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Haunts Haven #2020

Haunts Haven When Callie Wilford inherits a century old inn in southern Arizona locals tell her of a ghost who guards the inn But Callie doesn t believe in ghosts and she plans to turn the inn into a bed and bre

  • Title: Haunts Haven
  • Author: Joan Sowards
  • ISBN: 9781935217312
  • Page: 219
  • Format: Paperback
  • Haunts Haven By Joan Sowards, When Callie Wilford inherits a century old inn in southern Arizona, locals tell her of a ghost who guards the inn But Callie doesn t believe in ghosts, and she plans to turn the inn into a bed and breakfast Then things start to happen strange, spooky things and she begins to wonder if there is some truth to the ghost stories If that weren t bad enough, Callie discoveWhen Callie Wilford inherits a century old inn in southern Arizona, locals tell her of a ghost who guards the inn But Callie doesn t believe in ghosts, and she plans to turn the inn into a bed and breakfast Then things start to happen strange, spooky things and she begins to wonder if there is some truth to the ghost stories If that weren t bad enough, Callie discovers a mysterious grave in the cellar As she confronts the inn s tragic secrets, she also faces her lonely past and learns to embrace her heritage But it takes a handsome cowboy and a harming rancher to prove that Callie s long guarded heart can love again.

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    1 thought on “Haunts Haven

    1. Sometimes I wonder why my book group chooses books that are so dumb This one was just silly It is her first attempt at writing and I hope she improves Really, a girl who falls in love with a ghost

    2. Got this book for Christmas and read it in a day The ghost element was interesting and I loved the idea of a beautiful old hotel being brought back to life This charming book is a great lite escape fantasy, although it is skewed heavily toward an LDS audience.

    3. It was a fair read There were just too many emotions non emotions that didn t make sense to me, and back stories that could have made up their own stories whys

    4. This is a great paranormal reading If you like this kind of book you should give Joan s book a try You will not be disappointed Callie Wilford doesn t believe in ghosts, but as soon as the former school teacher arrives in the tiny town of Cassady Springs home of two feuding families and a cafe owner with a startling story residents start telling her tales of a ghost who guards her century old, deserted inn Unfortunately, it is soon apparent that there is truth than fiction to the stories While [...]

    5. What really grabbed me was the book s subtitle Haunts Haven An LDS Ghost Story How many LDS ghost stories are running around on the shelves of LDS bookstores Until now, I d have been forced to say None Now, happily, I can at least say, One And Joan pulls it off in a way entirely plausible to an LDS audience If you re looking for an LDS novel with an unusual twist, you will want to check out Haunts Haven.Read my full review at jdp news 2010 01

    6. Callie inherits an old hacienda style saloon in a small town in southern Arizona She decides to turn it into a bed and breakfast Her problems include scorpions, dust, repairs, etc but the biggest problem is that it is haunted Almost everyone in town has their own story of seeing the ghost but Callie can t figure out why she hasn t seen it even though there are things that make her aware that one exists.

    7. O.k DO NOT read this book really late at night and think you are going to put it down and also that you won t get goosebumps Just be warned I thought Joan Sowards did a great job on her book and she surprised me with her ending and resolution to a certain mystery that I won t spoil for anyone Great book to pick up when you have time to finish it all the way through.

    8. I am not usually a huge fan of LDS fiction, so when I find one I like, I am always pleasantly surprised I thought this was an enjoyable ghost story romance that didn t hit me over the head with the religious parts It was a great way to escape and be entertained for a few hours.

    9. I really liked this first novel from Joan Sowards It was so worth my time spent reading it, even though I read it very fast Fantastic twist in the middle I will blog a lot about this book this week Let s just say, this is a book I will read again Nice job Joan

    10. My friend Joan Sowards wrote this book and it s really good It s an LDS ghost story with an adult as the main character who knew adults could have adventures too I love that the main character meets and falls for the ghost and doesn t realize it.

    11. I wasn t sure how I would enjoy an LDS ghost story, but it was enjoyable Nothing super thrilling but an enjoyable, quick read.

    12. Cute story but super predictable I enjoyed reading it and finding out the ghost story I d like to read by this author.

    13. I decided to read this book after meeting the author at a writing conference and I definitely was not disappointed It was enjoyable and had a happy ending, which I am always looking for.

    14. An LDS ghost story Delightful story that interested me from the beginning Fun characters and a mystery with twists Quick clean read with fun and romance sprinkled throughout Loved the ending

    15. I read the first chapter of this delightful story and I didn t want to stop It s a good book for just escaping the daily grind and is a clean romance to boot A very good book to read

    16. I started this book on Saturday and I finished it Late Saturday Night Early Sunday Morning I REALLY enjoyed this book Hopefully she writes another one like this

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