This is the fourth book in a series and I didn’t realize that when I picked it up. Once I checked it out closely and learned that it was, I wasn’t sure what to expect. But I am surprised. This story of paranormal drew me in almost from the start. I was eager to delve into the mystery woven by Mishel’s uncle Arnie concerning Cairnnon Castle in Ireland and the demon he meets during his paranormal hunter early days. I liked Mishel’s closeness with his uncle and his eagerness to find out more about Cairnnon Castle and why it has not only his parents captivated and in a way repulsed. When the two men arrive in Ireland so Arnie and commemorate the twenty-fifty anniversary of the collapse of Cairnnon Castle they find the castle is being rebuilt. Arnie thinks it has to be the work of evil. They can’t get in to snoop around so Mishel applies to work on the construction. He’s more than attracted to the guy who hires him. Joel, is an interesting character but we don’t learn anything about him which I would have loved to have done. All we know there is a supernatural vibe about him. There are some hot scenes in this short story, but it’s the paranormal angle of a possessed castle that I found the most interesting. The gave clues enough of a demon lurking around and created sufficient doubt about whether the workers are human.
I’d recommend this story to anyone who loves paranormal ghost hunter, paranormal, or fantasy stories with heat. The story should be read with the others, but I had no trouble diving into this one without having read either of the first three stories.