Review: Haunted Destiny

Haunted Destiny (Krewe of Hunters, #18)

 

 

Synopsis:

Between the evil and the deep blue sea… 

A historic cruise ship, a haunted ship, the Celtic American Line’s Destiny, sets sail from the Port of New Orleans—with a killer on board. He’s known as the Archangel Killer because of the way he displays his victims in churches. And how he places a different saint’s medallion on each body. No one knows exactly who he is or why he’s doing this.

Jackson Crow—head of the FBI’s Krewe of Hunters, a special unit of paranormal investigators—is assigned to the case, along with local agent Jude McCoy. Then Alexi Cromwell, who works in the ship’s piano bar, is drawn into the situation when a victim’s ghost appears to her—and to Jude. She and Jude share an attraction, and not just because of their mutual talent.

There are many suspects, but one by one they’re ruled out… Or are they? In the end, Jude and Alexi have to rely on each other to catch the killer and escape his evil plans for Alexi.

Rating: 5-stars

Review:

Haunted Destiny by Heather Graham is a paranormal romantic suspense tale. I enjoyed it. Ghosts from past and present murders come together to help the Krewe find the killer. The serial killer is on board the Destiny. A cruise ship that has a bit of a haunted past with ghosts that have stayed on rather than passing. An entertainer, can see and hear the ghosts. In fact, she’s friends with the ghosts of Destiny. Then, she meets a new one, and witnesses the serial killer, too. Agent, Jude McCoy and his new boss, have the same special gift as Alexi. Together they work on the ship trying to narrow down the suspects. The beginning and middle were addictive. The ending made me cry, a good cry. I fell in love with this story. Heather Graham has once again, captured my heart, soul, and full-attention with this haunting yet deadly read. Overall, I highly recommend it to all.

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