Giveaway & Book Review: Behind The Veil by E. J. Dawson
You guys all know that this is not the type of book I normally read, but I’m so glad I did! This is fantastic and fast-paced, and nicely written, and I actually want a prequel and a sequel!
Letitia Hawking reads the veil between life and death. She brings closure to grief-stricken war widows and mourning families. She can’t be surprised by the death or she gets pulled into it herself, so she has to be careful about things. Of course, she’s in LA, so why would people try to respect that?
When a little girl is being haunted by something that doesn’t let her sleep at night, Leticia tries to avoid the case, recognizing what it could mean for her! She ends up getting involved, not because she’s low-key falling for the girl’s uncle, but after she realizes she can’t leave the girl like that.
Thank you RockStar Book Tours for a chance to read and review this! This is honestly one of my top book tour reads for the year!
1 winner will win a finished copy of BEHIND THE VEIL & Swag!
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Where can you read this?
The book is currently available on Amazon for $3.99 as an ebook! For those of us on Kindle Unlimited, the book is free!
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Can she keep the secrets of her past to rescue a girl tormented by a ghost?
In 1920s Los Angeles, Letitia Hawking reads the veil between life and death. A scrying bowl allows her to experience the final moments of the deceased. She brings closure to grief-stricken war widows and mourning families.
For Letitia, it is a penance. She knows no such peace.
For Alasdair Driscoll, it may be the only way to save his niece, Finola, from her growing night terrors. But when Letitia sees a shadowy figure attached to the household, it rouses old fears of her unspeakable past in England.
When a man comes to her about his missing daughter, the third girl to go missing in as many months, Letitia can’t help him when she can’t see who’s taken them.
As a darkness haunts Letitia’s vision, she may not be given a choice in helping the determined Mr Driscoll, or stop herself falling in love with him. But to do so risks a part of herself she locked away, and to release it may cost Letitia her sanity and her heart.