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When author Daisy Dawkins hits a wall of writer’s block, she seeks out a retreat at the infamous Coyote Island, home of the reclusive publishing guru Greg Bregoli. Upon her arrival at Bregoli Estate, strange things begin happening to Daisy, but none of the other writers seem to notice the estate’s odder qualities. Before long, Daisy is caught between two worlds: the living...and the dead.

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  • 28-02-2021


I bought this book and thought it was going to be about a haunted island. No ghosts showed up, except for a dead cat, until the 4 hour LEFT MARK. So, for 3 hours and 14 minutes, the only thing I heard was how unbelievably stupid this MC was.


The Daisy goes to her mentor/father figure’s island for a writers’ retreat every year. The moment she steps out of the car, a man tells her Greg, mentor, has died and left everything to her. He hustles her into a board meeting and they try to get her to sign over the publishing company and everything that goes with it. This company doesn’t have a Board of Directors so, ding ding ding, red flag here. It was set up in a hurry in case she couldn’t do her job.
Through out the whole book she is pressured by the Board and a buyer for her new company. Nothing was prepared for this writers’ retreat, NOTHING. OK, here are the problems. Greg knew he was dying and set everything up for the Daisy in his Will but he never pick the food out for the retreat, never had ANYTHING prepared for the retreat?? This man who does this every year wasn’t prepare or at least, knowing he was dying, had someone like an assistant in place to help him or Daisy? Really?? How about the Daisy going about this on a wing and a prayer instead of hiring an assistant for herself? Why isn’t she demanding to see the Will and all the papers connected to the Will? Why isn’t she flying in a high end lawyer to help her with the Board, the company, and the Will itself? Why is she meeting with the buyer by herself when she knows he is violent? Daisy was supposed to be an International best-selling author and yet she made mistakes a 15 year kid would make. Why isn’t she questioning and demanding answers? Why isn’t she hiring people to help her out, especially an attorney? I hate when authors write about stupid and/or incompetent MCs. The readers aren’t stupid so why write about MCs that are supposed to be smart yet dumb as a box of rocks? Do they think we, as a reader, won’t pick up on this? It won’t frustrate us when solutions are right there in front of the MCs?

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  • Ellen Oceanside
  • 08-01-2021


The author has given us another plot with Daisy, her mentor has died, and she has inherited the estate, and another ghost. Competition wants what she got, and this new ghost has evil ideas, a good plot, I like Daisy and with good narration, that added to the story. Given audio for my voluntary review

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