Zoe Grayson is back in Lancaster House, ordered to bed rest for the duration of her unexpected pregnancy. Doctor Wade Channing, her overzealous psychiatrist, is living in Lancaster House, taking care of her, waiting on her, and tending to her every need. It seems to be the perfect arrangement.
There’s just one catch.
She has to tell him her story—everything that has happened in her life since the moment she escaped from Serenity Hills. It’s been quite an adventure to include renovating another home and a walk down the middle aisle.
But, that’s all over now. Nothing is real. It never was.
How did she end up in this miserable situation?
Review of The Middle Aisle:
The writing was tighter than the first book, and the action was pretty much nonstop. If you’ve read Lancaster House, you should read The Middle Aisle, and get the final chapter of the story. The Middle Aisle is less Victorian-house-focused and more of an action story revolving around Zoe, so the style is somewhat different. Still, it was enjoyable and did get to the heart of the matter, as I saw it.
I won’t give you spoilers, but I recommend it for those who have read Lancaster House, and those who enjoy psychological mysteries.
*Read one of the author’s favorite ‘scary’ excerpts from the book in tomorrow’s tour post! Come back and creep through the secret passageway to Colorimetry, but do so at your own risk . . .
*You’re in for a treat!! Come back on the Wednesday the 27th and try a dish right out of The Middle Aisle… right here at Living a Goddess Life
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