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The three sisters are venturing into town when Emeline loses her beloved dog, Snip. As Lydia searches for him, she meets the handsome John Barrett, who helps her to find him. Mr. Barrett is their next door neighbor and their father's new business partner- and soon, Lydia's love interest. Aside from the secrets hidden in the family due to the scandal, Willow Hall, their new residence, is carrying its own dark secrets.
Lydia is carrying her own secrets- things that happen around her that she cannot explain. Her mother knows the truth of it, but she has taken a distant role in her daughters' upbringing. It began with the incident when she was child, where a boy who killed her kitten was injured in her anger. At Willow Hall, Lydia is haunted with a lack of sleep and seeming visions. This supernatural element feels so creepy and is written so well that you can't help but be pulled into the story.
As the book continues, a romance develops alongside the mysteries of the family and Lydia herself which slowly come to light. This book is absolutely enchanting. and I couldn't help but keep page turning at the sacrifice of sleep. Although not a lot of action in the traditional sense, the mysteries and writing make the book feel fast-paced without a lull. With betrayals, rivalries, blackmail, secrets, ghosts, and witchcraft, this book has more than enough to keep the reader highly engaged.
I highly recommend this book for people who enjoy paranormal romance- this is a highly captivating and skillfully written book that is definitely worth picking up! You certainly won't regret it! I am definitely interested in reading more from this author and would love more around this setting.
Please note that I received an ARC from the publisher. All opinions are my own.