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5.0 out of 5 starsHeather's story was so good it made me cry!
Reviewed in the United States on April 29, 2020
Heather's son, Travis, died when he was just ten years old. She couldn't breath let alone cope with his death. Eventually, it took a toll on her marriage and the two grieving parents split for good. It has been years since Travis died but Heather has really never been able to move on. She still lives in the same house and kept his room exactly the same as it was when he was in his accident and passed. Heather is remodeling another historical project house and she calls Martin, her electrician, over to do some work on the house. After she and Martin discuss the plans for the electrical work at her project house, Heather goes to leave it sees who she thinks is Travis sitting in Martin's truck. Upon closer inspection, she realizes it is a young girl in a baseball cap, Jan, who is Martin's daughter. The next day Heather comes into her remodel project and finds Jan sitting in a room all alone playing tic tac toe in the dust on the floor and talking to her "friends." Heather decides that she, Vivien, Lorna and William should hold a seance in the project house. This is how they learn Jan is special like Heather is BUT, Martin doesn't believe in this kind of thing. So they must prove to him paranormal activity does exist. They proceed to try to do that so that they can help her and teach her how to use her gifts. This book was amazing, it made me feel Heather's loss, sadness and grief. It made me feel her pain at the same time as I felt her happiness; it is truly bittersweet. I adored this book, it was engaging, descriptive, both well written and developed. I am excited for the next book and I definitely recommend this series and author!
This is one of the best paranormal fiction/romance series I’ve encountered. It explores the nature of friendship, quality of life at mid-life, heartbreak, and recovery...all while including mature romances in the mix. Each book concentrates on one of three women and her path to recovery after a great loss. The three protagonists have different psychic gifts; together they explore the supernatural legacies of their families, particularly Heather’s spiritualist grandmother who links them through rings that enhance their abilities. This book focuses on Heather a decade after her ten year old was killed by a drunk driver. A gifted medium, his is the one spirit she can’t contact. She meets the young daughter of one of her workers, a child much like her younger self, struggling to live in a world where no one (not even her father) believes she talks to ghosts. The child has befriended Heather’s son and they conspire to help their parents find a happy future.
Back to Freewild Cove, North Carolina for Heather's story. The three sister witches have all suffered in the past, all have pain buried inside. Lorna and Vivian have let go of their pain and began a new life, now it is Heather's turn. Her pain is deeper than either of her friends, a pain no mother should have to face, the loss of a child. There are so many feels in this book, happiness, laughter, love and deep sadness. It is time for her happily ever after with the help of a father and daughter who have pain to deal with as well. Can they heal each other? Read along on this bumpy road. Believe in love again.
So good! Heather is very happy her two soul sisters found their loves but she only wants to contact her son Travis who passed away many years ago. She left his room as it was. So all the women try another seance to contact Travis. In the meantime, an electrician, Martin, is working on this special house for her. He has a daughter who Heather feels a connection with because of both of their abilities . Heather finally convinces Martin that his daughter is gifted. In the end, Heather is able to say goodbye to Travis and her attraction to Martin progresses into more. Can't wait for the next book in the series!
Good sorry for Heather, but was too quick in my mind. Lorna’s story was pretty good, but too short. Viv’s story was much too short and lacked character development and this story was a little better than Viv’s.
The story line is good, but I felt like it just a cliff notes version of what the full story should have been. I haven’t read this author before these books and I am wondering if it’s her style.
Sounds like the series will be continuing with a new character potentially, unsure whether I will continue reading.
5.0 out of 5 starsBook 3. Ghosts are bring these ladies together
Reviewed in the United States on May 7, 2020
Ghosts are bring these ladies together along with some great men. Tragedy sometimes has to strike to make happiness. The bonds these woman are forming are helping them to figure life out. And close doors that need closed and opening ones that need opening. Heather is a strong character. Her friends are great. Some love sprinkled into this story makes even more endearing. This book was great. Definitely give it a read you will not be disappointed.
Heather's ability to move forward in life after losing her son has been frozen until now. With the help of some ghosts and her best friends, she finally moves forward in her life instead of just going through the motions. The strength of her friendships and the bonds of family are beautifully shown within this engaging story. I have enjoyed each of the women's stories and look forward to reading more from this author.
Love the mature women in this fabulous series. All over 40. All going through some sort of heartache. Magically brought together by a dead medium. For what purpose? First to help each other heal their wounded souls. Then to help others, whether they be people or ghosts. Three souls were healed in this book. One a precious 10 year old girl. Great story. And a good romance.
5.0 out of 5 starsA heart breaking beautiful story.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 29, 2020
I knew Heather's story was going to be sad. I had braced myself for tears (there were many) but it was written in such a devastatingly beautiful way. The pain of losing a child is unimaginable add to that the ability to see ghosts and yet not the one you want to see. Heather is such a strong, nurturing and wonderful woman.
The characters in this series blew me away from the word go. I feel a sense of kinship with them; as an avid reader that is very rare and special to find. I am in love with these stories and their characters.
5.0 out of 5 starsWhat a beautiful heartfelt story this was.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 1, 2020
I couldn’t wait to dive into this book to find out if Heather found her happy ending, and the author certainly didn’t disappoint. Be warned tissues will be needed for this one as it is a little bit of an emotional roller coaster but oh so worth the read. I loved everything about this story, and was so happy that Heather was able to come to terms with what happened and got to see her son one last time. Can’t wait to read the next book in this series. I would recommend this book.
This was an absolutely heart wrenching read, poor Heather has had such a painful journey, thank god for her family and friends, this was a roller-coaster of emotions and painful memories, each step is so hard but when she meets Martin and January I knew it was a another step in her journey, i never cryed so much reading a book, amazing storyline, can't wait for book four
The 3rd book in the series and as the characters develop and become more familiar, the stories just get better. This one was so emotional, sweet and beautiful, I loved it. I was so pleased to discover there's another book planned.