same.
|Publisher:||Immortal Works LLC|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.75(d)|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Fun read and suspense!
This novel was sent to my wife as an ARC for an honest review. I'll write her words here as she does not have an B&N account. The main character is brilliant and my wife says if we didn't have a house full of rescue dogs then she'd adopt a cat as she fell in love with striker. If you love the Ghost Hunters and other Paranormal T.V shows then this book is right up your street. It is has ghosts, psychics, seances and a murder mystery. What more could you ask for, apart from the next in the series :)
Mackenzie Clair’s mother died when she was very young. Now, her father has died also, leaving her with no living relatives. When she finds out that her long-time boyfriend is cheating on her, she kicks him out, finding herself alone for the first time in her life. Deciding to make a fresh start, she moves to Donn’s Hill since she has fond childhood memories of going there with her mother. As soon as she gets there though, a disturbing spirit starts haunting her. That’s when she finds out that Donn’s Hill is one of the most haunted places there is. But that is nothing compared to what she discovers about herself. Donn’s Hill sounds like my kind of place, I would love to go to a festival with the activities depicted in this story. Mac seemed to be a confident, well-rounded character, and an easy person to like. The postage stamp town and its eccentric characters were perfect too. With a plot of mystery and secrets, and a little cat with a mind of its own, I couldn’t help but be entertained immensely.