After losing her best friend in a fire, Rachel Madison rents a cabin on Misty Lake, trying to work through her guilt and sorrow. While there, she meets two men, one good looking and friendly and the other handsome, but scarred. Soon, she realizes that the peace she was trying to find here wasn't to be, as supernatural events begin to take place. The strange encounters with ghosts at the lake cause Rachel to form a strong bond of friendship with the two men. The three friends move closer and closer to danger as the events unfold to a possible tragic result.
One night Rachel Madison is having a party. Her best friend suggested everyone should be cut off from the alcohol and drink coffee. Suddenly Rachel smells something burning. Her home is on fire and everyone is fighting to get out of the house. In the mad rush to the door, Rachel's best friend got hit and knocked down. She doesn't make it.
Rachel takes time off and visits a cabin by the suggestion of her best friend before she died. Things could have turned out so differently had Rachel done things in a different way. Why didn't she listen? While up at the cabin at Misty Lake, Rachel meets the only 2 other people staying at the cabins. They all become friends. Now the world changes for all of them...
John , a handsome man with a scarred face and a gruff voice tries to tell both Rachel and Daniel they need to leave. There is something in the water and it isn't safe. Daniel, a good looking Asian man chooses to stay just like Rachel chooses to stay. Strange things start happening.
Explore the past and present stories of Misty Lake with Rachel, Daniel and John. This is an exciting paranormal mystery that is sure to have everyone trying to guess the ending. The real ending, well let's just say I didn't see that coming at all!
The author, Lauralynn Elliott did a great job at capturing my interest. I found the story strange and very original and I quite enjoyed it! The narrator, Al Kessel did a great job delivering this story in such an exciting way. I loved the voice used for John! All in all, I really enjoyed this book! This is my first read by this author also my first listen by this narrator. Good job both of you!
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
I honestly didn't know what to think of this story going in. But, as I listened to the story by author Lauralynn Elliott I was surprised and blown away. I really enjoyed this story and I highly recommend anyone and everyone to give this story a listen.
Al Kessel the narrator did a wonderful job with his performance in telling this story. He brought each character to life and even the ghost. I'm really pleased with his telling of the story. Overall, I give it a 5 🌟 rating!
I received this audio free from the author/narrator for an honest and unbiased review.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
I enjoyed the storyline, and the narrator did a good job. If you're the type who prefers to skip a lot of detail in your setting, this is a good book for you. Although I enjoyed it, I would have liked a little more detail. I didn't always feel drawn in, and didn't feel deeply connected to the characters. On the plus side, the ending was atypical--a pleasant change for a ghost story. I think in this case, the narrator added to the appeal. All in all it was entertaining.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
This was a paranormal love story. It was worth listening to, but not one of my favorites. I found it to be a bit predictable. The performance was good. I would give the book a C+ overall.
I stopped listening after only about 10 minutes into the book. I have been a member of audible for many years and I have had books that disappointed me, but this book is terrible. The writing is from high school and the performance is from a first year acting class. Though a first year acting class may have been better. In short do not waste your time, your money or a credit.
1 of 5 people found this review helpful