Last year I took in numerous books from new to me authors. None were disappointing, though some were better than others. Shepherd’s Warning by Cailyn Lloyd was a delightful surprise.
Cover by Rose Miller
A house in the woods. The man. The woman. A hidden entity.
Who doesn’t love a good haunted house story?
Lucas and his brother, Nate, had inherited the MacKenzie mansion in the small town of Lost Arrow. It had sat deserted for years and they were there to make it their home. HGTV would be along for the ride, documenting the transformation.
They had no knowledge of it’s reputation, the accidents, the things that go bump in the night.
Tom Wolfe had sworn to protect the house, while he waits for the owner, his love, Elizabeth, to return. He wonders why, now, they are people here. Is it at her whim? He likes that they are fixing it up, but once they are done, he wants them gone.
A premonition brought Kenric Shepherd to Wisconsin. His vision warns of danger, but he must wait for more to be revealed.
As soon as the chainsaw did it’s thing, I would have been long gone.
Laura had been treated for epilepsy and was bullied and teased growing up. She learned to enjoy her own company. I guess now she’ll learn it was so much more than epilepsy.
I voluntarily reviewed a free copy of Shepherd’s Warning by Cailyn Lloyd.