Who By Water
Jo Wiley thinks she has everything she needs in her quirky but tidy life in Ljubljana.
Her teahouse is thriving. She’s surrounded herself with chosen family and her friends, well… several of them come with benefits.
When a body is discovered at a glitzy party, Jo’s carefully constructed reality starts to unravel. Her lover’s murder lifts a veil on a hidden world of ghosts, demons, and forgotten gods where Jo is the link between this reality and the next. She may also be the reason her friends are turning up dead.
Jo has to use her new gift to find the killer, and fast, because there are worse things than dying.
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*Thank you to Griffyn Ink Publishing for sending me a free e-copy in exchange for an honest review.* The blurb for this book sounded very interesting, and that was one of the reasons why I accepted it ... Read full review
Jo Wiley lives a quiet life in Slovenia, far from her American home and her crazy family. But her family wasn't so crazy after all. There really is something up with Jo.
She can speak to the dead.
So maybe setting her life in a town that has a history going back thousands of years wasn't her best move. When an ancient evil surfaces Jo has to figure out what to do and how to handle her new abilities.
One of the best parts of this book is Victoria Raschke's lyrical writing style. She puts you in the heart of a sweet, old town and then lets all hell break loose.