From her earliest memories, Ashley Pearce has been drawn to Ruby Hill Lunatic Asylum, and she's not the only one. Decades after the abandoned hospital ended its institutional reign of torture and neglect, something lurks in the shadows. Since she’s a paranormal investigator, it's Ashley's job to... show more
From her earliest memories, Ashley Pearce has been drawn to Ruby Hill Lunatic Asylum, and she's not the only one. Decades after the abandoned hospital ended its institutional reign of torture and neglect, something lurks in the shadows. Since she’s a paranormal investigator, it's Ashley's job to find out what.Crime scene expert Corbin Malone doesn't believe in ghosts. A born skeptic, he has no interest in entertaining the hype surrounding the mysterious deaths at Ruby Hill, but he won't turn his back while more women die. He agrees to an overnight investigation, never expecting his first encounter would be with the woman he pushed away a year ago. But when he discovers Ashley is a target, he learns his greatest fear isn't living with his own demons, but losing her for good.
Publish date: September 30th 2013
Publisher: Entangled: Ever After
Pages no: 57
Edition language: English
Well that was a scary book. I would say this: Don't read it when it is night/dark. :) Most of the book is either about the asylum or Ashley/Corbin's relationship and how it ended. Luckily both parts are just equally balanced so you don't feel annoyed (like so many books that say something happens in...
I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.Ruby Hill is a short novella featuring a spooky ghost story along with two characters reconnecting after a traumatic death tore them apart. Sometimes I'm just in the mood for a quick read, no long term commitments, no waiting for ...
Ok so first thing's first. This is a short story, I believe 54pgs, and VERY fast paced. I have a love hate relationship with short stories. I feel like it's very hard to give the right and necessary amount of information without 1) spending the majority of the story setting the stage and 2) leaving ...
Quite a frustrating read. First of all, this is a novella, and I have a love-hate relationship with this story style. They can be done right, but most of the time they are done horribly wrong. In the case of Ruby Hill the writing was good, but it never should have been written in short story format....