After suffering years of abuse at the hands of her alcoholic mother, Megan wakes to screams, cries of murder, and the room splattered with blood. Sent to the mountains to live with the grandfather who’d once abandoned them, Megan must learn to care for her young sisters and manage Wind Hollow Lodge. Megan tries to ignore the haunting memories of her past as she struggles to live a normal life. But she can’t ignore the ghosts who terrorize her, nor can she calm the fear that her sanity is slipping away. When deputies discover the bodies of men murdered on Wind Hollow land, people start to wonder just how crazy Megan Wilson really is.
The investigation at Wind Hollow Lodge is just another case to Deputy Jason Belt—until he sees Megan. Drawn to her beauty and her wounded spirit, his oath to protect and serve takes on new meaning. But why did she lie to him? What does she have to hide?
“Haunting Megan is a page-turner—I couldn’t put it down and then was sad when I finished it! The story of a young abused girl, who has to grow up too fast, gripped me. It’s very well written, fascinating, and believable. I’m hoping for a sequel.” Stacey Gregersen
“If you’re looking for a good mystery where you really get invested in the characters, then give “Haunting Megan” a try. The story catches your attention from the start and keeps the mystery going to the very end. Plus, if you’re a Northern California resident, you’ll recognize some of the locations used in the book, which makes it all the more fun to read. I definitely recommend this book to anyone who likes crime mysteries.” Carrie Chwierut
“Wow! I loved this book! Ghost stories are not usually my thing, but this is more a story about a young girl broken by tragedy. The spooky elements are fun and surprisingly believable. The murder mystery and the romance take Haunting Megan over the top. Rebecca Reilly’s voice and writing style is similar to Nora Roberts. Highly recommend!” Sarah Hovatter