The House on Foster Hill

The House on Foster Hill

Kaine Prescott is no stranger to death. When her husband died two years ago, her pleas for further investigation into his suspicious death fell on deaf ears. In desperate need of a fresh start, Kaine purchases an old house sight unseen in her grandfather's Wisconsin hometown. But one look at the eerie, abandoned house immediately leaves her questioning her rash decision. A Kaine Prescott is no stranger to death. When her husband died two years ago, her pleas for further investigation into his...

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Title:The House on Foster Hill
Author:Jaime Jo Wright
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Genres:Mystery
ISBN:076423028X
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:364 pages pages

The House on Foster Hill Reviews

  • Cara Putman
    Jun 27, 2017

    BethanyHouseBloggers MY BLOG: Melissa Martin's Reading List ...

    EXCERPT: It was long rumored that the Foster Hill oak tree was not only the largest but also the oldest tree in Oakwood. While its top rose to a marvelous height, it was still dead and its branches never blossomed. The trunk was very wide at the base and split open to reveal a hollow i...

    Oh, a new author to follow! :) I wasn't sure what I was getting into, with the spooky tones, but I really, really loved the mystery that is strewn through the story, parallel in the two time frames as each character (Ivy and Kaine) probes into the mysterious secrets surrounding the des...

    Riveting! With its dual storyline connected by a single house and the women it touched, Jaime Jo Wright delivers double the suspense, double the romance, and double the reasons to keep turning the pages far into the night. The House on Foster Hill has it all: robust characters, twists ...

    ???? / 5 This might actually be more of a ?????, but I decided to go with a solid 4. My reviews and other random thoughts can also be seen at ----------------------> https://readingbetweenwinessite.wordp... The House on Foster Hill was a SUPER fas...

    This was an intriguing dual mystery, though I had hoped for a bit more suspense. It's told from two points of view. In the present day we have Kaine, still grieving the loss of her husband and looking for a new start away from old memories and a stalker. Her husband's death had been ru...

    What a great book! If you are looking for a romantic thriller with some history behind it that ties up beautifully in the end, then this is the book for you! I am so glad I chose this for by Bookbum read for January because not only was it amazing but the whole purpose of the January r...

    Guys, this book is so amazing (I was so honored to be able to read snippets of it in its baby stage?can't wait to get my fingers on a real, deal hard copy). Romance TONS of suspense and a mystery that will have you up all night until you're finished! This is one that you need to put ...

    This book kept me riveted! I love mysterious stories that are tied in with old houses, and this one had some amazing plot twists. Also, as an aside, I really loved the character of Grant Jesse. Wright has a really fresh way of writing that enabled me to "see" the setting and characters...

    I loved this book, the mystery surrounding the home, and the intertwining timelines. With dual plotlines that collide in the spooky house on Foster Hill Jaime Jo Wright has created a story that will delight historical and contemporary mystery readers. There are hints of romance, su...

  • Dana Blazsek
    Aug 25, 2017

    BethanyHouseBloggers MY BLOG: Melissa Martin's Reading List ...

    EXCERPT: It was long rumored that the Foster Hill oak tree was not only the largest but also the oldest tree in Oakwood. While its top rose to a marvelous height, it was still dead and its branches never blossomed. The trunk was very wide at the base and split open to reveal a hollow i...

    Oh, a new author to follow! :) I wasn't sure what I was getting into, with the spooky tones, but I really, really loved the mystery that is strewn through the story, parallel in the two time frames as each character (Ivy and Kaine) probes into the mysterious secrets surrounding the des...

    Riveting! With its dual storyline connected by a single house and the women it touched, Jaime Jo Wright delivers double the suspense, double the romance, and double the reasons to keep turning the pages far into the night. The House on Foster Hill has it all: robust characters, twists ...

    ???? / 5 This might actually be more of a ?????, but I decided to go with a solid 4. My reviews and other random thoughts can also be seen at ----------------------> https://readingbetweenwinessite.wordp... The House on Foster Hill was a SUPER fas...

    This was an intriguing dual mystery, though I had hoped for a bit more suspense. It's told from two points of view. In the present day we have Kaine, still grieving the loss of her husband and looking for a new start away from old memories and a stalker. Her husband's death had been ru...

    What a great book! If you are looking for a romantic thriller with some history behind it that ties up beautifully in the end, then this is the book for you! I am so glad I chose this for by Bookbum read for January because not only was it amazing but the whole purpose of the January r...

    Guys, this book is so amazing (I was so honored to be able to read snippets of it in its baby stage?can't wait to get my fingers on a real, deal hard copy). Romance TONS of suspense and a mystery that will have you up all night until you're finished! This is one that you need to put ...

    This book kept me riveted! I love mysterious stories that are tied in with old houses, and this one had some amazing plot twists. Also, as an aside, I really loved the character of Grant Jesse. Wright has a really fresh way of writing that enabled me to "see" the setting and characters...

    I loved this book, the mystery surrounding the home, and the intertwining timelines. With dual plotlines that collide in the spooky house on Foster Hill Jaime Jo Wright has created a story that will delight historical and contemporary mystery readers. There are hints of romance, su...

    This novel! Wow! The House on Foster Hill was, without a doubt, one of the best suspenseful tales that I have read in ages! It was decidedly spooky and thoroughly engrossing, with storylines that kept me captivated. The events that plagued the women in this time-split story were one...

    Gripping! This book held me spellbound. The only thing that kept me from reading this in one sitting was the obligations of work and family. Debut author, Jaime Jo Wright, demonstrates skill one usually finds in a more experienced author. Her ability to tell a story with dual timel...

    The House on Foster Hill, Jaime Jo Wright?s debut novel, is a riveting twist on the gothic novel, and it?s deliciously intense! The dual timelines add to the intensity, and the writing is vivid and multi-dimensional. The layers in both eras, centered around the abandoned house and ...

    In her debut novel, Jaime Jo Wright invites readers on a chilling journey buried in secrets, murder, and a mystery shrouded in a century old house. I could not wait to get my hands on this story. Not since Agatha Christie have I read a haunting mystery that's left me rattled enough ...

