Ivy Morgan is happy with who she is, and what she can do. She certainly doesn't need to second guess her life, or her witchy ways... that is, until Shadow Lake's newest police detective enters her life.
Jack Harker is haunted by a past he refuses to talk about, and he's not looking forward to a future with anyone - especially a sassy witch with boundary issues.
Jack and Ivy find their paths crossing on a regular basis when a dead body is discovered on the edge of Ivy's property. Jack doesn't want any romantic entanglements, but there's just something about Ivy that keeps drawing him in.
When the truth is finally revealed, Jack has to decide what he believes - and he has to do it before a murderer turns his attention to Ivy.
Can Ivy heal Jack's wounds? Will she even get a chance to try?
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A different narrator.
No. Perhaps if there was a different narrator, I might try it. The story was somewhat interesting but the writing didn't seem very professional. The detective work in the story was very flimsy.
The narration detracted very much from the story. She didn't pace the sentences cohesively. At times one sentence or thought was expressed as 2. There was distinction in the male and female voices except that all except for the hero they were like they were shouting and forced or squeaky and hard on my ears. The pacing of the expressions was not done well either.
The women chasing after her brother. It was not necessary to include dialog with them especially since that dialog was also grating.
I gave the story 2 stars because there was some entertainment to it. I rarely if ever give bad reviews. Usually I just ignore giving any feedback in those cases. However, I think this narrator has possibilities if she gets more training. I definitely felt she really liked this story.