Thursday, 22 February 2018

Saving Grace - Aubrey Wynne (audio book review)

I got this audio book for an honest review

The ghost of the Pungo Witch meets a shattered heart.

Jackson Hahn, Virginia Beach's local historian, has his eyes on the mysterious new woman in town. When she enters his office, he is struck by her haunting beauty and the raw pain in her eyes. Her descriptions of the odd events happening in her bungalow pique his curiosity.

Chloe Hicks' life consisted of an egocentric ex-husband, a pile of bills, and an equine business in foreclosure until a fire destroys the stable and her beloved ranch horse. What little hope she has left is smashed after the marshal suspects arson. She escapes the accusing eyes of her hometown, but not the memories and melancholy.

The sexy historian distracts Chloe with the legend of a woman wrongly accused of witchcraft. She is drawn to the story and the similarities of events that plagued their lives. Perhaps the past can help heal the present. But danger lurks in the shadows...

My Thoughts
A really interesting story with a lot of elements I like. I so love the environment and how the story is build up but over-all I still felt that the story was a little bit slow. I dont know I got a little bit bored in the beginning of the story, the story do start "mid-in" so to say but after the first chapters it is a lot of talking and it is slow. It is a way to fill in the history and the relationship but also this is a very short read so it felt a bit to much for my liking.

It did pick up about mid-way in and I did enjoy listen to the story and the characters and how they change and act. The story itself is really good and it is a good book to listen to. The narrator Sara K. Sheckells does a great work and I love how she is reading the story. You really get into the story with her.

It is an interesting book and I do not regret listen to it. It was entertaining even if it felt slow. If it was longer I think it would have been better and more to my liking but I still gives it good review because it is a good book and an interesting story well worth both reading and listening too.

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