Sunday, October 16, 2016

Review on The Flip by Michael Phillip Cash

I was recently on a site that I use to find prospective companies or authors looking for honest opinions and stumbled upon an intriguing book.  The cover attracted me to the book because it has a spooky, supernatural vibe to it.  I had never heard of this author before but the description of the book finished luring me in.

Julie and Brad Evans are a young married couple who met at a singles mixer. Julie is driven and somewhat impulsive.  Brad is retired from the military and after 2 tours in Afghanistan thinks he has seen it all and just wants a nice, quiet, life with his wife.   They begin flipping houses with the intention that Julie can eventually quit her job and devote themselves to flipping houses as a career. They seem to be progressing at a nice speed until they purchase the house on Bedlam St.  All of a sudden everything seems to change.  The house itself is a huge Victorian mansion with a lot of history and comes with some unexpected guests.

Tessa and Gerald have been dancing around each other for what seems like forever.  Gerald has been waiting for what seems like forever for Tessa to realize how much she needs him but she just wants everyone else.  Once she sets her sights on Brad things take a turn for the worse.  She starts trying to find ways to get rid of Julie and get Brad to notice her.  This would be much easier for her if she was not as ghost.

I am not going to give away too much of the plot but this book had me hooked from the prologue.  It was easy to read and very engaging.  I really liked the way the story unfolded.  Even better when I  got this book I also got a second one by the Author ( see pic below) and can not wait to get started on it.  I just can't say enough about how great this book was!

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