The House on Foster Hill by Jamie Jo Wright kept me entertained on a freezing cold New Year's weekend.
" Kaine purchases an old
house sight unseen in her grandfather's Wisconsin hometown. But one look
at the eerie, abandoned house immediately leaves her questioning her
rash decision. And when the house's dark history comes back with a
vengeance, Kaine is forced to face the terrifying realization she has
nowhere left to hide."
The story goes back and forth between 1906 and the present day, which I'm never a huge fan of, but it was easy to follow along so that's not a con for this book.
It's difficult to review this as it's a "typical Christian book", which sounds negative but just means that it had a few Bible verses and mentions of God in odd places so that it would fit into the Christian genre, whereas I didn't get inspired by the message and often feel like it would have been a better book had it not had random preaching in it (and this is coming from a Christian herself).
I think my biggest problem was that there wasn't enough "meat" to the characters and they all blended in to fuzzy sketches of people that I never got to know enough to care about.
With that said, the story was interesting enough to keep me entertained and it was a good fluffy read so I wouldn't hesitate to recommend it if someone wants an easy read.
This book was given to me by Baker Publishing in exchange for my honest review.