    Suspense is not my go to genre when reading but do enjoy a good suspense once in a while. I have read Jamie Jo Wright's novellas in collections with other authors but this is her debut full length book and I would never know it's a debut by her writing. Very intense scenes and the mood...

    This is one debut book that you had better get a copy of right away! I never put this book down until the very last page. I could not turn the pages fast enough. It was such a, I don't want to say creepy read that's not the word that I am looking for, it was suspenseful, no wait it ...

    The House on Foster Hill is by debut author Jamie Jo and what a read! Between plot twists, mystery, suspense and incredible details, this book will captivate you, while holding your attention between two time periods. Written in a dual plot lines with immense attention to detail, this ...

    Thank you to Netgalley and Bethany House Publishers for this ARC. In a debut novel, Jamie Jo Wright, tells a story told in two different time periods. Ivy tells the story in 1906. Outside the house on Foster Hill, a body has been found-- stuffed into a hollow tree. The girl is ...

  • Irene
    Aug 18, 2017

    BethanyHouseBloggers MY BLOG: Melissa Martin's Reading List ...

    EXCERPT: It was long rumored that the Foster Hill oak tree was not only the largest but also the oldest tree in Oakwood. While its top rose to a marvelous height, it was still dead and its branches never blossomed. The trunk was very wide at the base and split open to reveal a hollow i...

    Oh, a new author to follow! :) I wasn't sure what I was getting into, with the spooky tones, but I really, really loved the mystery that is strewn through the story, parallel in the two time frames as each character (Ivy and Kaine) probes into the mysterious secrets surrounding the des...

    Riveting! With its dual storyline connected by a single house and the women it touched, Jaime Jo Wright delivers double the suspense, double the romance, and double the reasons to keep turning the pages far into the night. The House on Foster Hill has it all: robust characters, twists ...

    ???? / 5 This might actually be more of a ?????, but I decided to go with a solid 4. My reviews and other random thoughts can also be seen at ----------------------> https://readingbetweenwinessite.wordp... The House on Foster Hill was a SUPER fas...

    This was an intriguing dual mystery, though I had hoped for a bit more suspense. It's told from two points of view. In the present day we have Kaine, still grieving the loss of her husband and looking for a new start away from old memories and a stalker. Her husband's death had been ru...

  • Brandy
    Feb 23, 2017

    BethanyHouseBloggers MY BLOG: Melissa Martin's Reading List ...

    EXCERPT: It was long rumored that the Foster Hill oak tree was not only the largest but also the oldest tree in Oakwood. While its top rose to a marvelous height, it was still dead and its branches never blossomed. The trunk was very wide at the base and split open to reveal a hollow i...

    Oh, a new author to follow! :) I wasn't sure what I was getting into, with the spooky tones, but I really, really loved the mystery that is strewn through the story, parallel in the two time frames as each character (Ivy and Kaine) probes into the mysterious secrets surrounding the des...

    Riveting! With its dual storyline connected by a single house and the women it touched, Jaime Jo Wright delivers double the suspense, double the romance, and double the reasons to keep turning the pages far into the night. The House on Foster Hill has it all: robust characters, twists ...

    ???? / 5 This might actually be more of a ?????, but I decided to go with a solid 4. My reviews and other random thoughts can also be seen at ----------------------> https://readingbetweenwinessite.wordp... The House on Foster Hill was a SUPER fas...

    This was an intriguing dual mystery, though I had hoped for a bit more suspense. It's told from two points of view. In the present day we have Kaine, still grieving the loss of her husband and looking for a new start away from old memories and a stalker. Her husband's death had been ru...

    What a great book! If you are looking for a romantic thriller with some history behind it that ties up beautifully in the end, then this is the book for you! I am so glad I chose this for by Bookbum read for January because not only was it amazing but the whole purpose of the January r...

    Guys, this book is so amazing (I was so honored to be able to read snippets of it in its baby stage?can't wait to get my fingers on a real, deal hard copy). Romance TONS of suspense and a mystery that will have you up all night until you're finished! This is one that you need to put ...

    This book kept me riveted! I love mysterious stories that are tied in with old houses, and this one had some amazing plot twists. Also, as an aside, I really loved the character of Grant Jesse. Wright has a really fresh way of writing that enabled me to "see" the setting and characters...

    I loved this book, the mystery surrounding the home, and the intertwining timelines. With dual plotlines that collide in the spooky house on Foster Hill Jaime Jo Wright has created a story that will delight historical and contemporary mystery readers. There are hints of romance, su...

    This novel! Wow! The House on Foster Hill was, without a doubt, one of the best suspenseful tales that I have read in ages! It was decidedly spooky and thoroughly engrossing, with storylines that kept me captivated. The events that plagued the women in this time-split story were one...

    Gripping! This book held me spellbound. The only thing that kept me from reading this in one sitting was the obligations of work and family. Debut author, Jaime Jo Wright, demonstrates skill one usually finds in a more experienced author. Her ability to tell a story with dual timel...

    The House on Foster Hill, Jaime Jo Wright?s debut novel, is a riveting twist on the gothic novel, and it?s deliciously intense! The dual timelines add to the intensity, and the writing is vivid and multi-dimensional. The layers in both eras, centered around the abandoned house and ...

    In her debut novel, Jaime Jo Wright invites readers on a chilling journey buried in secrets, murder, and a mystery shrouded in a century old house. I could not wait to get my hands on this story. Not since Agatha Christie have I read a haunting mystery that's left me rattled enough ...

    Suspense is not my go to genre when reading but do enjoy a good suspense once in a while. I have read Jamie Jo Wright's novellas in collections with other authors but this is her debut full length book and I would never know it's a debut by her writing. Very intense scenes and the mood...

    This is one debut book that you had better get a copy of right away! I never put this book down until the very last page. I could not turn the pages fast enough. It was such a, I don't want to say creepy read that's not the word that I am looking for, it was suspenseful, no wait it ...

    The House on Foster Hill is by debut author Jamie Jo and what a read! Between plot twists, mystery, suspense and incredible details, this book will captivate you, while holding your attention between two time periods. Written in a dual plot lines with immense attention to detail, this ...

