Lost in the Light by Mary Castillo
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Review of Lost in the Light
What a truly delightful exploration into a very realistic and believable Supernatural! An injured police detective attempts to settle in at the historic home she’s purchased, a real beauty but also a major fixer-upper. Avoiding antidepressants and stifling her emotions just as her Grampy always showed her, Dori is astounded to discover what she at first considers to be an elusive intruder, only to discover it’s a walking, talking, electricity-defying-ghost. A good-looking (when she’s not seeing his battered near death body) Hispanic male in his 30’s, Vincente comes to her from 1932, when as a rumrunner he was betrayed and beaten, left for dead in this house. He has unfinished business he wants her to transact (don’t all ghosts?), but mostly Dori just wants to be left alone, by her unlikable Mother, Mom’s boyfriend the pharmacist, and by Gavin, the contractor, who was one of Dori’s high school conquests (and betrayals).
“Lost in the Light” is a real page-turner, romantic, suspenseful, tension-building-and of course, Supernatural. I highly recommend it.
I received a review e-book copy from the author via Goodreads Group Paranormal and Horror Lovers.
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