Thursday, November 14, 2013

Fractured Legacy (Darkness Bound #1) by Skye Callahan Blog Tour Stop


Kaylyn Anderson's fascination with abandoned places and dark creatures kindled her work as a paranormal investigator. But when dreams begin to distort reality, she questions what is real and pulls away from everyone she trusts. The opportunity to investigate the Teague Hotel--a long-abandoned landmark that has always piqued her curiosity--provides a chance to redeem herself.

Unraveling the hotel's secrets won't be easy, but Kaylyn soon finds herself the target of a dark entity that has been trapped in the building for decades. If Kaylyn stands any chance of defeating the spirit, she'll have to accept that her fears are real and convince fellow investigators that she hasn't lost her mind.


Fractured Legacy Available on Amazon


Grabbing the glass carafe, she turned toward the sink nearly plowing down a man she didn’t recognize. “Geez.” She grabbed the table for balance. “You shouldn’t sneak up on a girl!” 

He was tall, but hidden away under a full suit with a tie. No one got passed Darrell and into the building unless they worked here—which meant there was a rookie in their midst. Goody.

His gaze swept down her front. 

“Can I help you?” she asked when he didn’t back away.

“A bit casual for work, don’t you think?” He spoke with a mix of accents that she couldn’t quite place. 

“I call it functional, new boy. I earn my keep.” Mostly, she added in her head, but he didn’t have to know that. She pushed passed him to fill up the pot, but when she turned back, he was still staring after her, his arms crossed and one eyebrow cocked. Then, he swiveled and marched into Carlisle’s office. Kaylyn grimaced, but before she could question it, Cole bumped her in the arm.

“You’ll never believe the news around here.” She crinkled her face.

“New rookie?” Kaylyn guessed.

Cole snorted. “Carlisle’s gone. We have a new boss—”

Kaylyn’s insides flipped as her gaze flicked back to the office door.

“—apparently he’s a looker and strict so you should watch out.” Cole finished. 

Kaylyn dumped the water into the reservoir and plopped in a filter and some coffee grounds.

“Okay….” Cole drawled, narrowing her eyes in an expression that reminded Kaylyn of their mother. “What did you do?”

Kaylyn shook her head just as Carlson’s door—or no-longer-Carlson’s door—swung open again. 

“Kaylyn and Nicole Anderson?”

Cole nodded, but Kaylyn couldn’t force her body to do more than stare back at her new and far-too-young boss.

My Review

5 of 5 Fractured Legacy

Fractured Legacy is one incredible paranormal read. I loved every minute I was reading it. I mean there were so many twists and turns and so much paranormal activity going on that the book ended way to soon for me. I needed more of Jonah and Kaylyn.

Kaylyn who I like to call Kay is a paranormal investigator and she loves her job. Kay gets the chance to investigate The Teague Hotel to uncover the paranormal activities going on there. She is excited to be back in the game because she has had a rough go at it with her dreams and nightmares. But things get weird for her when reality and dreams seem to collide and she can't tell which is which.The hotel is haunted by a malevolent spirit that wants Kay and will do anything to get her. Kay will have to fight tooth and nail to get back to normal but she realizes that the only way to do that is to find the spirit and uncover it's negative presence. 

Kay will enlist the help of her boss Jonah to help her show the other investigators she is not crazy. When Jonah experiences the bad spirit first hand he is determined to help Kay get rid of this spirit and bring her back some semblance of piece to her life.

Will the spirit leave or will it stay and raise havoc on Kay and her team? This book is so fast paced that I was drawn in and could not put it down. This is a great paranormal read for all who love this genre!

About the Author: Skye Callahan

Skye Callahan was born and raised in Ohio and has seen enough unbelievable stuff to feed a lifetime of paranormal stories. When not writing or working at the dayjob, she hangs out with her ethnomusicologist husband and pet ferrets, reads, and takes long walks through the cemetery.

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