Thursday, October 27, 2011

Review of " Hauntings of the Heart" By Joselyn Vaughn

Wow.  Reading "Hauntings of the Heart" was delightful. A quick overview:  Minnie's dreams died when she left for the Peace Corps and left her heart behind,  Gordon never recovered from his families loss and the loss of his heart to Minnie so long ago.  Now, years later, they have a chance to make things right, as long as old heartache, misconceptions and hidden betrayals don't stand in their way. Throw in some "paranormal" activity and some ghost hunters, as well as some meddling old ladies and you have a fantastic mix.  One of the things I really enjoyed about this book was the writers ability to keep the storyline very clean, understandable and relateable.  I didn't get lost in "typos", rabbit trails in the plot, or ends that didn't get tied up in the end.  I also didn't feel the book had a really predictable flow which was really refreshing.  I enjoyed every aspect of the plot, and laughed out loud a few times...I love books that make me do that!  Minnie was fantastic, I want to be like her when I get older!  Joselyn Vaughn did a fantastic job breathing life into this story. Not only is she a gifted writer, but also, her storytelling skills are first rate.  I look forward to reading more from her!

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  2. Thanks so much! I'm so glad you enjoyed it.

  3. Yay. Minnie is nothing if not lovable. And shouldn't every woman want to be like her? Thanks, Joselyn, for such an enjoyable read.

  4. I want to be Minnie when I grow up! Enough said!
    W.S. Gager on Writing

  5. Thanks Rachel. Your latest is on my to buy list, when I get my next royalty check. :-)