Genre: YA Paranormal
Rating:★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
From: Received for free from the author. All opinions are my own.
Short Synopsis: Scarlett has come to her empty grandparent's house in a little coastal town in England to be alone to deal with her sister's death. Also, she wants to ask around to find out exactly what happened here when her sister was alive. Maybe someone knows something. In the process, she ends up connecting to these people and finding love.
My Response: I went in to this expecting nothing, but once I started, I was hooked and ending up loving this story. I loved the setting and the descriptions. I want to go here! There was lots of surfing going on and I just finished another surfing book (Love, Lucas, review to come soon!) so I'm wondering why all these surfing books suddenly! Maybe I need to go learn. Ha. Anyway, I totally enjoyed the writing and all the British-isms and fabulous characters. There was the hint of mystery surrounding the sister's death and the strange business with a guy named Jude, all quite ominous. Scarlett was very relate-able and the romance was delightful.
Bottom Line: I really enjoyed this one! A sad and lovely story. There are so many more questions though, which is why there's another several books to come! And guess what! At the time of this writing this book is free on Kindle. Get it. Now.
Let's Talk About: I just wanted to say, don't you love it when you don't really mean to read a book right at that moment, but you start it just to see what happens, and bam, before you know it, you've read the whole thing! Yeah, I love it when that happens. This is one of those sorts of books. What sort of book have you read that's like that?
I didn’t read this novel; I devoured it! From Chick Lit Plus
I thoroughly enjoyed it and every fibre of my being wants to read more! From Samantha Kilford
And to be honest, I think this book is the perfect example of how the first book in a series must be. It definitely made me want to keep reading and I honestly can’t wait to read more books in this series. From Maureen's Books