    Thank you to Netgalley and Bethany House Publishers for this ARC. In a debut novel, Jamie Jo Wright, tells a story told in two different time periods. Ivy tells the story in 1906. Outside the house on Foster Hill, a body has been found-- stuffed into a hollow tree. The girl is ...

    What a mysterious debut! This time slip novel told the story of current day Kaine Prescott and early 1900's Ivy Thorpe. The story was set in Oakwood, Wisconsin and primarily at the eerie House on Foster Hill. The author does a nice job of connecting the two women's stories and I ...

    This is the first book I have read by Jamie Jo Wright. I stepped out of my comfort zone, I usually don't go for suspense or mystery BUT I really enjoyed this story. I am also not a big fan of dual story lines BUT again this was a wonderful and intriguing novel. I love the cover. It rea...

    This review and others can be found on BW Book Reviews. 1/5 - DNF at 41% Thanks to Netgalley for providing me with an advance copy of this book! It, in no way, influenced my opinions. I basically requested this book because of the title, description, and cover. They interested me...

    I received a free copy via NetGalley. I had a good feeling about the book when I first picked it up - an interesting blurb that promised an intertwined story of two women who are mysteriously connected through an abandoned, old house in rural Wisconsin. Without giving too much aw...

    I was excited to read this book after reading the synopsis and the first few chapters were quite promising, as they were pretty creepy. However, I felt that the mystery and suspense that should have been in this book just never really came to be. I did like both of the main characters,...

    Uhhhh I read this book in one night. Mainly because it was too intense to put it down without resolution. It's dark. Pretty dark for Christian fiction but there's hope and a good faith thread woven in. But did I mention it's intense and dark? Lol. Enjoy! ...

    This is not your grandma?s Christian Fiction. A bit on the dark side, a bit brave as it broadens the scope of the genre, and I always love something new and fresh in what I read. There was a lot going on (some I loved and some not so much, though only a personal preference) but the t...

    Wow! This book has countless mysteries, tons of suspense, some romance, history and much more! I couldn't believe how much was packed into this book - especially a debut novel! I have to admit I was a little unsure about it since I had heard it was a little darker than I usually rea...

    2/3/2018: Now I've indeed read it, and it more than lives up to expectations. Off to pre-order The Reckoning at Gossamer Pond. -- 2/23/2017: I don't normally rate books I haven't read, but Goodreads does allow us to rate how we think a book will be. I think this one will be amazi...

  • Christen E.
    Mar 08, 2017

    BethanyHouseBloggers MY BLOG: Melissa Martin's Reading List ...

    EXCERPT: It was long rumored that the Foster Hill oak tree was not only the largest but also the oldest tree in Oakwood. While its top rose to a marvelous height, it was still dead and its branches never blossomed. The trunk was very wide at the base and split open to reveal a hollow i...

    Oh, a new author to follow! :) I wasn't sure what I was getting into, with the spooky tones, but I really, really loved the mystery that is strewn through the story, parallel in the two time frames as each character (Ivy and Kaine) probes into the mysterious secrets surrounding the des...

    Riveting! With its dual storyline connected by a single house and the women it touched, Jaime Jo Wright delivers double the suspense, double the romance, and double the reasons to keep turning the pages far into the night. The House on Foster Hill has it all: robust characters, twists ...

    ???? / 5 This might actually be more of a ?????, but I decided to go with a solid 4. My reviews and other random thoughts can also be seen at ----------------------> https://readingbetweenwinessite.wordp... The House on Foster Hill was a SUPER fas...

    This was an intriguing dual mystery, though I had hoped for a bit more suspense. It's told from two points of view. In the present day we have Kaine, still grieving the loss of her husband and looking for a new start away from old memories and a stalker. Her husband's death had been ru...

    What a great book! If you are looking for a romantic thriller with some history behind it that ties up beautifully in the end, then this is the book for you! I am so glad I chose this for by Bookbum read for January because not only was it amazing but the whole purpose of the January r...

    Guys, this book is so amazing (I was so honored to be able to read snippets of it in its baby stage?can't wait to get my fingers on a real, deal hard copy). Romance TONS of suspense and a mystery that will have you up all night until you're finished! This is one that you need to put ...

  • Reading.Between.Wines
    Nov 19, 2017

    BethanyHouseBloggers MY BLOG: Melissa Martin's Reading List ...

    EXCERPT: It was long rumored that the Foster Hill oak tree was not only the largest but also the oldest tree in Oakwood. While its top rose to a marvelous height, it was still dead and its branches never blossomed. The trunk was very wide at the base and split open to reveal a hollow i...

    Oh, a new author to follow! :) I wasn't sure what I was getting into, with the spooky tones, but I really, really loved the mystery that is strewn through the story, parallel in the two time frames as each character (Ivy and Kaine) probes into the mysterious secrets surrounding the des...

    Riveting! With its dual storyline connected by a single house and the women it touched, Jaime Jo Wright delivers double the suspense, double the romance, and double the reasons to keep turning the pages far into the night. The House on Foster Hill has it all: robust characters, twists ...

    ???? / 5 This might actually be more of a ?????, but I decided to go with a solid 4. My reviews and other random thoughts can also be seen at ----------------------> https://readingbetweenwinessite.wordp... The House on Foster Hill was a SUPER fas...

  • Carrie Schmidt (Reading is My SuperPower)
    Jan 21, 2018

    BethanyHouseBloggers MY BLOG: Melissa Martin's Reading List ...

    EXCERPT: It was long rumored that the Foster Hill oak tree was not only the largest but also the oldest tree in Oakwood. While its top rose to a marvelous height, it was still dead and its branches never blossomed. The trunk was very wide at the base and split open to reveal a hollow i...

    Oh, a new author to follow! :) I wasn't sure what I was getting into, with the spooky tones, but I really, really loved the mystery that is strewn through the story, parallel in the two time frames as each character (Ivy and Kaine) probes into the mysterious secrets surrounding the des...

