Published: November 15, 2012
Everyone in the Louisiana backwoods knows never to drive down Red Run at night, especially Edie. Her brother was murdered by the ghost that haunts the road — a ghost Edie is hunting.
Suspense and Southern gothic meet in this modern ghost story, where nothing is what it seems.
It was a good read for a creepy short story but not the best of the DON’T DRIVE DOWN THIS ROAD AT NIGHT genre.
I was looking for book 12 in The Hollow Series when I ran across this one, which is number 9 and believe it or not I hadn’t read it. I don’t know how it slipped by me but I checked it out at the local library and quickly devoured it.
I love the character of Rachel Morgan. She can be tough when she needs to be but also she always seems a bit off-balance all the time.
I always hope that she a Trent will be paired up because Rachel deserves a love life if anyone does, but so far the author hasn’t come through for me.
In this installment Rachel and Trent, plus Ivy and Jenks travel across country by car which took two or three days and the tension between them became comical at times and at other times I held my breath thinking Trent might make a move on Rachel, but it didn’t happen,
I am now ready for book 12 and will still keep my fingers crossed by a love life for Rachel.