Ghouls Rush In : Peyton Clark

  • by H. P. Mallory
  • Narrated by Kate Rudd
  • Series: Peyton Clark
  • 9 hrs and 14 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Do you believe in love after life?
Looking for a fresh start, Peyton Clark becomes the proud owner of a piece of New Orleans history: an Antebellum-era two-story house in the Garden District. It’s going to take time and a fat wallet to restore the fixer-upper to its former glory, but after her recent divorce, Peyton could use the distraction.
It’s not long before Peyton discovers she’s moved into the haunted home of a flirtatious paranormal prankster. She’s receiving kisses from unseen lips and caresses from a ghostly hand, and soon she begins to have vivid dreams, bringing her face-to-face with the incomparably handsome ghost of Drake Montague.
When Peyton grows closer to her general contractor, Ryan Kelly - who is as charming as he is alive - the chill in the air could only suggest Drake’s jealousy from beyond the grave. But even though she’s definitely attracted to and interested in Ryan, Peyton also can’t get Drake out of her dreams, or her heart, as she begins to uncover the frightening truth behind his death a century ago…


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Great Plot, Mystery and Characters!

Ghouls Rush In was a good mix of mystery, romance, and a haunting combined to create a story that was refreshing, funny, flirty, and mysterious. The century old mystery was very interesting, slightly scary at times, along with a brush from the other side.

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Recently divorced Peyton, moves into an old house she inherited; however, it needs a lot of renovations, and appears to be haunted. When she first moves in, she meets Ryan, a neighbor who lives close by. There's an immediate attraction between them, and lots of innocence flirting. She convinces him to be her contractor, and oversee the renovations that need to be done. The other man in her life, Drake, comes to her in her dreams, and has been watching her closely since she's moved in. Until she stumbled across some old newspaper clippings about a murder over a century ago, he was unable to communicate with her; however, now that her mind is open to him, he visits in her dreams. He's sexy with a French accent. While the house is being renovated, her attractions and relationships grow, along with the mystery that needs to be solved.

Kate Rudd has narrated lots of stories along with some best sellers. Her performance really animated this story, I loved how she preformed Drake's character and his accent.

While considering this audiobook, I noticed mixed reviews which gave me pause; however, I am glad I decided to listen to the story and was not disappointed. The century old mystery, along with the blooming relationships, and the supernatural element definitely held my attention.

I took advantage of Kindle Unlimited and borrowed the audiobook for free; however, this story would be a great whispersync deal, or buy at the sale price.
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- Cheri

Excellent Listen...

Would you consider the audio edition of Ghouls Rush In to be better than the print version?

I have not read the print edition .. so I have nothing to compare it to.

What did you like best about this story?

I enjoyed Peyton and Ryan's courtship.. so to speak. It was nice to see them become friends and things slowly go from there. But, the whole story was good. I enjoyed hearing about her new home and the plot was excellent. The Axeman. Everything seemed very believable. I also enjoyed the two that came to exorcise the house. The freezing air, the house shaking and moaning. I wonder what will happen when Ryan finds out she is possessed? Guess we will find out in the next book?

What about Kate Rudd’s performance did you like?

I thought she did an excellent job with Peyton's voice but I wasn't thrilled with The way Ryan sounded. He was described as extremely handsome and very manly that the voice just did not do him justice.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

I laughed in some spots but really it was neither funny or sad.

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- Pamela

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-20-2014
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio