Ghouls Rush In
Do you believe in love after life?
Looking for a fresh start, Peyton Clark becomes the proud owner of a piece of New Orleans history: an Antebellum-era two-story house in the Garden District. It’s going to take time and a fat wallet to restore the fixer-upper to its former glory, but after her recent divorce, Peyton could use the distrac ...more
She soon discovers the home is haunted by Drake, a policeman who died sometime in the early 20th century, and as he visits her in her sleep a story unfolds about a series of brutal murders which terrorised the people of New Orl ...more
This was a cute story. ...more
I have always been a huge fan of the Josie & Dulcie Series and when I heard she was starting another series I was very excited to read this book.
I can read the Dulcie Series over and over because I have a huge book crush on Knight. I just think he is sexy as hell and how I envision him... well yeah you ge ...more
Having read and loved several of H.P. Mallory's books, this one is right up there with the rest. While H.P.'s previous three series feature paranormal characters, the main characters in Ghouls Rush In are mortal giving a different take on a paranormal romance. Peyton and Ryan (one of my new book boyfriends) are extremely likable characters and I cannot wait to see how their relationship blossoms in book two!
I had already preordered but was bless
In this case, the 3.78 rating defies reason. My experience is that books with a rating in the threes have major flaws and/or are generally not particularly good. But I loved this book! The female lead was affable, the male protagonists appealing and likeable. I enjoyed ...more
This book introduces Peyton Clark, a recent divorcee whose inheritance of a historic home from a distant relative could not have come at a better time. Peyton, l ...more
Okay, that might be pushing it just a little because truth be told, as much as I like a good ghost story, I also happen to be a great big chicken so it was with a little relief that the ghost in this one wasn't all that scary, well, the first one wasn't anyw ...more
Peyton Clark inherits an old dilapidated house in New Orleans that was once owned by her great-aunt. She intends to renovate it and even restore it to its original self. She enlists the help of a hot guy from across the street whose name is Ryan. The story about how they meet and the light ...more
I think I've read the majority of H. P. Mallory's books at this point, but have yet to actually finish a series of hers. That may sound worrying, but it's not as bad as it sounds, honest. And she certainly isn't alone in her category of "unfinished". But I think the reason I've always left before the end in the past may be that the story arcs tend to start out really strongly, then get a bit messy later on. For example, I've always found the first book in each series to be the ...more
Well, that’s the good news. The bad news is when they start their remodel of her recently inherited, ancient p ...more
Peyton Clark is now in the position to finally be her true self. Her new life now is so different from her old Stepford wife routine she endured for five years in California with ex-hubby, Jonathan. Peyton thinks it is destiny when she receives the deed to a relative's house, that she had never met yet, on the same day her divorce is finalized. She goes out and buy a whole new wardrobe and bids the west coast goodbye. A home in ...more
Author: (one of my FAVES) @HPMallory
Format: audiobook via Audible (iPhone app)
Read by: Kate Rudd
Overall: 5/5 stars
Performance: 4.5/5 stars
Story: 5/5 stars
One Word: IMPRESSED! ☺️
I must say, I'm COMPLETELY blown away! What a creepy, funny, scary, fantabulous book!
As a pre-existing HP Mallory worshipper via the Jolie, Dulcie, Lily & Sinjin series' I felt it was important to try this series on for size finally. I am sooo so GLAD I d ...more
I love the characters and just as the story was about to take that turn for the exciting...it ended! I am not talking a cliff hanger either. A cliff hanger i would understand, but she wrapped it up nice and neat with a weak hint that there may be more for the story.
I guess I am disappointed because I enjoy her writing style and the story has potential to be fun and exciting. Similar to my excitement when I first read The Southern Vampire Mystery series. Then ...more
this book was definitely not for me because it doesn't get good until the end. I would have liked for some problems to be resolved in middle of the book. I didn't like that she gets possessed by drake and it's kinda pointless because her having him in her body is worthless. the evil spirit doesn't attack, so what was the point of having him. I don't know if ill get the second book because this one took to , long for anything good to happen. but the second book is free so who k ...more
My interests are varied but aside from writing, I’m most excited about traveling. I’m extremely fortunate to have been able to live in England and Scotland, both places really having a profound ...more