This is the 3rd book in Erin Hart's series I have read and I had really looked forward to it. Lake of Sorrows and Haunted Ground were great. I liked this one the least. Somehow the book just fell short of its promise. It hinted at supernatural, weird justifications for the "bad" guys, Irish folk lore, lots of subplot potentials but somehow it seemed like we never totally got to the point. As one reviewer indicated, the title is intriguing and does sort of play a part and this was neat. While I am glad I read her book and will certainly give another one a go, I'd recommend getting it in one of the discount opportunities Audible offers. Personally, I found the narrator's accent added to the Irish flavor of the book but it did take a few chapters to get accustomed to it.
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