Unsettling. There’s no better word to describe Miranda Barnes’s ability to hear the cries of the dead, feel the wind move her hair when they run by, and - dare she look into a mirror - see the reflection of a ghostly woman behind her. There’s only one person to turn to for support: Etienne. As sexy as he is mysterious, Miranda can’t help but be drawn to him. He believes her; he wants to help her. But there’s a secret in Etienne’s past, something Miranda’s on the verge of discovering. As paranormal activity escalates, passion grows, and soon Miranda is caught up in both love … and tragedy.
So, this is the second book to the “Walk” series in conjunction with “Walk of the spirits” it can work as a stand alone book, but I would suggest reading the first so you grasp more of what is going on, although Richie often touches upon key events that happened in the past novel.
So, back to the grind with these guys! Miranda hits the ground running in this book, there is no easing into this story, she’s just thrown right into it immediately. The motley crew is back, which always adds some fun, but this time there is some discord amongst all of them.
Miranda really hasn’t grown character wise, she is still greatly annoying and the way she acts with Gage and Etienne is greatly bothersome to me. She can’t seem to make her mind up and it just gets tiresome.
The story in general is fast, I just wish there was more depth to gage and Etienne because they are fairly deeper characters. also, more of parker and his abilities. all in all it was a fairly decent read, a lot darker and perhaps even creepier..definitely creeper