Book Review: Ghosts of the Fall by Sarah Gilman


Determined to prove she’s fit for the family business, exorcist Jade Clarence knows the assignment waiting in Maine is her last chance. Born into a family of exorcists, Jade’s unorthodox ideas have gotten her into trouble in the past…and cost the life of a client.

After haunting a Maine state park for more than a century, Dutch Hutchinson will do whatever it takes to bring an end to his unfulfilling existence. When an act of arson brings a beautiful exorcist to town, Dutch takes corporeal form in order to spend his last hours in her company.

Jade quickly uncovers Dutch’s true identity and finds herself falling for the man behind the spirit. But when Jade’s legacy threatens their future, they will have to overcome the greatest of odds—life and death.

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About the Author: Sarah Pic

Sarah Gilman started her first novel in third grade. She never finished that story, but never gave up the dream. Her fascination with wings also began at that age, when images of the ancient Egyptian goddess Isis captured her imagination and never let go. Now a paranormal romance writer, she employs her love of writing to bring the allure of winged creatures to the pages of her novels. Sarah lives in Vermont with her supportive husband and two spoiled cats.

Sarah writes for Entangled Publishing.





 My Review:

This was another great read from Sarah. Short and sweet (I actually read it all in one sitting) and different type of ghost story.

Ghost stories are actually one of my favourites. I remember when I was a little girl and my mum telling me all about my family history and the supernatural scrapes they got into with phantoms and even a demon bull in a Yorkshire field! So ghost stories are my ‘go to’ when writing and reading. That in mind, the bar is set pretty high for them and, Ghosts of Fall didn’t disappoint.

From a writer’s perspective the plot was interesting and the whole thing was very well written, however I did get a bit confused with the ending. I felt it was a little rushed and I didn’t quite get what had happened – perhaps more due to my short attention span that the book itself.

The front cover is lovely and actually relates to the book, which is a bonus as there are many titles out there that seem intent on having a pretty front cover regardless to its relation to the contents.

Overall I’d give Ghosts of Fall 4 out of 5 stars, a perfect ghostly romance with a bit of spice.

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