Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Review: Haunting You by Viola Estrella

Haunting You (Bewitching Women #2)

by Viola Estrella

Review by Phoenix Andrews, 5 out of 5

Haunting You was a pleasant surprise. It was more of a sweet romance as opposed to steamy though there was plenty of sexual tension. Rachel, the heroine, is beautiful and comes from a wealthy family but she isn't perfect. She can see ghosts and the spirits who seek her out aren't content to wait patiently for her attention. 

August, the hero, is a handsome doctor who has recently inherited a house...and two teenage nephews. He has no idea how to manage two kids, a household, and a private practice in a small town. The house is dirty, the kids are surly, and he hasn't been laid in so long he might be losing his charm. 

I wanted to hate Rachel because she was so damn pretty and privileged.  Her overbearing mother, cold father, selfish sister and the sterile mansion she grew up in softened me towards her.  When she took on the task of cleaning August's house and didn't run screaming from the mess of two teenage boys and one man-child I decided I could like her.

The characters were well developed and I enjoyed the writing style. Haunting You had plenty of suspense and the chemistry between the characters kept me intrigued. I'm looking forward to the next book in the Bewitching Women series. 

Reviewed by Phoenix Andrews

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