    Riveting! With its dual storyline connected by a single house and the women it touched, Jaime Jo Wright delivers double the suspense, double the romance, and double the reasons to keep turning the pages far into the night. The House on Foster Hill has it all: robust characters, twists ...

    ???? / 5 This might actually be more of a ?????, but I decided to go with a solid 4. My reviews and other random thoughts can also be seen at ----------------------> https://readingbetweenwinessite.wordp... The House on Foster Hill was a SUPER fas...

    This was an intriguing dual mystery, though I had hoped for a bit more suspense. It's told from two points of view. In the present day we have Kaine, still grieving the loss of her husband and looking for a new start away from old memories and a stalker. Her husband's death had been ru...

    What a great book! If you are looking for a romantic thriller with some history behind it that ties up beautifully in the end, then this is the book for you! I am so glad I chose this for by Bookbum read for January because not only was it amazing but the whole purpose of the January r...

    Guys, this book is so amazing (I was so honored to be able to read snippets of it in its baby stage?can't wait to get my fingers on a real, deal hard copy). Romance TONS of suspense and a mystery that will have you up all night until you're finished! This is one that you need to put ...

    This book kept me riveted! I love mysterious stories that are tied in with old houses, and this one had some amazing plot twists. Also, as an aside, I really loved the character of Grant Jesse. Wright has a really fresh way of writing that enabled me to "see" the setting and characters...

    I loved this book, the mystery surrounding the home, and the intertwining timelines. With dual plotlines that collide in the spooky house on Foster Hill Jaime Jo Wright has created a story that will delight historical and contemporary mystery readers. There are hints of romance, su...

    This novel! Wow! The House on Foster Hill was, without a doubt, one of the best suspenseful tales that I have read in ages! It was decidedly spooky and thoroughly engrossing, with storylines that kept me captivated. The events that plagued the women in this time-split story were one...

    Gripping! This book held me spellbound. The only thing that kept me from reading this in one sitting was the obligations of work and family. Debut author, Jaime Jo Wright, demonstrates skill one usually finds in a more experienced author. Her ability to tell a story with dual timel...

    The House on Foster Hill, Jaime Jo Wright?s debut novel, is a riveting twist on the gothic novel, and it?s deliciously intense! The dual timelines add to the intensity, and the writing is vivid and multi-dimensional. The layers in both eras, centered around the abandoned house and ...

  • Jocelyn Green
    Jun 21, 2017

    BethanyHouseBloggers MY BLOG: Melissa Martin's Reading List ...

    EXCERPT: It was long rumored that the Foster Hill oak tree was not only the largest but also the oldest tree in Oakwood. While its top rose to a marvelous height, it was still dead and its branches never blossomed. The trunk was very wide at the base and split open to reveal a hollow i...

    Oh, a new author to follow! :) I wasn't sure what I was getting into, with the spooky tones, but I really, really loved the mystery that is strewn through the story, parallel in the two time frames as each character (Ivy and Kaine) probes into the mysterious secrets surrounding the des...

    Riveting! With its dual storyline connected by a single house and the women it touched, Jaime Jo Wright delivers double the suspense, double the romance, and double the reasons to keep turning the pages far into the night. The House on Foster Hill has it all: robust characters, twists ...

  • Heather Gilbert
    Sep 10, 2017

    BethanyHouseBloggers MY BLOG: Melissa Martin's Reading List ...

    EXCERPT: It was long rumored that the Foster Hill oak tree was not only the largest but also the oldest tree in Oakwood. While its top rose to a marvelous height, it was still dead and its branches never blossomed. The trunk was very wide at the base and split open to reveal a hollow i...

    Oh, a new author to follow! :) I wasn't sure what I was getting into, with the spooky tones, but I really, really loved the mystery that is strewn through the story, parallel in the two time frames as each character (Ivy and Kaine) probes into the mysterious secrets surrounding the des...

    Riveting! With its dual storyline connected by a single house and the women it touched, Jaime Jo Wright delivers double the suspense, double the romance, and double the reasons to keep turning the pages far into the night. The House on Foster Hill has it all: robust characters, twists ...

    ???? / 5 This might actually be more of a ?????, but I decided to go with a solid 4. My reviews and other random thoughts can also be seen at ----------------------> https://readingbetweenwinessite.wordp... The House on Foster Hill was a SUPER fas...

    This was an intriguing dual mystery, though I had hoped for a bit more suspense. It's told from two points of view. In the present day we have Kaine, still grieving the loss of her husband and looking for a new start away from old memories and a stalker. Her husband's death had been ru...

    What a great book! If you are looking for a romantic thriller with some history behind it that ties up beautifully in the end, then this is the book for you! I am so glad I chose this for by Bookbum read for January because not only was it amazing but the whole purpose of the January r...

    Guys, this book is so amazing (I was so honored to be able to read snippets of it in its baby stage?can't wait to get my fingers on a real, deal hard copy). Romance TONS of suspense and a mystery that will have you up all night until you're finished! This is one that you need to put ...

    This book kept me riveted! I love mysterious stories that are tied in with old houses, and this one had some amazing plot twists. Also, as an aside, I really loved the character of Grant Jesse. Wright has a really fresh way of writing that enabled me to "see" the setting and characters...

  • Cathy Daniel
    Nov 15, 2017

    BethanyHouseBloggers MY BLOG: Melissa Martin's Reading List ...

    EXCERPT: It was long rumored that the Foster Hill oak tree was not only the largest but also the oldest tree in Oakwood. While its top rose to a marvelous height, it was still dead and its branches never blossomed. The trunk was very wide at the base and split open to reveal a hollow i...

    Oh, a new author to follow! :) I wasn't sure what I was getting into, with the spooky tones, but I really, really loved the mystery that is strewn through the story, parallel in the two time frames as each character (Ivy and Kaine) probes into the mysterious secrets surrounding the des...

    Riveting! With its dual storyline connected by a single house and the women it touched, Jaime Jo Wright delivers double the suspense, double the romance, and double the reasons to keep turning the pages far into the night. The House on Foster Hill has it all: robust characters, twists ...

    ???? / 5 This might actually be more of a ?????, but I decided to go with a solid 4. My reviews and other random thoughts can also be seen at ----------------------> https://readingbetweenwinessite.wordp... The House on Foster Hill was a SUPER fas...

    This was an intriguing dual mystery, though I had hoped for a bit more suspense. It's told from two points of view. In the present day we have Kaine, still grieving the loss of her husband and looking for a new start away from old memories and a stalker. Her husband's death had been ru...

    What a great book! If you are looking for a romantic thriller with some history behind it that ties up beautifully in the end, then this is the book for you! I am so glad I chose this for by Bookbum read for January because not only was it amazing but the whole purpose of the January r...

    Guys, this book is so amazing (I was so honored to be able to read snippets of it in its baby stage?can't wait to get my fingers on a real, deal hard copy). Romance TONS of suspense and a mystery that will have you up all night until you're finished! This is one that you need to put ...

    This book kept me riveted! I love mysterious stories that are tied in with old houses, and this one had some amazing plot twists. Also, as an aside, I really loved the character of Grant Jesse. Wright has a really fresh way of writing that enabled me to "see" the setting and characters...

    I loved this book, the mystery surrounding the home, and the intertwining timelines. With dual plotlines that collide in the spooky house on Foster Hill Jaime Jo Wright has created a story that will delight historical and contemporary mystery readers. There are hints of romance, su...

    This novel! Wow! The House on Foster Hill was, without a doubt, one of the best suspenseful tales that I have read in ages! It was decidedly spooky and thoroughly engrossing, with storylines that kept me captivated. The events that plagued the women in this time-split story were one...

    Gripping! This book held me spellbound. The only thing that kept me from reading this in one sitting was the obligations of work and family. Debut author, Jaime Jo Wright, demonstrates skill one usually finds in a more experienced author. Her ability to tell a story with dual timel...

    The House on Foster Hill, Jaime Jo Wright?s debut novel, is a riveting twist on the gothic novel, and it?s deliciously intense! The dual timelines add to the intensity, and the writing is vivid and multi-dimensional. The layers in both eras, centered around the abandoned house and ...

    In her debut novel, Jaime Jo Wright invites readers on a chilling journey buried in secrets, murder, and a mystery shrouded in a century old house. I could not wait to get my hands on this story. Not since Agatha Christie have I read a haunting mystery that's left me rattled enough ...

    Suspense is not my go to genre when reading but do enjoy a good suspense once in a while. I have read Jamie Jo Wright's novellas in collections with other authors but this is her debut full length book and I would never know it's a debut by her writing. Very intense scenes and the mood...

    This is one debut book that you had better get a copy of right away! I never put this book down until the very last page. I could not turn the pages fast enough. It was such a, I don't want to say creepy read that's not the word that I am looking for, it was suspenseful, no wait it ...

    The House on Foster Hill is by debut author Jamie Jo and what a read! Between plot twists, mystery, suspense and incredible details, this book will captivate you, while holding your attention between two time periods. Written in a dual plot lines with immense attention to detail, this ...

    Thank you to Netgalley and Bethany House Publishers for this ARC. In a debut novel, Jamie Jo Wright, tells a story told in two different time periods. Ivy tells the story in 1906. Outside the house on Foster Hill, a body has been found-- stuffed into a hollow tree. The girl is ...

    What a mysterious debut! This time slip novel told the story of current day Kaine Prescott and early 1900's Ivy Thorpe. The story was set in Oakwood, Wisconsin and primarily at the eerie House on Foster Hill. The author does a nice job of connecting the two women's stories and I ...

    This is the first book I have read by Jamie Jo Wright. I stepped out of my comfort zone, I usually don't go for suspense or mystery BUT I really enjoyed this story. I am also not a big fan of dual story lines BUT again this was a wonderful and intriguing novel. I love the cover. It rea...

    This review and others can be found on BW Book Reviews. 1/5 - DNF at 41% Thanks to Netgalley for providing me with an advance copy of this book! It, in no way, influenced my opinions. I basically requested this book because of the title, description, and cover. They interested me...

    I received a free copy via NetGalley. I had a good feeling about the book when I first picked it up - an interesting blurb that promised an intertwined story of two women who are mysteriously connected through an abandoned, old house in rural Wisconsin. Without giving too much aw...

    I was excited to read this book after reading the synopsis and the first few chapters were quite promising, as they were pretty creepy. However, I felt that the mystery and suspense that should have been in this book just never really came to be. I did like both of the main characters,...

    Uhhhh I read this book in one night. Mainly because it was too intense to put it down without resolution. It's dark. Pretty dark for Christian fiction but there's hope and a good faith thread woven in. But did I mention it's intense and dark? Lol. Enjoy! ...

  • Kathrin
    Oct 03, 2017

    BethanyHouseBloggers MY BLOG: Melissa Martin's Reading List ...

    EXCERPT: It was long rumored that the Foster Hill oak tree was not only the largest but also the oldest tree in Oakwood. While its top rose to a marvelous height, it was still dead and its branches never blossomed. The trunk was very wide at the base and split open to reveal a hollow i...

    Oh, a new author to follow! :) I wasn't sure what I was getting into, with the spooky tones, but I really, really loved the mystery that is strewn through the story, parallel in the two time frames as each character (Ivy and Kaine) probes into the mysterious secrets surrounding the des...

    Riveting! With its dual storyline connected by a single house and the women it touched, Jaime Jo Wright delivers double the suspense, double the romance, and double the reasons to keep turning the pages far into the night. The House on Foster Hill has it all: robust characters, twists ...

    ???? / 5 This might actually be more of a ?????, but I decided to go with a solid 4. My reviews and other random thoughts can also be seen at ----------------------> https://readingbetweenwinessite.wordp... The House on Foster Hill was a SUPER fas...

    This was an intriguing dual mystery, though I had hoped for a bit more suspense. It's told from two points of view. In the present day we have Kaine, still grieving the loss of her husband and looking for a new start away from old memories and a stalker. Her husband's death had been ru...

