Callie has the gift of communicating with ghosts though it’s not something she advertises. But when Alice Turner calls her out to their farm, she agrees. The things that are moving on their own are not the only suspicious things, but Alice isn’t ready to tell her grandson Luke about them just yet, he’s too much of a skeptic, and he’s not going to be happy that Callie is poking around the farm. But when things start to get worse, they realize that it’s not just Alice’s deceased husband who is responsible, so they must tell Luke the truth, and figure out what is going on before someone gets seriously hurt.
This story had a mix of a lot of elements, the haunting, the budding romance between Luke and Callie, and the mystery element of what is at play here. This was a relatively short, easy read that’s well-written with an engaging storyline. I liked the mystery element of not knowing who is messing with their lives, and I like the fact that the haunting didn’t stick to just the farm. I liked Callie’s honesty, the fact that she wasn’t in this for the money, and that she was outspoken when it came to dealing with Luke. Overall, a fun and enjoyable read.
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Thanks so much for reading and reviewing The Haunting of Hillwood Farm!
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