Newly married, Adelaide Llewellyn, is struggling to find her place in her distant husband's life and in his ancestral home of Cysgod Lys. Surrounded by bitter enemies, lies and the dark secrets that have haunted his family for generations, there is much to be feared. But the danger she faces is as much from the living as the dead.
There are dark and unnatural things lurking within the walls of Cysgod Lys and on the moor that flanks it. They've made their presence and their power known to her. But Adelaide will not be ruled by fear and she will not simply give in to it. She means to fight for her home and for her husband, no matter what may come.
Good story wrought with errors
Part 1 was very good and professionally written. I enjoyed following the story in part 2. But someone, should have read this book before publishing it. I have never read a book with so many typos. I think the names of some of the characters might have been different in one of the chapters. Gives the notion that this was thrown together in haste with little care for the story or the reader.
Mistakes in excessf
Terribly disconcerting with the number of ridiculous lapses found.names incorrect, prepositions and articles missing forcing the reader to go back and reread. Story was interesting but the mistakes show a definite lack of proof reading.