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Morgan Hall

4.38  ·  Rating details ·  13 ratings  ·  7 reviews
Lady Christie Morgan is not the only occupant in this desolate English estate. A young apparition appears, sparking a chain of horrifying occurrences involving Christie and the two men closest to her: Anthony Longfield-Lothian and Tristan Ely. A saga of mystery and sordid family history weaves intrigue for the passionate love triangle. Past and present war as the secrets o ...more
Paperback, 256 pages
Published December 1st 2011 by World Castle Publishing (first published November 27th 2011)
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Aug 12, 2012 rated it really liked it
Shelves: mystery, thriller
There are times when a gothic thriller is the perfect thing to read, and I was lucky enough to read the bulk of Bo Briar’s modern gothic Morgan Hall on a murky, moody, rainy August morning that perfectly complimented the book.

Why do I call it a “modern” gothic? Because while Morgan Hall has all the requisite elements of a classic gothic – huge old manor houses with disturbing histories and some disrepair, orphan heiresses with tragic pasts, unrequited love, stormy weather, ghostly apparitions, a
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Sep 29, 2012 rated it it was amazing
I'm going to start by telling you things I didn't like about this book. First off the way the text reads is very odd- I really had a hard time remembering that the book is meant to take place in current day. Some of the language used is so old fashioned that you'd expect this to have been taking place in the 1800's but then all of a sudden a modern day reference would pop up and it would just be really weird.

What's also weird is Christie. I kind of don't like her and it's mostly because she's t
Jun 10, 2012 rated it liked it
Christie Morgan was one lucky gal. She had one man who adored her unconditionally, one man who wanted her for what he could obtain and one man who acknowledged her presence but was employed by Morgan Hall a great estate, and wouldn’t cross that line. Anthony, the first, was sort of a “shirt-tail relation.” They’d been friends since childhood and, while Christie too him for granted, he truly did love her. Tristan, estate dark, dreary and inhabited by some very odd servants’ was a handsome man but ...more
Aug 17, 2012 rated it liked it
Shelves: 2012, ipad
Morgan Hall was a pretty quick read, especially when it sucked me right in and wouldn't let me put it down. I really enjoyed the book. It reminded me of an old, Gothic ghost story. I kept forgetting that the book was set in modern times because it had an old fashioned feel to it. Christie has moved back in her ancestral home. When her childhood friend, Anthony and his friend Tristan come to visit, weird things start happening. She is seeing people that aren't there and rooms in the house are get ...more
Apr 16, 2015 rated it really liked it
I found this story to be intriguing at times but found myself disliking Christie for stringing along the two men; I thought it was unfair to both men. I often found myself saying "Why would you do that?" to Christie. I did like the parts with the spirits and how Ms. Briar drew the reader into the haunted Morgan Hall, which had a rich ancestral history. The story flowed nicely and was a quick read. The story has everything from haunted English manors, spirits, friendship, murder, mystery, heartac ...more
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Apr 09, 2016 rated it it was amazing
EXCELLENT BOOK and totally mad! And I'm not biased because I wrote it ;) Do give it a try and let me know what you think... :) ...more
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