Title - The House on Blackstone Moor
Author - Carole Gill
Dark . . . . very dark . . . .
This novel starts out with Rose. Rose was abused for years by her father and while away carrying for a sick aunt her father murders her mother, two sisters and a brother. The family doctor took her to a hospital and it was there she was taken under the wing of Dr. Bannion. He placed her at Marsh asylum. Here she tried to heal and even had a job of sewing, one day she was offered a job as a governess at Blackstone. Excited and hopeful of a new life Rose has no idea what lies behind the doors of Blackstone. Vampires and demons OH MY ! ! ! While reading this I pictured it to be a black and white and only when they talked about the garden at Blackstone did I even see color. The author's descriptive writing was excellent. You felt like you were there, seeing and hearing all that is going on, which will leave you a little shaken! It was a book that I would not start late at night, due to you not wanting to put it down! There is a mystery and even a love story around every corner! ! !
stars - 4