Tuesday, September 13, 2016

The Crimson Tree Book #Review

Synopsis: 
Disembodied voices.

Apparitions.

Waking nightmares.

Strange occurrences are happening with increased intensity and Carly cannot escape what is tormenting her. With little proof and little support, she is losing everything in her life: her fiancé, friendships, and her sanity.

Can Carly uncover what caused the supernatural derailing of her life? Can she ever get rid of her ghostly tormentor, or is she doomed to be haunted indefinitely? Determined to stop these frightening events, she has to do whatever she can to regain control of her life before things take a deadly turn. 
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My Review: 
I received a free copy of this novel in exchange for my honest review.

The Crimson Tree is a fantastic paranormal mystery to kick off the Halloween season.  Carly's life was going great, she was extremely happy and about to marry the man of her dreams.  That is until that fateful day under the crimson tree.  Will anyone believe the things she claims to see? Will she ever have a peaceful life again?


This was a great story!  I loved how Carly's best friend believed her right from the start.  This was a fast paced novel that had me on the edge of my seat.  The ending threw me for a loop and had me wanting more.  I am definitely a new fan of this amazing author and I'm sure you will be too!

About the Author:

Valerie Puri has always had a lifelong interest in all forms of artistic expression. She has tried her hand at many things, yet she always finds her way back to reading and writing. With inspiration everywhere, Valerie finally put pen to paper (or rather, fingers to keyboard) with the intent of publishing her stories.

Writing has always come naturally to Valerie, and for a time she even worked as a technical writer. This experience and her current day job of project manager helps Valerie continue to hone her writing skills. Her true passion lies in the freedom that comes with writing the stories that pour from her imagination and real life inspiration.

Valerie believes that the experiences we have in life are just stories waiting to be written.

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