Title: Distilled Spirits (The Crossroads of Kings Mill #2)
Author: Loni Lynne
Published Date: December 15th 2014
Genre: Paranormal Romance
***THIS BOOK WAS PROVIDED TO NERD GIRL IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***
Kings Mill, Maryland’s 200 year old, Old Town Tavern and Inn is in danger of being destroyed to make room for urban renewal. Residential tavern ghost, Millie Taylor is not about to take the news lying down. If anyone destroys her only home and sense of security, it will be over her dead body!
Tavern owner, Dave Rogers hires former vice cop Sean Lightfoot’s construction company to renovate his family tavern in hopes of keeping it from destruction. When Sean digs up the tavern springhouse, he resurrects the ghost of Millie Taylor. Now he has his business to run, a tavern to renovate and a sassy, brash tavern wench who is eager to be an independent modern Millie.
Mystery, suspense and romance abound as Millie and Sean fight an attraction crossing the span of time. But is Millie really alive and what’s hiding in the springhouse that haunts her?
This time we follow Sean Lightfoot. A retired cop turned construction worker. He is our Heroine of the story. Life has been good for Sean, until he takes over the renovation of the Old Town Tavern in Kings Mill where his life seems to take a very dramatic turn.
Sean is hired by the new owner Dave to renovate the tavern. Dave inherited it from his ancestors and is trying to attempt to restore the old historical town to its glory. In hopes of bringing in tourists and more business. While in the process of doing this Sean has an accident and sees his first ghost. A beautiful woman named Millie who seems to be trying to comfort him in his distress. After some turn of events Sean finds himself in love, in need of help and so much more!
As always Loni Lynne doesn’t disappoint. Her unique writing style captivates you and draws you in. You find yourself intrigued and you feel as if you’re in the story yourself. Her descriptive writing paints you a very realistic picture. As you read you can see the book play out Ion your head as if watching a movie. This sequel was everything I’d hoped it be. Suspense, romance, thrilling and one heck of a page turner. I again applaud you!! I highly recommend reading this book!
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