Review; The Charm of Lost Chances by Lucia N. Davis

Several months ago I was fortunate enough to recieve a press copy of the novella The Charm of Lost Chances by Lucia N. Davis from the author herself and today I'll post my review.

Description from Goodreads
In Dunnhill, a quiet mountain village in the Northern Cascades, unresolved secrets from the past have a way of making themselves heard. In this sequel to The Baby on the Back Porch, Sara Eriksson returns to Dunnhill hoping for a second chance—not only at a scenic getaway, but with David, the landlord of the cabin, whom Sara had only just started getting to know.

Sara’s cabin in the woods is just as beautiful as she left it—but so is David’s new client, Taylor. Just as Sara is starting to come to terms with the fact that David may not share her feelings, her dreams return, setting a series of events into motion and leading Sara down a winding path to a new mystery that only she can unravel.

As Sara struggles to keep her wits—and her sanity—about her, she must decide which chances she’ll take, and which she’ll allow to be lost to time.

My Thoughts on the Novella
It was fun revisiting Sara and David, as I've read The Baby On The Back Porch earlier. One get to know some of the characters a bit more and I loved the use of descriptions in the story. If one is in search of a paranormal mystery, I would recommend The Charm of Lost Chances, but it is advised to read The Baby on the Back Porch first.


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