Unabridged audio book
I listened to this book in my van while driving kids around. I am finding that kids, and all that I have going on it is far easier to buy a book on CD and put it in my car or audio book and listen to it in the car. I can listen while driving, working in my home, etc. I just don't have the time to sit and read like I would like to. Hence the hiatus in December and most of January. I am slowing way down this year, so that I can read more of my own books :). Anywho, back to the book.....heheh
I found the beginning of this book to be a little slow. I liked the location of the book and the idea of a haunted hacienda. I just wish it would have grabbed me a little faster than it did. If I had been reading it I would have quit, but I give it more of a chance when listening. I am glad I continued to listen though. I picked up and, by then I was invested and had to see where the book was going to take me.
Ashley spends some time in Mexico with her estranged father....who I really, really did not like. She finds this family they are staying with to be very interesting, and hears about the legend that goes along with the hacienda.
As we learn more about the legend things begin to happen. Stuff goes missing, and then there is a murder. Everyone is on edge, people are not who them seem to be.
Although the beginning was slow, it did pick and up and I enjoyed listening to this book.
This book was clean, and exciting. I like reading books that can keep my attention without so much language.