Thursday, 4 August 2011

Discovery at Rosehill by Kathryn Brown

Imagine moving into a house that is haunted. This is what happens to Medium Camilla Armstrong when she is led to the Rosehill country estate after communicating with her deceased Grandmother. The house is an old Georgian manor that is in need of some care and attention and the life putting back into it.

When Camilla first visits the house, she senses tranquillity and a gentle atmosphere and she feels an aura of warm colours around its walls. For her it is the missing piece of the jigsaw, the piece she has searched for all her life it is her dream come true what she feels she as been looking for so she decides to move in “your world you have to discover” her Grandmother tells her. It is not long after moving in that she experiences some paranormal activity and she tries to contact the spirits. She goes on to discover that the house contains a dark secret that will change her life forever.

It is not long before she meets the local Vicar the Reverend Marcus Calloway and their friendship soon develops into a romantic relationship but can a relationship between a medium and a vicar ever work? Especially after Camilla has more spirit contact and she finds out that Marcus has his own guilty secret.

This is a really well written paranormal romance it is not a scary read, just a really nice gentle and realistic story about the paranormal. I really enjoyed reading this book. I could not wait to see what happened when Camilla moved into the house and communicated with the spirit people. Also to find out the mystery of the house and I was not disappointed. The story keeps you interested so much that you do not want to put the book down. There is some great dialogue too between Camilla and the spirit people not at all cryptic!  If you are into the paranormal, you will like this.

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  1. Great feature, and wonderful to see so much support for your blog tour! Thanks to Nikki for bringing us your post today, and best wishes for the blog tour and relaunch of Discover at Rosehill. XX

  2. Thank you, Nicky, and thank you Nikki (okay, that sounds a bit cheesy, lol) for hosting me on your blog and doing this fabulous review. You've been a very loyal friend to me these past few months.

  3. You are so welcome, it is a great read :)