Unfolding the Shadows

Jillian is troubled and confused. She thought she married the perfect man yet after three children she feels lost and alone. In the beginning things were great with Kyle but something has changed. She never told him about her secret power, a power that lately she feels she needs to feel complete. When her grandmother gets in an accident she knows it is time to face her past. Her granny always told her that she has a special gift that cannot be ignored. Yet because of her parents she had to give it up to try to lead a normal life. Her grandmother needs her but there are secrets and shadows that hover near her family. She is unsure what to do. She must deal with things that hurt her and find out if her mother is really a murderer.

There is so much to say about this beautiful book yet I can’t give too much away. This is one that you will just have to read and enjoy for yourself. Kate Sullivan did a remarkable job in this tale of second chances, special gifts and a chance for new beginnings. The magical powers Jillian has is a gift that for some reason she gave up on. I loved that even though a tragedy is occurring there is a bond that can never be broken. This is definitely a great book that I highly recommend. This is one that the magic and the family really work together well.

Book Blurb for Unfolding the Shadows

Jillian has worked hard to close the doors on her past and the psychic abilities that defined her youth. For sixteen years, she’s ignored the ghosts who still try to whisper to her. Even her controlling husband Kyle has no idea that his wife can talk to spirits. But on the day after Christmas, her great aunt’s car smashes head-on with a commuter train and Jillian finds herself on a collision course with ghosts who refuse to remain in the shadows any longer.

Long-hidden secrets are coming to light and Jillian’s life has to change to accommodate them. With the help of her friends and a substantial inheritance, she sets her life in a new direction, but Kyle’s not about to lose out on his share of Jillian’s inheritance—even if he has to kill her to get it.

Night Owl Reviews Mar, 2010 4.75