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A mystery with a paranormal twist

Visions of the past lead to the discovery of a lost family treasure. 

Megan's gift is getting stronger, and she is hearing voices warning her of dangers to come. A valuable painting is stolen from the Longstreet Gallery. She has unexpected guests at the Green Lady Inn, could one of them be a thief and a murderer? 

Contains an excerpt from Honey Tree Farm: For the Love of the Beekeeper's Daughter.

©2016 Brenda M. Spalding (P)2018 Brenda M. Spalding

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Continuing adventures of Megan and Jake

This is the second book about Megan and Jake. This book finds them about to open a bed and breakfast in a house that has belonged to Megan's family for many generations. Megan starts experiencing feedback about certain items and has the premonition that something is going to happen. And it does in ways she couldn't begin to imagine.
I had the feeling this story wasn't as developed as book number one as there were several areas of the plot that didn't seem to be as developed as I expected. I did enjoy the main mystery and seeing how that worked itself out. It was some of the offshoots of the plot that were missing. An example being when Megan walked in a room and discovered a ghost or spirit. She asked if it was a friend or enemy, received an answer and then walked out. If that was me, I would have asked the spirit a few more questions!
The narrator did a good job of characters and the narration, but it was just a tad too fast for my liking. I didn't play around with the speed of the audio, so that might have helped. I also think there was a moment of the narrator clearing her throat that should have been edited out of the recording (39:45).
All in all, I enjoyed the story and the narration and am looking forward to book 3.
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and I have voluntarily left this review.