I read this very quickly, and enjoyed the build up of the haunting and the sense of horror and dread in the house. The ending felt rushed in comparison to the rest of the book, and the love scene felt a little forced but I will still check out the author's other works. Good entertainment.
I didn't like this one as much as the other two, and got downright annoyed at the Ben character at times, but I still thought it was a good ending to the series. Looking forward to reading more from this author though, maybe the Banks Brother's series?
I really enjoyed this! It took me a while to get through because I could only read it a chapter or so at a time before I got too spooked/weirded out and had to put it down which was great and meant I could really savour it. I would highly recommend this book to anyone who likes creepy occult haunted house ghost stories, and I can't wait to check out more by this author.
Similar to others in the genre, but I liked the heart this one had. It was very readable and kept my attention (which is not something that's easy to do with so many ebooks readly available). I can't wait to read more from this writer.
Tamara Thorne is one of the best writer's I've come across since I got my e-reader. She consistantly writes stories that have interesting characters, settings, and plots. I have never been disappointed in anything I've read from her.
I enjoyed this book, especially the dark humour! I've been feeling kind of burned out on vampires lately but this had enough other stuff going on to keep me interested. I only took away a star because it kind of felt like the major plot line was wrapped up so fast that it didn't really feel completed, more of like an afterthought and I was left with some unanswered questions. As always though, the characterization and settings kept me reading much past my bedtime.