I can't believe that I'm up to book number 12 in this series. I love these characters and can't wait until I can read the next.
This book did catch me a bit off guard. Dimity seems to have a harder edge in her writing to Lori. Not that Lori doesn,t need it, but Dimity has always been the soft sympathetic ear that Lori desperately needs.
As Lori is trying to recuperate from her near death experience with Abbadon, Bill decides to literally take the bull by the horns and sends Lori and the boys as far away from Finch as possible. That being a ranch in Bluebell, Colorado. Lori's not too sure about this, picturing a shack but what the Aerie turns out to be is a spectacular home perched over an abandoned mine. But this isn't the quirky part, that lies in the people of Bluebird itself. They all remarkably resemble Lori's friends back in Finch. Even Dimity thinks that Lori has finally lost it, that is until she, Dimity, meets her own counterpart.
When Lori finds out that the homes owners left in a hurry vowing to never return, everyone in town talking about the curse and the twins start picking up bad language that they swear they hear in their room at night -- the overly curious Lori embarks on getting to the bottom of this. With the help of the caretaker they enter the mine that should have been closed off years ago.