Monday, September 17, 2012

Review - The Tudor Revival

Is it true love... or is this dark need part of the Tudor's Revival?
A man stuck between worlds.
Ghost hunter and dare-devil, Seth, is flung into the afterlife. His one draw to reality? Alana. He died. She lived. But he can't let go. There is something more than friendship between them and he won't say goodbye.
A woman drawn to the past.
The last thing Alana expects to encounter when she inherits her grandmom's Tudor Revival is the spirit of her deceased best friend and crush, Seth. But everything is not what it appears to be. He is determined to live again. When his investigative team, The Worldwide Paranormal Society shows up at her door, Alana soon learns that she's in for a wild ride.
Calum's curse visits one more house. Things get hotter and more paranormal than ever before. Love, as always, struggles to overcome the odds. Time is limited though and the creature set to destroy Seth and Alana is the most cunning of all.
Will Alana and Seth face humankind's worst fear and survive? Find out in The Tudor Revival.
 
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My review:
 
By the point I thought I knew what to expect from this series.  But I am happy to say I was wrong and the author still had some surprises up her sleeve for the final story in this trilogy where we get to see the creature that is set up to come against Seth. 

In this final story about Calum's Curse our main characters are Seth and Alana.  Alana owns the house that the third creature is trapped in.   The story starts out with a twist as Seth is dead and a ghost haunting Alana.  But by this point we know how this goes and have to wonder is he really dead or what is going on.  Alana finally gets the message and calls in Seth's cousins to help her figure out what is going on.

We have trips back in time, cryptic messages from Calum and Adlin and a building romance.  All while trying to figure out how to end the curse that has become such a focus in the lives of the characters we have come to know thoughout the series.

As with the previous two books, this story does stand alone if you have not read them yet.  The story is unique to the creature trapped in the house and its only if you want to know more about what happened before that you need to read the other two books.  Although I highly recommend them all.

I was glad to see how the curse over these three ended up.  But Im hoping we get to see more of them and the Worldwide Paranormal Society in the future.  I am also looking forward to more books by this author.

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