Welcome to a new Waiting on Wednesday, can you believe it is the middle of the week already?
Today I am featuring The Lighthouse Witches AND The Nesting by C.J. Cooke! Recently I finished Ghost Woods and ABSOLUTELY loved that book. The style was just perfect. Blend of gothic/spooky/scary/sadness and I just loved the various POV. So I decided to see if the author has made more books, and apparently she has! I am really looking forward to The Nesting and also The Lighthouse Witches, both books sound absolutely awesome. One book is about a nanny in Norway and all the weird stuff that is happening there and how things go dark. The other is about an island, sisters, witches, and missing people. Both books sound great for this time of the year when it is raining, cold, and getting dark early. I cannot wait to get these books and will be getting them soon-ish!
Don’t miss the brand-new chilling gothic thriller from the bestselling author . . . Upon the cliffs of a remote Scottish island, Lòn Haven, stands a lighthouse. A lighthouse that has weathered more than storms. Mysterious and terrible events have happened on this island. It started with a witch hunt. Now, centuries later, islanders are vanishing without explanation. Coincidence? Or curse? Liv Stay flees to the island with her three daughters, in search of a home. She doesn’t believe in witches, or dark omens, or hauntings. But within months, her daughter Luna will be the only one of them left. Twenty years later, Luna is drawn back to the place her family vanished. As the last sister left, it’s up to her to find out the truth . . . But what really happened at the lighthouse all those years ago?
The woods are creeping in on a nanny and two young girls in this chilling modern Gothic thriller.
Architect Tom Faraday is determined to finish the high-concept, environmentally friendly home he’s building in Norway – in the same place where he lost his wife, Aurelia, to suicide. It was their dream house, and he wants to honor her with it.
Lexi Ellis takes a job as his nanny and immediately falls in love with his two young daughters, especially Gaia. But something feels off in the isolated house nestled in the forest along the fjord. Lexi sees mysterious muddy footprints inside the home. Aurelia’s diary appears in Lexi’s room one day. And Gaia keeps telling her about seeing the terrifying Sad Lady…
Soon Lexi suspects that Aurelia didn’t kill herself and that they are all in danger from something far more sinister lurking around them.