The House by Charlie Daye

“Aria De La Vega lived a pretty mundane life until she inherited the house.

After arriving at the house, nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, Aria meets the man of her dreams, finds the house is haunted, is attacked by a ghost, learns about the Native American curse that has plagued the land the house sits on for more than 130 years and discovers that she is the key to undoing it all. And that is only the first 48 hours.

With help of her two best friends, Melissa, a formidable attorney out of California and Amy, the granddaughter of a Cherokee medicine woman, Aria will decipher the curse, battle an unseen force bent on destroying her, deal with the painful stab of deceit and wager everything to save herself and the man she loves.”- via Goodreads

This book was poorly written. Spelling errors run amok on every page. Grammar is lacking, to say the least. The storyline is good, but not flowing in a smooth manner. I had to make myself get through this book.

I must say that I was very disappointed in this book. I will, however, give Charlie the benefit of the doubt, as this is her first real attempt at a broad audience.

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