Welcome to my tour stop for the blog tour posted by the lovely sage book tour. In this tour stop, i will be highlighting a book that is a mixture of historical , familial and paranormal fiction. While i haven’t had the pleasure of reading this book myself, i still love to premise and the blurb of this book.
So why don’t you lovely bookworms go ahead and read the blurb that has me all excited and add it to your GoodReads shelf because i am quite sure that you will love the premise of the book as much as i do !
The Wraith of Carter’s Mill continues the saga of the Carter women. In addition to the three original tales, Sensitives, The Guardians and The Forgotten, this compilation contains a fourth, shocking segment. Carter’s Mill answers questions about the origin of the Wraith and explains its bond to the Carter family. It reveals the shameful truth behind the curse that plagues them.
Zeb, the Carter family patriarch, is a hard, unfeeling man. He runs his thriving sawmill, farm and family with an iron fist. When he commits an enormous act of brutality, he ignorantly brings a terrible curse down upon all his kin. Martha Thompson’s prophecy proves true as the family falls into ruin. The wraith haunts the family brutally.
Once affluent and strong, the Carter family falls into financial ruin while cryptic illnesses afflict the healthy. They are left with nothing but great loss and sorrow. The curse will plague the Carter women for five generations.
Almost a century after Zeb’s death, a Carter daughter is born with remarkable yet uncanny abilities. It will be up to her to unearth a long buried family secret and set an old wrong back to rights. Will she find a way to lift the curse and banish the accursed wraith that haunts her back to hell? If she does not, she risks losing her own little girl to the dark entity forever. If she cannot stop it, the curse will continue its demolition until the last of the Carter family line is gone.
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