Sunday, December 8, 2013

Review Sefton Manor by Cait O'Sullivan

"Sefton Manor"
Author: Cait O'Sullivan
Genre: Contemporary
Pages: 18 k words
Source: Author in exchange for a honest review.
Published: October 25, 2013
Author's Website

Buy Links: Amazon

Goodreads Blurb:
Sefton Manor, a country house that has somehow withstood the ravages of time, holds the key to Martha Kendall’s dysfunctional family. Asked by her grandmother to uncover the truth about her missing Aunt, Martha comes to Buckhurst Village. Despite unsettling occurrences upsetting her sensibilities, she starts asking questions.
Questions that lead her to Will Fellowes, a man whose family tended the grounds of Sefton Manor for centuries. Amidst whispers of pacts with the Devil, they pair up to wrestle the secret from the house.

Or will Sefton Manor consume them all? 

My Review:
A ghostly mysterious and quick read by Cait O'Sullivan. Sefton Manor is my third time reading any of this author's work and as with the others, I thoroughly enjoyed it! Any fans of the genre looking for a good, quick reading fix will enjoy it :)

Martha is following through on a direct request from a family member. She enters the whole situation as an adventure and with an open mind. Good thing too, because not only does she meet one hot male. She runs into many ghostly entities and some are not so pretty to look at. Will she be the same once all of it is over? Will she survive the ordeal with her sanity in tact and will she get to keep the hunk of a man as well?

As I've come to expect from Cait, she wrote us an original tale with paranormal elements and a light romantic touch and all within a short, quick read that manages to satisfy the reader. Bravo!

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