My Review: 3.5 of 5 Stars
After killing her husband, Angelica brings the muzzle of her .38 special to her temple to end her years of heartache, but once she pulls the trigger, she finds herself trapped in a new cycle of misery. From that fateful day the ghosts of Brian and Angelica become stuck in a seemingly endless loop of torment until a woman and her five-year-old daughter move into the house, providing fresh victims for Brian’s rage. Angelica attempts to warn Crystal, and tries to protect the young Eden, from her husband’s wrath, but her spirit may not be strong enough to save them all.
From the very first pages of this novel, I was hooked. The author’s writing style is easily digestible, full of sharp images, and portrays vivid characters, making this book hard to put down. Each chapter is told from the viewpoints of both the…
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