- File Size: 1867 KB
- Print Length: 384 pages
- Publisher: Berkley (October 22, 2019)
- Publication Date: October 22, 2019
- Sold by: Penguin Group (USA) LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07MJ3SRZJ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #28,870 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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“What a treat to open up a new Tradd Street House book by Karen White and disappear into her witty, wonderful and haunted world...No one does ghosts better than Karen White and this is one of Tradd Street's best.”—New York Times bestselling author M.J. Rose
"While this is the sixth in White’s 'Tradd Street' series, it can be read on its own, but make time after the holidays to binge-read the previous five for more adventures with these characters...A cliff-hanger ending and promise of another book will please avid fans."—Library Journal
“This is a fun-filled, festive, and witty read — a welcome, suspenseful story at a busy time of year!”—Holiday in the Country
"Full of history and details of the American Revolution, White continues her streak of entertaining, well-paced, and expertly told stories of the town of Charleston."—The Nerd Daily
"Overall an entertaining read. The Christmas theme is very secondary in the book, making it a good read for any time of the year."—The Girly Book Club
"This page turner is a little bit spooky and a whole lot of fun."—Grand Strand Magazine
"Series fans will enjoy spending the holidays with Melanie Trenholm. The plot threads move pieces of thislong-running saga forward, and the ending suggests that there’s more to come."—Booklist
"Christmas spirits from the past come alive in this festive, supernatural tale...Adventure meets mystery in this seasonal page-turner."—Woman's World
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As for Melanie and Jack? Let me get this straight, he can hang out at the bar and order ginger ale while perusing the drink menu (recovering alcoholic) and not tell his wife - but she tries to handle a problem while he’s down with the flu and suddenly he can’t trust her anymore????
And her mother with her history - thinks Melanie was wrong as well? Seriously?!?!
The constant battering of how awful Melanie is or thinks she is has become annoying. Her quirks and emotional reactions stem from a pretty traumatic childhood and everyone around her just makes fun of her or shames her for it.
The mystery was okay... felt rushed. More ghostly interaction might have spiced it up.
The ending? Total trash. Seriously. Right before Christmas? With children? Not to mention Nola’s harsh childhood and these two “parents” are so myopic all they can do is think of themselves - this is mainly aimed at Jack. After all they’ve been through together nobody takes into account anyone else’s stress levels between finances, shady people trying to steal their house, friends wanting help, and wait - the holidays, too?!?!!
Jack is kind of a jerk by the end. Melanie needs a spine.
I’ll read the next book because I’ve read them all. I hoped that Melanie and Jack married would stop the stupid tug-of-war with one of them leaving their house every time someone doesn’t tell them the new mystery twist within 5 seconds of learning it.
If the last book doesn’t provide a happily ever after I’ll have zero interest in reading any of the author’s other endeavors. It’s annoying.
I liked reading about the peacock spy ring and then I got to the end. What is this, Gone With the Wind? I waited 2 years for this? :( Words fail me.
Melanie seems to have regressed, she feels that hiding these spirits is beneficial to protecting everyone in her family. The past books she has been willing to work with her mother, even her cousin to overcome a haunting. Why the change? Her relationship with Jayne is strange, she allows her manage her children without much input from Melanie herself. She does not deal with her jealousy about the relationship between Jayne and her father. So much is hidden in this book. As a result it just drags on and on without any reason given for her actions.
I love the series, and hope the final installment will be better than this one. It appears, that Karen White may be allowing others to write this series now. A frequent occurrence when authors have more than one series of books they write. I hope the next book will be more in line with her previous installments.
Read the next and last book. But I am ready for her to stand up for herself. Her mother deserted her, her father and husband are alcoholics, and they tell her she is the problem.