I had the distinct pleasure of reviewing the book Stillwell: A Haunting on Long Island from the author, Michael Phillip Cash .
I honestly have had this book on my shelf to read for quite some time. However, I kept getting other books that would peak my interest even more than this one did. So, it kept going back to the bottom of the pile. Now though, I’m kicking myself for not picking it up and at least reading the first couple of pages of it.
See, I’ve always been one of those people who judges a book by it’s cover. If the cover looks good then chances are really high I’m going to fall in love with the book. This book cover really made me think this book was nothing but haunting details. Yes, there was some haunting ghostly scenes in this book. However, the romantic story in the story was so captivating that I was on the edge of my seat routing for the couple.
This was my first book by Michael Cash that I’ve ever read, but it definitely won’t be my last. I truly enjoyed this story from start to finish. I feel many of you will as well. If you enjoy Laura DeLuca stories like I do, then I know you’ll love this author’s work too.
In this case, I feel bad that I pre-judged this book by it’s cover. I feel the cover needs the couple on the front of it in some form or fashion to show that it is more of a paranormal romance story. I believe more women would snatch this book up off the shelves if that were to happen. The back of the cover goes into details, but many people are like me and don’t bother reading the back of the covers too much. We live in a fast pace world.
Have you ever read a book by Michael Cash?
2 comments on “Stillwell: A Haunting on Long Island Book Review”
This book sounds interesting! I haven’t taken the opportunity to read too much lately but I do have a few books on my list that I would like to get to by years end. I wanted to thank you for linking up to the Lovely Connection Blog Hop. I hope that you have an awesome week!
It is a good book. It wasn’t the type of book that I normally would read, but it was well worth reading.