4 out of 5 Stars
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Having a story which explains the characters strengths and weaknesses was a great page turner. I enjoyed the humor, what makes them tick, and understanding why mistakes were made. As a reader this book gave an interesting twist to American history with paranormal flare. Fans will not be disappoint in the romance, and heart-pounding thriller.
Reviewed by Romantic Renay
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Madison Monroe is an anthropology prodigy. She’s poised to graduate with a double major, but she has limited field experience. The crowning jewel for her graduate school application is an upcoming dig in Normandy.
And she just got arrested for underage drinking.
Less than a month before she turns twenty-one.
Now, instead of taking part in her dream dig, she’s kicked off the crew and barely escapes academic probation. The only option for her application is a routine archaeological survey in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.
Once in Gettysburg, though, the “simple” dig isn’t exactly what it seems. Madison can feel a presence watching her and can hear voices of the dead calling from the battlefield. And, when she discovers a long buried secret at the Spangler Farm, she inadvertently sets off a chain of events that will put everything—including her life—on the line.
About the Author:
Heather Hambel Curley writes sassy paranormal fiction and historical fiction. She lives in Western Pennsylvania with her husband and two sons and, when not writing, she works as a disability claims analyst. She is represented by Rossano Trentin of TZLA.
Although she’s never seen a ghost in Harpers Ferry–although maybe heard one–she was a volunteer with the National Park Service’s living history department and archeology departments at Harpers Ferry National Historical Park in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia. The Armory and Arsenals were destroyed during the American Civil War, but guests can still visit many buildings described in her book Haunt. She is also a corseted Civil War reenactor with the Baltimore Light Artillery and has participated in events at many major national parks, such as Gettysburg and Antietam.
Heather also enjoys visiting the Caribbean, running, One Direction, and getting tattoos. You can follow her on Twitter at @Heather_Curley or visit her blog at heatherhambelcurley.com.