Mae Clair can spin a tale and I am happy to read another story, End of Day, in the Hode’s Hill series. Look at that beautifully creepy and ominous cover. Don’t ya just love it?
Cover by: Kensington Publishing
End of Day by Mae Clair is up for preorder and will be published on 1.15.19.
End of Day by Mae Clair is Book Ii of the Hode’s Hill series. It is told from two points of view, jumping from the past to the present, keeping the mystery from both perspectives alive throughout the story.
Gabriel Vane, an emerald, and…death.
Gabriel’s death…it is so terrifyingly horrific that it gave me the shivers and had the hair on my arms and the back of my neck standing up. Mae Clair does a wonderful job of showing, not telling, as the words bring the scene to life and I couldn’t help but picture it in my mind’s eye.
Jillian Cley is an empath and that explains why she is a loner. She works for herself, designing websites. She has Maya, her one and only friend, and Blizzard, her therapy dog. I love having critters added to stories, especially dogs. It adds a ittle something extra that I like to see authors do.
Her family is responsible for the upkeep of the grave of Gabriel Vane at Hickory Chapel Cemetery. The grave has been disturbed, but they cannot allow him to die…again, the Third Death.
Elliot, her neighbor and newfound friend is going to become super important to her and she to him.
Sherree had never gotten over Boyd, her boyfriend who was murdered and she never quit looking for the secrets locked in Madison’s head. Since Gabriel Vane’s bones had been disinterred, people are dropping like flies. No two deaths are the same, no pattern. she finds a friend in Dante. She doesn’t need to convince him of anything, he already knows.
Monsters are real in Mae Clair’s world. We will definitely see them raise their ugly heads.
For whom does the bell toll? If you hear it, it tolls for you…or someone close to you.
There is a subtle hint of malice throughout the entire book. I have a feeling of doom. When will it happen? How will it happen? Who will survive the meeting?
There is an introduction to Book III, but I am not going there. It will make me agonize over the wait.
I voluntarily reviewed a free copy of End of Day by Mae Clair.
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