Wham. Bam. Thank you Ma’am. I am ripping right through this series! Which makes me a little sad because I’ve been waiting for it for so long.
But what are you going to do when books are so good you can’t put them down?
I’ve been devouring each of these books and The Julius House demanded that as well. It was previously mentioned a few times in her other books that the Julius family just up and vanished from their brand new house in Lawrenceton, Georgia (where Roe lives) and that no one has seen hide nor hair of them ever again.
It’s been six years since that happened and only one family member, the grandmother who lived above their garage, is still around to tell the tale. And wait for their return…or the news that they are dead.
Somehow this woman is convinced to sell the house to Martin Bartell so that he can give it to Roe as a wedding present. And since Roe doesn’t work anymore she decides that she will find out what happened to this family. Dragging the mysterious Angel Youngblood along with her, a woman who now lives with her husband above the garage and is friends with Martin, Roe starts to find out things about her life, her husband and the Julius family that disturb her.
If that description didn’t hook you in, I don’t know what else I can say that would tell you how great I think this book is. It actually started to freak me out (which none of the others have so far) and give me the major creeps for a minute…but I think that’s because I started reading that part at 1 am. My bad.
Great read, great plot and new characters. : )