From USA Today best-selling Author, Patricia Mason, comes a thrilling new paranormal romance.
Sometimes death isn't the end...unfortunately.
Jonah Morrison is a loner and an outcast in his small Georgia hometown and not only because he's the caretaker for their cemetery. He's been a bit weird ever since his parents were slaughtered by a serial killer. Jonah has a secret life his neighbors don't suspect.
Belinda Cruz is drawn to Jonah. To her, the slightly geeky misfit is the human embodiment of the stray cats she tries to rescue. It doesn't hurt that he looks like he could model for an underwear ad.
Not even Belinda knows what Jonah's hiding on the cemetery's ancient oak tree or how he's connected to the recent string of gruesome murders plaguing the town.
Belinda could be Jonah's salvation. But the revelation of Jonah's secrets just might cost Belinda her life and her soul.
Warning: Some scenes may depict violence too extreme for some listeners!
An unusual ghostly, murder, mystery with a love story mixed in. I enjoyed this entertaining audiobook that has a few twists, some humour and likeable, entertaining characters. I especially enjoyed Derek, he added a comical element to the story and his interactions with Jonah were funny and endearing. The love aspect of the story was cute but I did find the sex scenes were written a bit awkwardly. The narrator did a good job, he gave the characters individual voices and brought the humour and tension in the story out well. Overall this was an interesting, well narrated story that I enjoyed. I received the audiobook at no cost and under no obligation to review.
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I thought this was an entertaining book. It kept me my attention, but at times it felt a little too "young adult" for me. Without giving spoilers, I thought one Jonah's decisions regarding his grandmother didn't seem very likely, but then again, I guess hormones make people od all sorts of things that don't make sense. If you like paranormal fantasy, I think you will find it enjoyable. I listened to the Audible audio edition narrated by David Dietz. I've had problems with some of his female voices in the past coming across a little screechy, but I think he is improving. I thought he did especially well with Derrick's mom's voice. And as always, he does a good job at giving unique voices to each of the characters.
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