Spirited Quest by Julie Howard

Spirited Quest by Julie Howard
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press, Inc.
Genre: Contemporary, Mystery/Suspense
Length: Short Story (127 pages)
Rating: 4 Stars
Reviewed by Snowdrop

Paige Norman believes in a tangible, explainable world. When her ghost-hunting niece comes for a visit, she tries not to scoff. But someone, or something, is stirring up trouble at the Deerbourne Inn and her niece, Jillian, is at the center of the mystery.
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Paige is certain the handsome Aussie photographer is behind the unexplained disturbances, and she warns her niece to stay clear. Meanwhile, Jillian gets to know the otherworldly Lady of the Deerbourne, who foretells an encounter with “two men.” Then the pranks turn dangerous. Has her niece attracted a stalker or has she conjured an evil presence? Can the culprit be the man who has captured her heart?

Do you believe in spirits? How about ghosts? I’ve never thought too hard about it but one thing I know is they don’t leave things on your pillow or steal things from your room. Nonetheless, Jillian is sure that is the only type of visitor she has at the Deerbourne Inn.

This is a cute sort of cozy about a niece, Jillian, visiting her aunt in a small New England town. While that might sound “normal”, the fact that the Jillian has a blog dealing with spirits and ghosts and has thousands of followers world-wide makes this a little different than your everyday story. Jillian has come to visit her Aunt Paige but also to stay at the Deerbourne Inn to see if any spirits are trapped there. Jillian is also gorgeous, naïve, and friendly and sweet enough to make you gag. Oh whoops, the gagging thing wasn’t part of the story, that must have been my own jealousy creeping in. But actually, Aunt Paige begins to wonder if she herself isn’t just a little envious of the carefree nature and natural beauty of her niece.

This was a pleasant read. One of those “make you feel good” kind of books. It read quickly, the characters were interesting and defined to the point that they were visible in my mind. When you are a visual person, this becomes very important to the reader. You almost need to see the story. Not always done well by every author but well-accomplished here.

Julie Howard is an author to check out.

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