Review of “Dark Shadows: Wolf Moon Rising”, by Lara Parker

I am a former Dark Shadows Fan so I thought I would reblog this

Kitty Muse and Me

Old friends and new, vile fiends.  The living, the dead, the undead, and the immortal all existing together in the strange tapestry known as Collinwood.  No one is as he or she seems, and secrets are as palpable and elusive as the shadows that lurk in every corner.

Quentin’s portrait is missing, and with every passing hour, his chances for a normal existence grow slimmer and slimmer.  He blames Antoinette, who in turn blames her daughter, Jackie, for the disappearance of this most important piece of artwork.

David Collins, besotted by Jackie’s mysterious aura, has sworn to do everything in his power to help her find the picture and return it to its rightful owner.  But the only clue is a vision that Jackie has of its location, and it is not very clear.

Meanwhile, other denizens of the paranormal are seeping out of the foundation of the house.  Barnabas, who…

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