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Moving On (Ghost of the Past, #1)

by Trisha Grace

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There are books that stick with you long after you have read them, and that you keep recommending to people when they happen to ask you for a good, enjoyable read. “Moving On” by Trisha Grace is one of them. The first book in the “Ghost of the Past” series has everything it needs to satisfy even the pickiest readers: suspense, a lot of emotion, a sweet, yet very realistic romance story, and complex, well-developed characters readers can easily relate to. In short, it has all the ingredients of a bestseller.

The novel begins with the sad death of William Hayes, and with the young Kate Mitchell who is asking him if he wants her to send after Tyler, his grandson. The old man refuses even though he still feels guilty for having abandoned the boy. Before he dies, Kate tells him that one day Tyler will understand why his grandfather did what he did and how he tried to protect him. As you can see, the author introduced a mystery on the very first page, making it impossible for the readers to put the book down. Now, one must simply know what happens next.

After his grandfather passes away, Tyler can finally come back home, and this is exactly what he does. He will never forgive the old man for sending him away when he needed his family most… or what was left of it. Tyler’s parents died in an accident when he was just a little boy, and everything that happened afterwards changed his life forever. He never got the chance to have a normal childhood, but now he is back at the mansion that should belong to him. Except… when he arrives home, Tyler realizes that his grandfather had left the mansion to a woman he had never met – Kate Mitchell. Once again, Tyler feels betrayed.

“Moving On” is the story of two different people who must learn how to live with each other. Kate owns the mansion, but Tyler is not willing to accept that and just move on with his life. There are secrets from his past that are waiting to be revealed, and he feels he’s ready to finally learn the truth, whatever it may be. However, Kate and Tyler will soon understand that William Hayes’s will can entirely change their future.

Readers who love romantic stories will enjoy Trisha Grace’s novel a lot and will want to read the next ones in the series as soon as possible. One of the greatest things about “Moving On” is that it can really make readers relate to the story and characters. It is inspirational and full of passion, and it takes the readers by surprise with some plot twists that they would have never expected.

It is also free on September 3 and September 4, 2014, so don’t forget to get your copy from Amazon. ( )
  OanaMatei | Aug 31, 2014 |
Title: Moving On
Author: Trisha Grace
Publisher: T.G.
Series: Ghost of the Past #1
Reviewed By: Arlena Dean
Rating: 5
Review:

"Moving On" by Trisha Grace

What was this novel about?

"For twenty years, Tyler Hayes had been ripped from his childhood home. After the horrific accident that took away his parents’ life, Tyler’s grandfather removed him from the mansion and sent him away.

Now, after twenty years, his grandfather had passed away and he could finally go home. However, even in his death, Tyler’s grandfather had betrayed him once again, leaving the mansion to a woman he had never met.

Even though Kate Mitchell had never met Tyler, she knew all about the accident that changed the Hayes’s family. Unbeknownst to her, was how she was going to end up being caught in the middle of a long estranged relationship between two different generations.

Two complete different personalities would have to learn to get along and play nice in order to survive a will that would change their lives."

What I liked from this read.....

First up front, I thought "Moving On" story line was one good novel that showed one overcoming one's past and moving as with Tyler and Kate's life. This author really worked with all of the interesting secondary characters that played a well developed, colorful (Evelyn, Joanne and Marianne) part in this good flow of the story. This author held nothing back showing the struggles and growth of these two main characters showing all of the events and emotions that will come up throughout the read.

What I also liked and my overall impression.....

I will say this was definitely a suspenseful read that you will have to keep up with but after saying that .... I was able to follow the thoughts of this author on this interesting journey as you will see if "two complete different personalities learn to get along and play nice in order to survive a will that would change their lives." And with saying that....I really enjoyed this incredible told story as I listened from my Kindle. I would recommend you pick up "Moving On" to see how this author brings it all out to the reader. It will be one interesting, powerful and entertaining ride as you will see how this author uses her imagination to give the reader a good story. ( )
  arlenadean | Jul 13, 2014 |
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