Kindle Edition, 23 pages (this only counts the first episode)

Published August 7th 2020 by Serial Box

A 5 star read

My summary: 

Beatrix Greene, is a spiritual medium bringing comfort to the relatives of the deceased. With the help of her childhood friend Haz, she helps people contact their loved ones one last time. She doesn’t rely on gimmicks and parlor tricks, but knows that her powers aren’t real.

When a scientist comes to town, threatening to expose all mediums, she attends his lecture out of curiosity. Little does she know that this scientist was looking for her and needs her help in finding out if an old manor is haunted or not. Soon the two of them have to put their differences aside, or risk their lives. 

My review:

If you follow me on social media, you might know that Victorian England is my favorite time period. Mixing this period with ghosts, a creepy old manor and a gothic atmosphere makes for a book I can’t resist. 

The Haunting of Beatrix Greene is divided into “episodes”, and due to me receiving an advanced reader’s copy, I got them all at once. I really enjoyed reading it, and it was everything I had hoped for. It’s spooky, unsettling, and all the characters are great.

Now, there is also a fair amount of steamy romance, something I’m not always into. But, you can’t really have a historical horror book without some blushing ladies and handsome lords. So, I’m going to out myself here and say I truly enjoyed the romance. There, I said it. 

Overall, it’s a great read and highly recommended by me! 

Thanks to Netgalley and Serial Box for the arc.

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