Friday, September 17, 2010

Review: Lady in Red by Annette Shelley

Lady in Red by Annette Shelley

Publisher: Red Rose Publishing
Genre: Contemporary Romance

Heat Rating: 3



When a young couple meets in a ghost hunting club, they decide to take their relationship to the next level by going to Denver CO for a weekend of romance and ghost hunting. What they don't expect is connection they shared with an old hotel and a murder that took place over a hundred years before...

Angelique’s Review

“Lady in Red” is a romantic thriller. Ms. Shelley presents us with a story about love and paranormal investigation.

Kate and Brett are the main characters. I found their thoughts, actions, and comments were inconsistent throughout the story. They also felt flat. Other than a little back story about previous encounters, it did not seem like they existed outside of the story.

Another thing that kept ripping me out of the stream of consciousness was Brett’s “ghost busting” skills. People that are serious about their paranormal investigations would not have behaved as Brett did during the story, including bringing a distracting skeptic to an important investigation.

While it has an interesting premise, “Lady in Red” failed to capture my interest.

2 Tea Cups!


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