Thursday, November 17, 2011

Review Merryweather Lodge - Malevolent Spirit (Book 2) by Pauline Holyoak

Title: Merryweather Lodge - Malevolent Spirit (Book 2)
Author: by Pauline Holyoak
Source: Author request
Genre: Horror, paranormal romance
Length: Novel

It’s Christmastime at Merryweather Lodge. Emily has returned to the cottage from her home in Canada; after the untimely death of someone she loved. Will she be able to celebrate a traditional English Christmas in her aunts enchanting little cottage or will she be tormented by the hideous creature, again? Was Emily’s attempt to banish her unearthly adversary successful? Will her aunt disclose the secrets she has been concealing for so many years? What will happen when Emily’s best friend comes to visit her? What secrets will she reveal? Will Emily ever get to make love to the man of her dreams? A chilling tale of love, passion, sorcery and sacrifice; laced with mystery and tied with humor. Inspired by the authors own experiences in a remote little cottage near Stonehenge

Pauline Holyoak delivers another bone chilling story. This is the second book in the Malevolent Sprit trilogy and it takes you deeper into the myth around Merhia and the lodge then the first book. You get a better look into how Merthia the creature came about. Pauline still keeps the same pace where you understand all the elements going on and the way she explains it you feel like your right there and that’s where the creepiness really gets you.

Emily gets even more grief this time around from the spirit of  Merhia. She and Jonathan’s love life gets very spicy as their love continues to grow spite the fact Merhia is trying to sabotage their every step together. Emily also find out her best friend kinda of has a thing for her. Yep, this one get's very interesting.

My downside this time was I wished Emily would have believed in her powers and used them more in getting rid of Merthia.

If you want a good storytelling paranormal romance with a touch of horror that will leave you a bit creep out as your reading, then you have to try both books. This can be a standalone but I would highly recommend you to read the first in the series.


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