Drawing Down the Shades

Drawing Down the Shades Business can be hell Life is good at Starfort Collectibles until the owners Caitlin and Trevor Fulmer acquire a beautiful statuette with a murky past Shortly thereafter mysterious hauntings wreak h

  • Title: Drawing Down the Shades
  • Author: Juli D. Revezzo
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 279
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Business can be hell Life is good at Starfort Collectibles until the owners, Caitlin and Trevor Fulmer, acquire a beautiful statuette with a murky past Shortly thereafter, mysterious hauntings wreak havoc on the couple when a ghost in the attic threatens retribution Caitlin presses her coven for help before the ghost succeeds in meting out deadly punishment on Trevor.

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    1. It's been a while since I read book 1 in this series and I will admit I had a bit of a tough time keeping all the different bit characters straight. Caitlin and Trevor, I was a-okay with, but Caitlin's witchy friends and the various people who popped in and out of the narrative sometimes took me a minute to place.Nobody fret, I figured things out. *raises fist in victory*Much like book 1, Caitlin is scrambling to figure out who or what is causing the odd disturbances and upheavals in her life. F [...]

    2. Drawing Down the Shade is the next installment in Juli D. Revezzo's Antique Magic series, and I am thrilled to see it "hitting the shelves"! DDS reacquaints us with Caitlin and Trevor as they continue to settle into their new lives: a new business, new responsibilities, and a newly-rediscovered strength in their commitment to each other, no matter the cost.After the events in the previous books, Caitlin is a touch jumpy when it comes to the supernatural rubbing elbows with her husband, so when t [...]

    3. First time reading this author and it was most enjoyable to read and could follow along even though I had missed the first one. Caitlin and Trevor are a adorable couple and fell in love with them right away. She also has some loyal friends that stand by her through thick and thin, even hairy at times. Humor is woven through out and was chuckling so at times. It would seem they get their share of challenges and lots of elements in the mix of those challenges. Ghosts seem to be a normal occurrence [...]

    4. The second book in the Antique Magic series builds on the first, with Cait's friends becoming closer and more involved in her life and her witchy ways. As with The Artist's Inheritance and Caitlin's Book of Shadows (a novella), I just inhaled Drawing Down the Shades because I didn't want to put it down. Once again, Cait must rescue her beleaguered husband from paranormal phenomenon while trying to keep evil at bay. Inheriting a spirit dog was a nice touch. The imp was particularly creative in hi [...]

    5. **I received this book in exchange for an honest review. Lovers of Paranormal, LoP**Drawing Down the Shades is one of those books that you luck out on. You hope for the best and pray it comes through. This is one for me. As I started reading this book, I knew it was going to be good. I love the premise that followed through to the last page. The situations that arise are quite good, humorous at times and had me wanting to finish the book just to see how it turned out. I loved the characters. The [...]

    6. I enjoyed this book. Poor Trevor is wavering again, on the verge of being possessed by a spirit or worse, and his wife has to figure out how to make things right. Fortunately, nascent witch Caitlin has the help of her trusty coven and an awesome spirit dog to help. Of course a particularly awful imp is to blame, but nothing is ever really clear when you're dealing with the spirit world! I liked Caitlin's spunk as she dealt with this current crisis, and I particularly enjoyed the dog. Good read.

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