    What a great book! If you are looking for a romantic thriller with some history behind it that ties up beautifully in the end, then this is the book for you! I am so glad I chose this for by Bookbum read for January because not only was it amazing but the whole purpose of the January r...

    Guys, this book is so amazing (I was so honored to be able to read snippets of it in its baby stage?can't wait to get my fingers on a real, deal hard copy). Romance TONS of suspense and a mystery that will have you up all night until you're finished! This is one that you need to put ...

    This book kept me riveted! I love mysterious stories that are tied in with old houses, and this one had some amazing plot twists. Also, as an aside, I really loved the character of Grant Jesse. Wright has a really fresh way of writing that enabled me to "see" the setting and characters...

    I loved this book, the mystery surrounding the home, and the intertwining timelines. With dual plotlines that collide in the spooky house on Foster Hill Jaime Jo Wright has created a story that will delight historical and contemporary mystery readers. There are hints of romance, su...

    This novel! Wow! The House on Foster Hill was, without a doubt, one of the best suspenseful tales that I have read in ages! It was decidedly spooky and thoroughly engrossing, with storylines that kept me captivated. The events that plagued the women in this time-split story were one...

    Gripping! This book held me spellbound. The only thing that kept me from reading this in one sitting was the obligations of work and family. Debut author, Jaime Jo Wright, demonstrates skill one usually finds in a more experienced author. Her ability to tell a story with dual timel...

    The House on Foster Hill, Jaime Jo Wright?s debut novel, is a riveting twist on the gothic novel, and it?s deliciously intense! The dual timelines add to the intensity, and the writing is vivid and multi-dimensional. The layers in both eras, centered around the abandoned house and ...

    In her debut novel, Jaime Jo Wright invites readers on a chilling journey buried in secrets, murder, and a mystery shrouded in a century old house. I could not wait to get my hands on this story. Not since Agatha Christie have I read a haunting mystery that's left me rattled enough ...

    Suspense is not my go to genre when reading but do enjoy a good suspense once in a while. I have read Jamie Jo Wright's novellas in collections with other authors but this is her debut full length book and I would never know it's a debut by her writing. Very intense scenes and the mood...

    This is one debut book that you had better get a copy of right away! I never put this book down until the very last page. I could not turn the pages fast enough. It was such a, I don't want to say creepy read that's not the word that I am looking for, it was suspenseful, no wait it ...

    The House on Foster Hill is by debut author Jamie Jo and what a read! Between plot twists, mystery, suspense and incredible details, this book will captivate you, while holding your attention between two time periods. Written in a dual plot lines with immense attention to detail, this ...

    Thank you to Netgalley and Bethany House Publishers for this ARC. In a debut novel, Jamie Jo Wright, tells a story told in two different time periods. Ivy tells the story in 1906. Outside the house on Foster Hill, a body has been found-- stuffed into a hollow tree. The girl is ...

    What a mysterious debut! This time slip novel told the story of current day Kaine Prescott and early 1900's Ivy Thorpe. The story was set in Oakwood, Wisconsin and primarily at the eerie House on Foster Hill. The author does a nice job of connecting the two women's stories and I ...

    This is the first book I have read by Jamie Jo Wright. I stepped out of my comfort zone, I usually don't go for suspense or mystery BUT I really enjoyed this story. I am also not a big fan of dual story lines BUT again this was a wonderful and intriguing novel. I love the cover. It rea...

    This review and others can be found on BW Book Reviews. 1/5 - DNF at 41% Thanks to Netgalley for providing me with an advance copy of this book! It, in no way, influenced my opinions. I basically requested this book because of the title, description, and cover. They interested me...

    I received a free copy via NetGalley. I had a good feeling about the book when I first picked it up - an interesting blurb that promised an intertwined story of two women who are mysteriously connected through an abandoned, old house in rural Wisconsin. Without giving too much aw...

  • Mikal Dawn
    Oct 07, 2017

    BethanyHouseBloggers MY BLOG: Melissa Martin's Reading List ...

    EXCERPT: It was long rumored that the Foster Hill oak tree was not only the largest but also the oldest tree in Oakwood. While its top rose to a marvelous height, it was still dead and its branches never blossomed. The trunk was very wide at the base and split open to reveal a hollow i...

    Oh, a new author to follow! :) I wasn't sure what I was getting into, with the spooky tones, but I really, really loved the mystery that is strewn through the story, parallel in the two time frames as each character (Ivy and Kaine) probes into the mysterious secrets surrounding the des...

    Riveting! With its dual storyline connected by a single house and the women it touched, Jaime Jo Wright delivers double the suspense, double the romance, and double the reasons to keep turning the pages far into the night. The House on Foster Hill has it all: robust characters, twists ...

    ???? / 5 This might actually be more of a ?????, but I decided to go with a solid 4. My reviews and other random thoughts can also be seen at ----------------------> https://readingbetweenwinessite.wordp... The House on Foster Hill was a SUPER fas...

    This was an intriguing dual mystery, though I had hoped for a bit more suspense. It's told from two points of view. In the present day we have Kaine, still grieving the loss of her husband and looking for a new start away from old memories and a stalker. Her husband's death had been ru...

    What a great book! If you are looking for a romantic thriller with some history behind it that ties up beautifully in the end, then this is the book for you! I am so glad I chose this for by Bookbum read for January because not only was it amazing but the whole purpose of the January r...

    Guys, this book is so amazing (I was so honored to be able to read snippets of it in its baby stage?can't wait to get my fingers on a real, deal hard copy). Romance TONS of suspense and a mystery that will have you up all night until you're finished! This is one that you need to put ...

    This book kept me riveted! I love mysterious stories that are tied in with old houses, and this one had some amazing plot twists. Also, as an aside, I really loved the character of Grant Jesse. Wright has a really fresh way of writing that enabled me to "see" the setting and characters...

    I loved this book, the mystery surrounding the home, and the intertwining timelines. With dual plotlines that collide in the spooky house on Foster Hill Jaime Jo Wright has created a story that will delight historical and contemporary mystery readers. There are hints of romance, su...

