Three Heart Echo by Keary Taylor

Three Heart EchoThree Heart Echo by Keary Taylor
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

When Iona shows up on Sully’s doorstep he is immediately on guard as he’s no stranger to the reporters that are like vultures circling him looking for their big story. Iona is there however because she’s heard that Sully can contact the dead and she’s desperate to speak to her fiancee again after his life was shortened by a murderer without any logical reason behind the attack. Iona believes she won’t be able to move on from the loss and is desperate for Sully’s help.

Sully is a bit hesitant to open the gate between dimensions yet again. He’s gotten used to his own fate which has his death looming ever closer and being in contact with those he has lost is a daily occurrence for Sully but there’s just something about Iona that isn’t right. After Sully breaks down and contacts Jack for Iona however he begins to see that Jack has some sort of hold over her even after death and Sully makes it his mission to help her break free.

Three Heart Echo by Keary Taylor is one of those books that I saw the cover on this one and just kept coming back to it wanting to see what the story held inside. Thankfully this turned out to be another that my cover obsession turned into picking out a really engaging and compelling read that I ended up devouring even though I wasn’t sure what I was getting myself into.

The story in here is sort of a paranormal suspense read mixed with a twinge of horror. Iona was the perfect grieving widow wanting to hang onto the love she knew and didn’t want to continue living without. But once that dark side of the afterlife is brought in the reader learns that there was so much more to Iona’s love of her life that just had me on the edge of my seat waiting to find the answers. In the end this one was definitely an eerie and creepy read from start to finish that I’d recommend checking out.

I received an advance copy from the publisher via NetGalley.

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