The Haunting Of Wolfe Haven

The Haunting Of Wolfe Haven

by Debbie A. Heaton
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The Haunting Of Wolfe Haven by Debbie A. Heaton

Riley Russell is gorgeous, smart, and successful. She also has a broken heart she's managed to keep secret from everyone-including herself. Three years ago, she walked away from her marriage to entrepreneur Tristan Russell, believing there was no hope for the relationship. But when he reenters her life unexpectedly, Riley must fight to remain independent and in control of the life she has built.

Tristan, as handsome and accomplished as ever, is planning to get remarried, but first he must divorce Riley. To save her broken heart, Riley must confront her feelings for Tristan, his family, and his haunted ancestral house, Wolfe Haven. Along the way, she must navigate a minefield of secrets and mysteries, including arson, betrayal, and murder.

As Riley and Tristan try to find love with each other a second time around, they come to grips with things that go bump in the night. If Riley isn't careful, she may fall prey to enemies that are closer than she thinks.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781450238069
Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
Publication date: 07/13/2010
Pages: 232
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.53(d)

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The Haunting of Wolfe Haven 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
MikiHope More than 1 year ago
This book had me on my toes! I really couldn't figure out who the "Beta" was and truthfully would never have guessed. It combines mystery, paranormal and some romance in a way I've never read before-but I sincerely loved it. I know you will too!! The about the book will tell you enough without me trying to not give anything away!! A definite 5 in my opinion--maybe higher!!
Grizzly21 More than 1 year ago
This was a good read. I liked the suspense and mystery of it. I was expecting more of the ghost, but was still good.
ToniWI More than 1 year ago
The Haunting of Wolfe Haven was interesting, just not my cup of tea. Riley, the female lead character was childish and Tristan, the male lead was clueless. But the characters were young and I'm giving them a pass for that. This story may appeal to a young adult audience better.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The Haunting of Wolfe Haven is a story about a woman named Riley who left her husband Tristan three years earlier but still carries a burning torch for him. She travels back to their shared home of Wolf Haven to try to put the past behind her at the invitation of Abby Collins, a family friend and resident of Wolfe Haven. At first, the reason for Abby's invitation seems clear cut; Abby wishes to reunite Tristan and Riley in order to stop Tristan's pending marriage to conniving Glenda Brant, Tristan's love interest before his marriage to Riley. However, when the gardener of Wolfe Haven gives Riley an ominous warning that something is not right at the residence, the story starts to have twists and turns and brings about unexpected deception and danger that Riley is unprepared for. This story has touches of the super natural as well when Riley hears whispering warnings that could possibly be coming from the resident ghost of Wolfe Haven, Isabella Garcia. The tension is fraught between Tristan and Riley as they try to deny their feelings for each other while at the same time, Tristan's brother Collin plays an effective, spoiled villain. When the gardener dies in a mysterious accident and Zoe, Collin's girlfriend gets seriously hurt in a hit and run that Riley is convinced was meant for her, the plot thickens and things get more hazardous for Riley. Although this book started out a little stilted, I found that about halfway through it began to flow easily and captured my interest with all of the intense plots and danger. I was pleased with the how the author easily captured the essence of danger that presided at Wolfe Haven. However, I would have preferred more in depth understanding of the characters lives and motives, although the author did a good job letting the reader get to know Riley. I enjoyed that the villain at the end of the story was a surprise, allowing for one more twist to the story. While I feel that this author could have spent more time on letting the reader get to know other characters besides Riley and perhaps worked on making the beginning of the story flow a little better, I think that overall, this story is appealing and that the surprise ending and subtle, supernatural references makes it obvious why this book and it's author, Debbie A. Heaton was recently chosen for the 2010 Forward Book Awards.