Eloise Astrid Hakan thought the women in her family were
under a curse. They all died at the age of thirty-three,
when their only child, always a daughter was five. Since
she felt she was under a curse, she got involved with no
man, that is, until she met him.
Dustin Seidman was tall, dark, handsome, and mysterious.
He made Eloise feel things she had never thought she would
feel. They met at the Stone House on Halloween Night,
under the light of the full moon. Would Eloise take a
chance on love, and figure out how to end her family curse,
as well as figuring out the mystery surrounding Dustin, or
would she end as her mother, and all those before her?
The Stone House is brilliantly written. I was pulled into
the book from the first page, and didn't look away until I
had read it through. Ms. Brown has a gift with imagery and
the flow of the story is wonderful. I have always dreamt
of a love that would sweep me away with a look, a sigh, and
gentle touch and this author gave me that feeling briefly.
This book is truly a magical experience.
Reviewed by Dawn Epton
Posted May 30, 2008
Eloise knew there was something strange in the history of her family. But, how strange? All the women, as far back as she could trace, died before their own daughters turned five. Was it a curse? Was it coincidence? Could the lovely new stranger, from up the hill, really help her find the answers?
Flame Rating: 4 Flames
Genre: Paranormal, Werewolf, Shapeshifter, Romance