The House on Foster Hill Review

The House on Foster Hill 

by Jamie Jo Wright

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“This novel is spellbinding and unputdownable. Highly recommended!” ~ Colleen Coble, USAToday bestselling author

I received an autographed copy of The House on Foster Hill from Bethany House.

About the author:

Jaime Jo Wright

ECPA/Publisher’s Weekly best-selling author, Jaime Jo Wright resides in the hills of Wisconsin writing spirited turn-of-the-century romance stained with suspense.

Genres:  Christian Books & Writings, Literature & Fiction, Mystery & Suspense, Romance, Religious & Inspirational Fiction.

Her writings can be found in three different Romance Collections and here second novella, The Reckoning at Gossamer Pond, is available for pre-order with a release date of July 3, 2018.

The House on Foster Hill is Jaime Jo Wright’s debut novel.

The House on Foster Hill by [Wright, Jaime Jo]

The cover perfectly embodies the look and feel of the house that the story unfolds in. Set during two time-lines in Wisconsin, the story twists and turns through the generational lives of two women, Ivy and Kaine. Each woman has her own sets of trials they must endure that sets their emotional, mental, and physical limits to their reaches.

Murder and death lead to mayhem and the feel of fear, sadness, and joy that were some of the emotions that ran through me as I read and felt how each woman lived through everything they did and must do to retain their sanity and justice for others. I noted that the writing was geared towards Christian beliefs and ensured each character lived and embodied their faith. I liked how the book was written with women heavily being the heroes, protagonists, and as a multitude of characters throughout.

I found it easy to follow along on each woman’s time-line; written in such a way that nothing was missed and everything that occurred was linked to each woman. It was a fast-paced, yet a quick read for me, watching everything intertwine and, finally, unraveling the dark, mysterious histories.

I do wish a bit more was written of each woman’s endings and how lives were lived after. It was, all-in-all, an amazing debut novel and I truly am looking forward to more works from her.

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