    This novel! Wow! The House on Foster Hill was, without a doubt, one of the best suspenseful tales that I have read in ages! It was decidedly spooky and thoroughly engrossing, with storylines that kept me captivated. The events that plagued the women in this time-split story were one...

    Gripping! This book held me spellbound. The only thing that kept me from reading this in one sitting was the obligations of work and family. Debut author, Jaime Jo Wright, demonstrates skill one usually finds in a more experienced author. Her ability to tell a story with dual timel...

    The House on Foster Hill, Jaime Jo Wright?s debut novel, is a riveting twist on the gothic novel, and it?s deliciously intense! The dual timelines add to the intensity, and the writing is vivid and multi-dimensional. The layers in both eras, centered around the abandoned house and ...

    In her debut novel, Jaime Jo Wright invites readers on a chilling journey buried in secrets, murder, and a mystery shrouded in a century old house. I could not wait to get my hands on this story. Not since Agatha Christie have I read a haunting mystery that's left me rattled enough ...

    Suspense is not my go to genre when reading but do enjoy a good suspense once in a while. I have read Jamie Jo Wright's novellas in collections with other authors but this is her debut full length book and I would never know it's a debut by her writing. Very intense scenes and the mood...

    This is one debut book that you had better get a copy of right away! I never put this book down until the very last page. I could not turn the pages fast enough. It was such a, I don't want to say creepy read that's not the word that I am looking for, it was suspenseful, no wait it ...

    The House on Foster Hill is by debut author Jamie Jo and what a read! Between plot twists, mystery, suspense and incredible details, this book will captivate you, while holding your attention between two time periods. Written in a dual plot lines with immense attention to detail, this ...

    Thank you to Netgalley and Bethany House Publishers for this ARC. In a debut novel, Jamie Jo Wright, tells a story told in two different time periods. Ivy tells the story in 1906. Outside the house on Foster Hill, a body has been found-- stuffed into a hollow tree. The girl is ...

    What a mysterious debut! This time slip novel told the story of current day Kaine Prescott and early 1900's Ivy Thorpe. The story was set in Oakwood, Wisconsin and primarily at the eerie House on Foster Hill. The author does a nice job of connecting the two women's stories and I ...

    This is the first book I have read by Jamie Jo Wright. I stepped out of my comfort zone, I usually don't go for suspense or mystery BUT I really enjoyed this story. I am also not a big fan of dual story lines BUT again this was a wonderful and intriguing novel. I love the cover. It rea...

    This review and others can be found on BW Book Reviews. 1/5 - DNF at 41% Thanks to Netgalley for providing me with an advance copy of this book! It, in no way, influenced my opinions. I basically requested this book because of the title, description, and cover. They interested me...

    I received a free copy via NetGalley. I had a good feeling about the book when I first picked it up - an interesting blurb that promised an intertwined story of two women who are mysteriously connected through an abandoned, old house in rural Wisconsin. Without giving too much aw...

    I was excited to read this book after reading the synopsis and the first few chapters were quite promising, as they were pretty creepy. However, I felt that the mystery and suspense that should have been in this book just never really came to be. I did like both of the main characters,...

    Uhhhh I read this book in one night. Mainly because it was too intense to put it down without resolution. It's dark. Pretty dark for Christian fiction but there's hope and a good faith thread woven in. But did I mention it's intense and dark? Lol. Enjoy! ...

    This is not your grandma?s Christian Fiction. A bit on the dark side, a bit brave as it broadens the scope of the genre, and I always love something new and fresh in what I read. There was a lot going on (some I loved and some not so much, though only a personal preference) but the t...

    Wow! This book has countless mysteries, tons of suspense, some romance, history and much more! I couldn't believe how much was packed into this book - especially a debut novel! I have to admit I was a little unsure about it since I had heard it was a little darker than I usually rea...

    2/3/2018: Now I've indeed read it, and it more than lives up to expectations. Off to pre-order The Reckoning at Gossamer Pond. -- 2/23/2017: I don't normally rate books I haven't read, but Goodreads does allow us to rate how we think a book will be. I think this one will be amazi...

    Whew.... such an intense read! It gripped me from the start to the end, and I am just glad it all ended in good ways. I am exhausted after reading this book, but oh boy....what a great story! This book reminded me to always have hope (and faith) in Him, for His promises always fulfille...

    Already, in the early spring chill and the gray mist that rolled from the forest to the base of the tree, the girl was a mystery at risk of being lost for eternity. The house on Foster Hill is a place where loss and pain goes hand in hand with a touch of injustice and evil that ...

    It's taken me a while to figure out how to write this review because the book itself is so different and complex and beautiful and haunting. Jaime Jo Wright's debut (full-length) novel is amazing. It's intense--so intense, there were nights I had to put it aside and read something ...

  • Denise Hershberger
    Oct 05, 2017

    BethanyHouseBloggers MY BLOG: Melissa Martin's Reading List ...

    EXCERPT: It was long rumored that the Foster Hill oak tree was not only the largest but also the oldest tree in Oakwood. While its top rose to a marvelous height, it was still dead and its branches never blossomed. The trunk was very wide at the base and split open to reveal a hollow i...

    Oh, a new author to follow! :) I wasn't sure what I was getting into, with the spooky tones, but I really, really loved the mystery that is strewn through the story, parallel in the two time frames as each character (Ivy and Kaine) probes into the mysterious secrets surrounding the des...

    Riveting! With its dual storyline connected by a single house and the women it touched, Jaime Jo Wright delivers double the suspense, double the romance, and double the reasons to keep turning the pages far into the night. The House on Foster Hill has it all: robust characters, twists ...

    ???? / 5 This might actually be more of a ?????, but I decided to go with a solid 4. My reviews and other random thoughts can also be seen at ----------------------> https://readingbetweenwinessite.wordp... The House on Foster Hill was a SUPER fas...

    This was an intriguing dual mystery, though I had hoped for a bit more suspense. It's told from two points of view. In the present day we have Kaine, still grieving the loss of her husband and looking for a new start away from old memories and a stalker. Her husband's death had been ru...

