Rating: 3 Stars
Source: NetGalley Description: Hannah O'Brien is used to ghosts being around her haunted B&B in Key West, Florida. When a young couple is horrified to find a bloody man in the back yard she like everyone else assumes it's a ghost. Unfortunately for everyone involved it isn't.
Why I Picked This Book: I was intrigued by the Key West setting and I like a good ghost story.
Pros: I liked Hannah and how invested she was in both her home and the community itself. The history of Key West and the treasure hunting was really interesting. The ghost story side added an extra element of suspense and I love how Graham wound the haunted of history of Key West throughout the story with Hannah’s haunted tour. The mystery itself was pretty good with part being pretty obvious and the other part being a surprise. There’s a lot of back story with both Hannah’s friends on Key West and her cousin and the Krewe of Hunters at the FBI but while there may be a quick mention of it it isn’t too overdone with too much detail. It definitely made me interested in reading the other books – especially Kelsey and Logans’s. I liked that Dallas had a connection to Key West though
Cons: The relationship between Hannah and Dallas developed way too fast. He went from not quite trusting her to being willing to die for her in what felt like 20 minutes. I can understand an intense connection given the events but this was quite the switch. Also, I did find it strange that given how small the island is and how many friends they have in common that not only had they never met but they hadn't even heard of each other.
Overall: This was a fun ghost story/mystery and a great summer read! I like the premise and will definitely be reading more of the series. The romance wasn’t perfect but the book was fun enough to overlook that!
Would I Read More of this Series/Author?: Yes definitely! I've already added the rest to my wishlist!
Would I Recommend this Book?: Yes - if you like ghost stories and treasure hunting this would be a fun read.