A Pale Shade of Winter

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“We were born within the veiled walls of the convent. Our existence was an abomination. My brother vowed, that one day, he would discover the truth and expose the secrets, the lies, and the forbidden love which spawned us. He would ensure we would reclaim the life that had been stolen from us.” 

“Is that how you saved me, Albert?” 

“Yes,” he whispered.

Set against the beginning of the Spanish-American War, a young woman finds herself thrown into the midst of the most difficult choice of her life. This decision will ultimately lead to the unveiling of her family’s most deeply held secrets. 

With two innocent lives caught in the veil between life and death, will she be able to make amends and cast out the evil that now thrives among the living?

A Pale Shade of Winter is a Southern Gothic horror saga that tells the story of Lenore Kensington, a young woman of considerable social standing who finds herself torn between family honor and duty and forbidden love. 


1 review for A Pale Shade of Winter

  1. Jerry Harkey

    Twins, brother and sister, born out of wedlock and under other terrible conditions, have a very hard life. Then it gets worse, and then it gets worse. This is a long and sad tale of family secrets, misunderstandings, and some paranormal misadventures, There are a lot of twists and turns in the plot, but most are in a downward spiral. I did feel for the characters and their tragic lives, and I’m glad there was some positive results. Won’t be taking on the 2nd book, but that’s just me. The book is compelling if you’re into gothic tragedy.

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