The FBI safe house is haunted?
They didn't know it was the last day of normal. Liam - husband, father - the rock who anchored them in a comfortable life in sunny Miami had been gunned down by a hit man. The wounds of losing him are raw when Lydia and her two children are snatched for their own protection. The FBI scoop the family into the Witness Protection Program. Their safety from the drug cartel is assured.
Or is it?
The FBI makes a serious mistake in the relocation plan. The secluded farmhouse in a northern state is anything but a sanctuary. No one questioned why they could buy the house so cheap. No one listened to the local yokel tale of what happened there.
A tale of a dark and tragic history. Ghosts of the past have abided there for years, forcing other families to flee for their lives. At first the entities toy with Lydia and her children, flickering the lights, banging doors, and revealing fleeting glimpses.
When a raging blizzard traps the family there, the haunting escalates. What had been frightening escapades become dangerous threats. Deadly threats. Years before there had been a massacre in this house. It's time for another.
Will they survive the night?
What members say
- Loyia T. Lopez
Needed More Terrifying Factors, With Longer Story.
I didn't dislike this story, it was appealing. In fact I really like the children's characters. For their ages they were level headed and smart. But, for me, I needed it to be a longer story, and more terrifying factors in it. I also wished that after all was said and done, a friendship had grown. Now, for the narrator Kristin James, she is a beast. She brought each characters to life, especially the voices of the children. I am so impressed with her narration and voice acting. (OUTSTANDING) What a talent she has been blessed with. Even though I wanted more of this story and horror, I do recommend this book.🙂