Once there, she began to feel that there was more mystery surrounding her family's history than just finding out who her great-grandfather was.
She works with Ewan who is an archeology professor who is digging up the graves where her great-grandmother lies. She also works with Magnus who is a television host for shows about the weird and mystical. Finally there is David, the owner of Blackness Tower. Lauren and David find a connection with each other that proves that only those two can fix the mysterious sickness on the Blackness grounds.
This book tries to be mystical - and I guess it comes off as that. It also tries to be a love story - and I guess it comes off as that as well. But neither one is done with any flair or interest, so while the book itself was mildly interesting I wouldn't say it was a page turner.
See for yourself if you are so inclined...but don't blame me if you walk away from it saying, 'It was only OK'.
Rating: 6 / 10
Edition: Paperback edition