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Publisher's Summary

Note: This book was formerly called When Darkness Falls. The authors gave it a new cover and title to more accurately reflect the content of the book.

Fast-paced suspense meets sweet romance in this touching and tender clean love story.

Interior designer Chloe Kensley tries to put her life back together after her fiancé, Dan, is killed. But that's not easy, considering she's seeing his ghost. Is she imagining things, or is Dan reaching out to her?

Needing a fresh start, Chloe takes a glamorous new design job in Salt Lake City, where she gets caught up in a love triangle with two very different brothers - Garrett, the charming, playful younger brother and Hank, her straight-laced boss. But there's more to the brothers than meets the eye. Chloe unwittingly becomes the pawn in a perilous game of intrigue and betrayal.

Will the ghosts of the past prevent Chloe from finding true love, or will the promise of a new love shine through in the end?

©2017 Jennifer Youngblood (P)2017 Jennifer Youngblood

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Had a hard time liking the main character

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It was a clean, light mystery

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Chloe was not a very likable person. She was whiny and loved to call Hank names which I found very juvenile and rude. She was also very rude to her roommate. Yes, the roommate would have made me crazy, but there are better ways to respond. The book also did not flow well for me. The narrator did not do a great job with the male voices and made some of the "bad" characters sound cartoony and cliche (probably with help from the writing). I listen to a lot of my audio books over, but I just can't see doing that with this one, especially since I'm having a hard time finishing it. I think this narrator would be fine in a book that is primarily female voices.