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Book Review – Grave Wrong by Kate Allenton @KateAllenton #BookReview #BookBlogger #paranormal

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MY REVIEW

So. Much. Fun. I loved every freaking word of this book. The story was delish where a kickass heroine, Ryley, could see ghosts and helped them crossover. Some just didn’t want to.

My first book by author Kate Allenton, the blurb caught my eye, and the first chapter caused my attention to zing with excitement. I loved when book bewitched me to keep reading from beginning to end.

The book had a ghost or two every few pages with Ryley trying to solve a few mysteries and help some. The author was clever enough to keep the prose to the just right boundary without making it too overwhelming.

Ryley’s best friend was a stripper ghost and she had a smart mouth on her. Oooh I loved her. Not that I want a ghost haunting me. I get scared of them in real life, but in books, they make me jump with joy. Go figure. I am paper bold.

The writing was sooo good that I didn’t even mind the hint of a triangle, as the main character was one smart cookie with a kind heart and sassy mouth. How I longed to be her…

I loved the book as the author hit all the right notes with me. I had fun, excitement to keep reading coursed through me. All in all, one of the best afternoon reads.

MY RATING

Rating: 5 out of 5.

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BOOK BLURB

Even the dead can hold a grudge.

Seeing ghosts is hard. Forcing them into the light is harder.

Psychic Ryley St. James is hiding from a past that wants her dead. She desires a normal life without the need to hide in the shadows, or look over her shoulder every day. The problem is, there’s a long line of crazy in her family she can’t ignore.

Ryley doesn’t have many friends, not living ones anyway. Vulnerability almost killed her once and she won’t let it happen again. So, when one of the few who are close to her is stalked by a vengeful ghost, Ryley’s determined to find the answers about the spirit’s mysterious death. But the ghost turns her haunted eyes on Ryley and suddenly the living aren’t the only ones who want her dead.

With the ghost trying to kill her and her identity outed, the life that needs saving is her own.

BOOK DETAILS

Publication Date: October 2020

I received an ARC from NetGalley and the publisher, and this is my journey down its pages, straight from the heart. STRICTLY HONEST and UNBIASED.

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