When Addison Lockhart inherits Grayson Manor after her mother's untimely death, she unlocks a secret that's been kept hidden for over 50 years. For Addison, it seems like she's finally found the house of her dreams...until the spirit of Roxanne "Roxy" Rafferty comes to call. Who is Roxanne, why is she haunting Grayson Manor, and how will Addison's connection reveal a key to her own past that she thought no longer existed?
©2013 Cheryl Bradshaw (P)2014 Cheryl Bradshaw
The only reason why I finished it is because I paid $1.99 for the narration. This really wasn't a ghost story or a story of a haunting. The narration was terrible too. I will definitely not be reading the rest of the Addison Lockheart series.
characters different voices, but in this case, I thought that some of the characters voices sounded pretty much the same, and they were irritating. My biggest issue with the reader was her voice for the handyman, it made me want to stab out my eardrums and do anything I could to make it stop! overall I liked the story, but will not be buying the second in the series.
I love ghost stories and it's a shame to me how poorly written most of them are. It's like this was written by a 13 year old. Not only the writing is weak, the story isn't scary at all. couldn't finish it. the narrator doesn't help. I suppose it's a matter of preference, but she is just too nasal for my liking. waste of a credit.
Introduces ghostly murder and physics impression. I truly appreciate this book and now force to read the next. It's really hard to find the perfect book but this is it.
All the characters are annoyingly nasal and sound ridiculous. Especially "Luke". The story itself isn't very exciting nor scary. Disappointed to say the least!
Learning how the story was going to end. But the narrator was horrible.
Probably the last third of the book was the highlight.
No. She ruined the book for me. Her character voice of Luke was terrible!!
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