Monday, July 29, 2013

Gull Harbor by Kathryn Knight

Reviewed by Charlotte Lynn


Claire Linden is a medium.   Her job brings her to the small town of Gull Harbor to rid a home of an aggressive ghost.     When she heads to the local diner she never dreams her ex would be there.

Max has put down roots in this town.    Claire has a lot of resentment and anger towards Max due to him promising to love her forever and then graduating college and leaving her with no explanation.     Of course their feelings are still there and need to be dealt with before either can be happy.

All three main characters Dan, Max, and Claire are amazing characters.   They all felt like friends.  People I would want as neighbors and friends.    Claire has to be my favorite.   Whole I do not envy her medium skills, I loved learning about her talent and watching her patience and understanding when dealing with a rather difficult ghost.

As in Kathryn Knight's first novel , Silver Lake, I could not stop reading.   This was a two day read for me only because I could not keep my eyes open any longer.

The fear I felt for Claire was real.   I was amazed at how she was able to stay calm and not run away scared.   Thank God Max and Dan  were there to ease her shaken nerves.   Although the other inhabitants of Gull Harbor left a lot to be desired , not even welcoming her to the town, I could understand why they stayed back.  A medium is a unknown to most.

Once again, I will happily recommend this book to everyone.     It has romance and paranormal my most favorite things to read of.

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The books we review on this site (A NOVEL REVIEW) are sent to us by publishers, authors or downloaded from Netgalley. This is a very common practice. We never take payments for these reviews and all the reviews on this site are our own thoughts and feelings and are not influenced.