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7.17.2015

The Haunting of Springett Hall ~ Review

The Haunting of Springett Hall
A Novel
By E.B. Wheeler

She doesn't remember her past, only the blackness.  He knows only as far back as two days ago.  Something or someone has drawn them to Springett Hall. If only they could remember...

The Haunting of Springett Hall is a story of second chances. A second chance at life.  A second chance at love.

Lucy Tregarrick's dissatisfaction with the life she had has lead her to the situation in which she now finds herself.  She has failed at something, if only she could remember what she was attempting before she lost her life.  Philip Ketley is the only resident of Springett Hall who can see Lucy.  Is he the key to helping Lucy overcome her failures?

And what is it about Springett Hall that is so disturbing to all who are in residence at this estate?  What evil lurks between the walls and how is this all connected to Lucy?

This is a story of love and loss.  A story of redemption.  A story that will leave you wondering what will happen next.  If you like spooky you need to pick-up The Haunting of Springett Hall and get lost between the pages.  Perfect reading right before bed, especially after taking a peek at the moon...

I was provided a copy of this book by the publisher in exchange for my honest review and tour participation.

About the book:
Eighteen-year-old Lucy doesn’t know how she became a ghost, but the more she remembers of her life in Victorian England, the more she wants to forget. Her only hope of changing the mistakes of her past is to enlist the help of a servant named Philip—the one living person who can see her. This impossible romance story is filled with delightful period detail and plenty of mystery.
About the author:
E.B. Wheeler grew up in Georgia and California, where she became fascinated by stories of the places around her. She studied English and history at Brigham Young University and earned an MA and MLA from Utah State University. After several years teaching and writing about history, she decided to pursue her other dream of writing fiction. “The Haunting of Springett Hall” is her first novel. She currently lives in northern Utah with her husband, daughters, various pets, and a garden full of antique roses.