There is no escaping. Despite a floundering marriage, Megan O’Casey and her husband Finn still make good music together. Which is why they head to Salem, Massachusetts, Megan’shometown - booked to perform a weeklong series of concerts culminating on Halloween. But as soon as they arrive, Finn seems different - sensual beyond belief one moment; cold and ruthless the next. The locals - even Megan’s relatives - regard him strangely, with a distrust bordering on hatred. The nightmare within. Something powerful is arising, a malevolence that may have already claimed Finn for its own. As the full moon approaches, Megan senses that she, too, is in mortal danger. But there are forces watching from beyond the pale of life and death. Whose side they’re on is the least of Megan’s worries. What they could reveal about her is what she’s running from…
absolutely loved this book. snuck away when I shouldn't have jusy so I could keep listening. Love this author!
The story dragged on and on and the characters were dense!!! As in not intelligent. It was incredibly difficult to finish the book and I would NOT recommend this book! I'm extremely sorry I paid for it!
didn't care for the narrator women can't always do the voices of men didn't like
What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?
A better story line.
Would you ever listen to anything by Heather Graham again?
I love Heather Grhaam's books and have read many of them. I just finished the 2nd book in the Cafferty & Quinn series and loved it. This one, however, was just boring.
Which character – as performed by Tanya Eby – was your favorite?
None. I couldn't connect to any of the characters. Found them all to be boring or annoying. If anything, the best part of this book is the fact the narrator was good.
What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?
Disappointment. Ms. Graham's books are usually well written.
Any additional comments?
Yeah, skip this one. Not worth the credit.
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