Wednesday, November 5, 2014

The After House by Michael Phillip Cash




The After House

Michael Phillip Cash


Rating and Recommendation

Rating: 4 1/2 teacups

Recommendations: Yes, and I would include                                                 paranormal lovers.

Book Club Worthy: Yes, perfect for Romance, 
                                        Mystery, Thriller, or 
                                        Paranormal clubs.



Review




Will the 300 year old house be Remy’s downfall or does she have another enemy she must overcome?


The back cover leads you to believe that something paranormal is going on with that 300 year old house. Thus, I think that it belongs in the paranormal category also as there is quite a bit included in the plot. I really enjoyed the book after the set up for the plot. Once that was over, the plot was great with its twists and turns that you do not see coming, believe me. I got sucked in about ¼ of the way into the book and could not stop reading. 

The reason that I gave this book a four is because the romance portion of the book while quite charming also felt a little too contrived for my taste and our hero almost ran the town single handed, well not quite, but it almost feels like that when you are reading the novel. I do recommend it as it was a really did enjoy reading it, with the caveat that the romance seemed a little too unbelievable with the perfect new man for her love interest and that you need to get past the set up for the plot. After those considerations, which are really minor, the book is really a good read. 



Disclosures

*I would like to thank Red Feather Publishing via NetGALLEY for giving me an unreleased copy for an honest and fair review.

If you buy this book through the above link money is generated, however, donated to the non-profit American Association of University Women (AAUW). 

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AAUW works empowering women, since 1881, standing up for causes in the areas of educational, social, economic and political issues especially important to women. Marie Currie was one of the first beneficiaries of the group that would become AAUW receiving monetary help to attend college. I am a proud member and believe that the profit from books seems a fitting donation.