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The Key Inheritance (Isobel Key #2)
by Jen McConnel
Ten years after the trip to Scotland that changed her life, Lou is back in the misty, magical country. This time, however, she’s not on vacation: Lou is there to settle some distasteful and depressing family business. When Brian, her old Highland fling, turns up, Lou is forced to wrestle with a past that she thought was dead and buried. As tension between the former lovers mounts, something wicked is stirring in Scotland. Lou must use all her strength to handle the increasingly desperate situation, but will she be strong enough to battle both a vengeful ghost and her heart?
The Key Inheritance is a novella that takes place a decade after the events of The Burning of Isobel Key. This contemporary story crosses into the supernatural as Lou discovers evidence of a long-dead spirit who refuses to rest in peace. Lou may have thought that she was finished with the witch Isobel Key, but her inheritance is more than the young woman can handle alone.
The Key Inheritance is the second book in this series by Jen McConnel and the MC, Lou is back in Scotland as the heir to an old estate given to her by an elderly gentleman she befriended on her vacation to Scotland years before.
Lou busies herself cleaning the house to be ready for sale and sorts through the items stored by the previous owner when she feels a presence.
Brian her holiday romance seems friendly enough, but Lou is wanting more than just a friendly hello.
This tale set in Scotland is a book suitable to those who like reading ghost stories. It is well written an quite an enjoyable read.
Kissed by Moonlight (Wild Hunt #1)
Phaedra Conners has been in short supply of normal ever since she shoved a car full of explosives off of a parking garage. Domestic terrorism would be an unappreciated skill set on any resume, so she’s a little surprised when she gets hired on as the personal secretary of multi-millionaire, Gabriel Evans.
Her new boss isn’t your average CEO, and when he finds himself falling for his assistant he knows that he’ll have to let her go. Especially if he wants her to survive the week. However, denying himself turns out to be much harder than he thought it would be.
Phaedra has spent most of her life digging up secrets.
But not every door needs to be opened and some skeletons like to howl at the moon.
I really enjoyed this book by Adrianne Brooks, where the MC Pjaedra Conners is all action and punch, a very strong character, but still with femininity in tact.
Phaedra is a journalist and happens to be in the wrong place at the wrong time and becomes a suspect in terrorist activities and black listed by all magazine editors.
She finds a new job and is hired to investigate a particular CEO of a company with lots of secrets. Phaedra goes undercover to learn more which lands her in the middle of strange happenings.
This action packed paranormal is filled to the brim with punch and readers will experience a very exhilarating read from beginning to end.