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Winter's Shadow - M.J. Hearle I’d wanted to read Winter’s Shadow for a while now, when I heard that the Paranormal Wasteland’s blog was doing a blog tour of this book I signed up immediately. Winter has been assigned the task of taking photographs of Pilgrim’s Lament, one of the oldest church buildings in Owl Mountain for the school paper. Winter had taken a couple of great shots and was almost done until she sees a beautiful man standing outside the church. Winter feels herself being drawn to the stranger, whilst distracted by this alluring stranger, Winter manages to trip over a piece of timbre and then bangs into a column of the church causing the roof of the old church to collapse. As everything begins to fall around her, Winter thinks her days are numbered, there’s no way she can escape now, but she finds herself lying outside the church still in one piece. The strange man had saved her, but how could he have saved her so quickly? Since that eventful day strange things have been happening, Winter’s sure she can see dark shapes and shadows lurking about and things which she’s sure she’s seen before either in her dreams or on the TV and she always seems to have a sense of foreboding and what is Blake the mysterious stranger hiding?I really was looking forward to reading Winter’s Shadow, but I just couldn’t get into it, I nearly gave up a few times, but decided to trudge along. I found Blake infuriatingly secretive and was interested in finding out what the deal was with him. The pace of the story did pick up ever so slightly in the second half of the book, but sadly not enough for me to increase my ratings for this book. I also think that one of the reasons I didn’t enjoy this book as much is because my enthusiasm I once had for paranormal books has simmered down considerably from before. Thank you to Paranormal Wastelands and M.J Hearle for giving me this opportunity to read this book. If you’re interested in reading this book, you can still sign up here