Review published on November 27, 2016.
This is the third book in a trilogy, and though that’s the case, it isn’t that hard to follow.
Werewolves, Witches, Mother Earth, and other creatures abide here. Now that Blue Moon is a pile of ashes, poor Fee, is left with nothing just anger, which can become lethal, to those closest to her, and now, there is something , in the trees, something , evil . something, , she needs to run from, it’s the only way to keep those she loves safe. I loved the way it is written, it is perfect for a windy, rainy winter evening, curled up, with just a lamp on, listening to the sound of the rain, as it hammers on the windows,
Angie Rhodes 4/4
Hunting Spectres by Lynda Panther
Fast Print 978-178456-281-6 pbk Oct 2016
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