What you can’t see,
Or what you can’t remember?
Since her divorce, Kendall Madison has been in over her head. Between trying to make ends meet, raising three kids, and hunting ghosts, Kendall just can’t seem to find balance in her life. When she finally lands a job right up her alley, she hopes it’s a sign for better things to come. She couldn’t be more wrong…
Hiring Kendall to locate and eliminate ghosts is Malcolm Fallons’ best way to get close to her. After years of yearning for her, he’s ready to finally have the woman who’s always been his. Unfortunately, Kendall’s feelings for her ex-husband, Levi Yates, are complicated and not exactly platonic.
When the demons of her past and present begin to threaten her family, Malcolm and Levi vow to protect her. As secrets from her childhood come to light, Kendall is torn between both men. Only one can have her heart. Will she always be haunted by her past, or can she exorcise the shadows before they destroy her future?
Kendall, has more than one problem being a single Mom, first she’s still in love with her ex-husband. Second instead of clearing ghosts, she is saging houses whether they need it or not just for the money it brings in. That is all about to change as she embraces who she is and her father sets her up with a broker.
Levi doesn’t believe in ghosts, he thinks his wife is a bit crazy even though she’s a good mother. He’s about to learn some things the hard way.
Malcolm is a broker, he is the key to Kendall making enough money she doesn’t have to worry about bills and other incidentals. He also has secrets, secrets that he can’t share with her, at least not yet.
This is a favorite scene right after Kendall’s first job. A job that should have been simple.
Spots danced before my eyes as I panted next to my car. I was exhausted, beyond done, and happier than I’d been in years. The euphoria wouldn’t last forever; it was a natural reaction to clearing the wrongness from the planet. The harder the job, the longer the high. It would be days before I came down, and I couldn’t say I minded much. With my shaking hand, I texted Malcolm. Done.
I raised myself up and opened the door to my car. Should I drive? There were laws about drinking and driving. What was the rule for operating a motor vehicle when buzzing from too much paranormal exertion?
Took you a while. Did you run into any trouble?
I rolled my eyes at his response. You see how fast you can manage a Cascade.
I giggled. The big point was that I had managed it. A whole Cascade by myself in my first job back. I couldn’t believe it.
Wait. What? Are you okay? The phone rang, and I answered. “Are you serious? A Cascade?”
Malcolm apparently knew what that term meant. I shouldn’t be surprised. My father was famous in our world. If he coined a term, it would have taken off. “I’m serious.” I laughed again. Euphoria proved hard to resist even if I had wanted to. “I lost count of how many. But they’re all gone now. Whoever owns this house can come home to a clean living space.”
“You are high as a kite.” He groaned loudly. “Don’t drive. I’ll be there very soon. I’m five minutes out. When you texted, I was on my way to see you because it was taking so long.
Royce, Rebecca. Haunted Redemption (The Cascade Book 1) (pp. 57-58). Kindle Edition.
Of course there is always someone who makes you question your decisions. For this one there is Chase who keeps warning her about Malcolm.Then there’s her attraction to Malcolm, finding out her best friend has kept things from her and the continued attentions of her ex. Then circumstances combine to trigger memories. Memories she’s not sure she wants, but knows she must face.
A hold your breath, somewhat sexy and definitely intriguing book. A major twist I didn’t see coming and plenty of surprises for everyone.
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As a teenager, I would hide in my room to read my favorite romance novels when I was supposed to be doing my homework. I hope, these days, that my parents think it was worth it.
I am the mother of three adorable boys and I am fortunate to be married to my best friend. I live in Austin Texas where I am determined to eat all the barbecue in town.
I am in love with science fiction, fantasy, and the paranormal and try to use all of these elements in my writing. I’ve been told I’m a little bloodthirsty so I hope that when you read my work you’ll enjoy the action packed ride that always ends in romance. I love to write series because I love to see characters develop over time and it always makes me happy to see my favorite characters make guest appearances in other books.
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