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When Amy Fortune returns to her childhood home, she discovers something sinister in the air but is former lover. Leone Garoul stalking her or protecting her. Read Goldenseal by Gill McKnight for free with a 30 day free trial. Read unlimited * books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. Download and Read Free Online Goldenseal (Garoul Book 1) Gill McKnight Goldenseal (Garoul Book 1) by Gill McKnight Free PDF d0wnl0ad, audio books.
It is the story of Hope Glassy who returns to her job at Ambereye, Inc. While she was away her boss took on a new PA to help him with a big contract. Since she can only work part time until she has fully recovered he makes her PA to his sister, Jolie. Directly from the synopsis: Jolie is a moody workaholic. She is awkward, contrary, and on occasion, just plain mean.
As was even mentioned at one point, Leone would walk across burning coals to win Amy back and deserve every moment of it Because of circumstances beyond her young control that guided her in one direction and Amy in another as teeneagers? As for the plot, the discovery of different things happened in jerking spurts; Amy would find a piece to the puzzle, get confused, set it aside, work on her sketching, argue with Leone, find another piece of the puzzle, get confused, set it aside, be confronted with odd violence or bloody evidence of a frightening beast nearby, settle for the half-ass explanation she's given, suspect something is up, shrug and set it aside, go back to painting I cannot possibly say how aggravating that was.
She sees trees ripped to shreds, and lets it go. Finds a mutilated deer corpse, lets it go. Suspects the Garouls are lying when they go hunting without guns and explain a dead deer off as being hit by one of their trucks when the only damage it has is its throat ripped out, and she lets it go.
Creepy librarian showing up at her hut, which is in the middle of nowhere?
Her aunt missing amidst all this and explanations given only evasive and half-ass? By three-fourths of the way through, I was ready to jump into the novel, pummel Amy and tell her to man up [woman up? This is the first book I've read by McKnight and I was very impressed. I read it in a day and a half and found myself lost in the world she created.
I could feel the weather and smell the forest and when a book does that, it's one I'll come back to again. I really enjoyed spending time with the characters and the plot was gripping and tense. This is one of the first romance thrillers I've read that actually scared me at points.
I wouldn't classify it as a horror over-all, but the elements of hor This is the first book I've read by McKnight and I was very impressed. I wouldn't classify it as a horror over-all, but the elements of horror fiction it contained were just as well done as the rest of the story.
Amy and Leone are good leads and I'd love another book starring them. They frustrated me at times but the better I got to know them the more their interactions made sense. Leone is kind of childish, or maybe childlike is the better description, when we first get to know her, but by the end I felt for her and understood how her life had left her that way and more importantly, saw how she was getting better and believed it.
I also totally bought their sexual chemistry. One of the sex scenes is extremely hot, maybe one of the hottest I've ever read. Also unconventional and I really appreciated that because sometimes sex scenes in this genre feel a little cookie-cutter. This one showed that there are other ways lesbians can have sex than just what Hollywood puts in movies. So, transporting writing, good handling of romance, horror, mystery and suspense, engaging leads with great chemistry, definitely pick it up.
Dec 03, Nikki rated it really liked it Shelves: I really enjoyed this book, even if I wanted to smack the living daylights out of the Leone character for not spilling any info when Amy starts finding some seriously unavoidable evidence regarding the mysteries of the valley.
Overall though, great humor, good snarky dialogue and I'll probably almost immediately start reading the rest of the series posthaste! Someone runs amok and they had to hunt down this evil. This evil who poses a threat for the whole family.
Amy wants nothing to do with Leone and she would do anything to avoid her. When Amy must return to Little Dip, she finds danger, intrigue, heartache and a very different life. Totally different as when she left so many years ago.
This is a gripping, suspenseful story with lots of love and packed full of actions. A story with unexpected twists and an uncomfortable surprise. The well developed characters draw you in and keep you riveted. Goldenseal I don't understand why I've waited so long reading this series? It is now one of my favorite and I recommend it highly to everyone.
Do not miss it! Dec 31, Kitty Kat rated it it was amazing Shelves: I loved this book. When she comes back to hel I loved this book. When she comes back to help with the almanac the family Publishing company puts out every year, she begins to notice things and ask questions. The mystery behind it all was fascinating and at times a bit scary.
The whole atmosphere of secrecy was oppressive and added to the menacing feeling. It was also sexy and romantic and caring. Jan 05, Balthazaar rated it really liked it. In Goldenseal, the world of Little Dip, and the Garoul family that preserve it, is well enough drawn to have you believing in werewolves almost.
The story is funny, a little spooky and has enough tension to keep the pages turning long after the lights should be out. The main characters are full of a passion and intensity that is really compelling. And despite the strange setting, the issues are really relevant.
For me, Leone's fears and insecurities are kind of universal. It's scary letting pe In Goldenseal, the world of Little Dip, and the Garoul family that preserve it, is well enough drawn to have you believing in werewolves almost.
Tadpole, the dog, was also a fantastic character and had me chuckling often. The Writing Style This was a wonderful, perfectly written book.
The story keeps you guessing and is unique. The Pros A simply charming book. I loved all of it. The Conclusion If you only buy one supernatural, urban fantasy, romance then make it this one. Although, buy more because this is a great series. I loved the way McKnight explored the characters and gave us some great moments as they fell for one another.
This was truly a beautiful, sweet, well written story and I highly recommend it. So, Andre made me his assistant in your absence.
But you know all about that. Andre had visited her home several times.
He was a good friend to her, much more than a boss. But then he was a wonderful guy to work for, period. Apologetic about the reshuffle, he explained that a big project had just landed on his desk and he needed Candace on board from the get-go.