- The Wild Rose Press
- Release Date
- December 2016
After a near fatal accident, Reegan McGrath is warned never to come back to Willows Bluff. For years she stayed away despite the haunting nightmares. Now, with her grandmother dying, Reegan returns to find an evolving second sight, a man she is fated to fall in love with, and an overwhelming reaction to an old foe.
Well aware that the people in Willows bluff still believe she murdered her father, Bernadette Howard is reluctant to open up to anyone, least of all Reegan McGrath. But fate has other ideas when the two women uncover their connection to a decades-old curse.
To unravel the mystery that's destined to destroy them, Reegan and Bernie need to put aside their mutual distrust. They must "see what was unseen, learn what was unknown, right what was wronged, or suffer the same."
Dec 22, 2017 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
35 people found the following review helpful
Have you ever read a story that put your mind into a tailspin and you found you couldn't stop thinking about it? For me, that's BETWEEN DEATH AND DESTINY.
Reegan and Bernadette are as different as can be and there's definitely no love lost between them. However, in order to survive, they must work together to "see what was unseen, learn what was unknown, right what was wronged, or suffer the same." And that won't be easy. This puzzle is as perplexing as it is all-consuming. With each new thread, another layer is revealed, leading them (and us) down the proverbial rabbit hole to a conclusion that I didn't see coming. Here is where I will add, it's difficult to talk about this story without giving away spoilers.
This story will knock you off your feet as friends become foes, enemies are not what they seem, and allies pop up in unlikely places. As the women dive in feet first, the mystery begins to unravel and the past and the present begin to meld together as patterns emerge and the truth unfolds.
BETWEEN DEATH AND DESTINY by W.L. Brooks is an incredible read and I can't recommend it enough. I am absolutely wowed and overwhelmed at how well Ms. Brooks managed to feed us all the characters in such a way (avoiding spoilers), both past and present, as to keep us on the edge of our seats and in no doubt as to who anyone is and the roles they played. This was amazing.
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