My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I’ve never read Sam Burns before but this is her first venture into paranormal apparently anyway and all I can say is that she’s done a damn fine job with it.
It’s difficult to review this book without giving away too much but let’s just say whimsical and quirky could have been made to describe it.
There’s a gorgeous sense of the ethereal and an otherworldly air about everything which happens when Devon returns to his child good home after his gran calls to say she needs him.
From giant wolves, a mysterious tapestry, strange dreams and odd occurrences, it becomes clear there’s something just not quite normal about Rowan Harbour.
The sneak peek of book two just made me want to know more!
#ARC kindly received from the author in return for an honest and unbiased review.