    What a great book! If you are looking for a romantic thriller with some history behind it that ties up beautifully in the end, then this is the book for you! I am so glad I chose this for by Bookbum read for January because not only was it amazing but the whole purpose of the January r...

    Guys, this book is so amazing (I was so honored to be able to read snippets of it in its baby stage?can't wait to get my fingers on a real, deal hard copy). Romance TONS of suspense and a mystery that will have you up all night until you're finished! This is one that you need to put ...

    This book kept me riveted! I love mysterious stories that are tied in with old houses, and this one had some amazing plot twists. Also, as an aside, I really loved the character of Grant Jesse. Wright has a really fresh way of writing that enabled me to "see" the setting and characters...

    I loved this book, the mystery surrounding the home, and the intertwining timelines. With dual plotlines that collide in the spooky house on Foster Hill Jaime Jo Wright has created a story that will delight historical and contemporary mystery readers. There are hints of romance, su...

    This novel! Wow! The House on Foster Hill was, without a doubt, one of the best suspenseful tales that I have read in ages! It was decidedly spooky and thoroughly engrossing, with storylines that kept me captivated. The events that plagued the women in this time-split story were one...

    Gripping! This book held me spellbound. The only thing that kept me from reading this in one sitting was the obligations of work and family. Debut author, Jaime Jo Wright, demonstrates skill one usually finds in a more experienced author. Her ability to tell a story with dual timel...

    The House on Foster Hill, Jaime Jo Wright?s debut novel, is a riveting twist on the gothic novel, and it?s deliciously intense! The dual timelines add to the intensity, and the writing is vivid and multi-dimensional. The layers in both eras, centered around the abandoned house and ...

    In her debut novel, Jaime Jo Wright invites readers on a chilling journey buried in secrets, murder, and a mystery shrouded in a century old house. I could not wait to get my hands on this story. Not since Agatha Christie have I read a haunting mystery that's left me rattled enough ...

    Suspense is not my go to genre when reading but do enjoy a good suspense once in a while. I have read Jamie Jo Wright's novellas in collections with other authors but this is her debut full length book and I would never know it's a debut by her writing. Very intense scenes and the mood...

    This is one debut book that you had better get a copy of right away! I never put this book down until the very last page. I could not turn the pages fast enough. It was such a, I don't want to say creepy read that's not the word that I am looking for, it was suspenseful, no wait it ...

    The House on Foster Hill is by debut author Jamie Jo and what a read! Between plot twists, mystery, suspense and incredible details, this book will captivate you, while holding your attention between two time periods. Written in a dual plot lines with immense attention to detail, this ...

    Thank you to Netgalley and Bethany House Publishers for this ARC. In a debut novel, Jamie Jo Wright, tells a story told in two different time periods. Ivy tells the story in 1906. Outside the house on Foster Hill, a body has been found-- stuffed into a hollow tree. The girl is ...

    What a mysterious debut! This time slip novel told the story of current day Kaine Prescott and early 1900's Ivy Thorpe. The story was set in Oakwood, Wisconsin and primarily at the eerie House on Foster Hill. The author does a nice job of connecting the two women's stories and I ...

    This is the first book I have read by Jamie Jo Wright. I stepped out of my comfort zone, I usually don't go for suspense or mystery BUT I really enjoyed this story. I am also not a big fan of dual story lines BUT again this was a wonderful and intriguing novel. I love the cover. It rea...

    This review and others can be found on BW Book Reviews. 1/5 - DNF at 41% Thanks to Netgalley for providing me with an advance copy of this book! It, in no way, influenced my opinions. I basically requested this book because of the title, description, and cover. They interested me...

    I received a free copy via NetGalley. I had a good feeling about the book when I first picked it up - an interesting blurb that promised an intertwined story of two women who are mysteriously connected through an abandoned, old house in rural Wisconsin. Without giving too much aw...

    I was excited to read this book after reading the synopsis and the first few chapters were quite promising, as they were pretty creepy. However, I felt that the mystery and suspense that should have been in this book just never really came to be. I did like both of the main characters,...

    Uhhhh I read this book in one night. Mainly because it was too intense to put it down without resolution. It's dark. Pretty dark for Christian fiction but there's hope and a good faith thread woven in. But did I mention it's intense and dark? Lol. Enjoy! ...

    This is not your grandma?s Christian Fiction. A bit on the dark side, a bit brave as it broadens the scope of the genre, and I always love something new and fresh in what I read. There was a lot going on (some I loved and some not so much, though only a personal preference) but the t...

    Wow! This book has countless mysteries, tons of suspense, some romance, history and much more! I couldn't believe how much was packed into this book - especially a debut novel! I have to admit I was a little unsure about it since I had heard it was a little darker than I usually rea...

  • Emilee
    Jul 28, 2018

    BethanyHouseBloggers MY BLOG: Melissa Martin's Reading List ...

    EXCERPT: It was long rumored that the Foster Hill oak tree was not only the largest but also the oldest tree in Oakwood. While its top rose to a marvelous height, it was still dead and its branches never blossomed. The trunk was very wide at the base and split open to reveal a hollow i...

    Oh, a new author to follow! :) I wasn't sure what I was getting into, with the spooky tones, but I really, really loved the mystery that is strewn through the story, parallel in the two time frames as each character (Ivy and Kaine) probes into the mysterious secrets surrounding the des...

    Riveting! With its dual storyline connected by a single house and the women it touched, Jaime Jo Wright delivers double the suspense, double the romance, and double the reasons to keep turning the pages far into the night. The House on Foster Hill has it all: robust characters, twists ...

    ???? / 5 This might actually be more of a ?????, but I decided to go with a solid 4. My reviews and other random thoughts can also be seen at ----------------------> https://readingbetweenwinessite.wordp... The House on Foster Hill was a SUPER fas...

    This was an intriguing dual mystery, though I had hoped for a bit more suspense. It's told from two points of view. In the present day we have Kaine, still grieving the loss of her husband and looking for a new start away from old memories and a stalker. Her husband's death had been ru...

    What a great book! If you are looking for a romantic thriller with some history behind it that ties up beautifully in the end, then this is the book for you! I am so glad I chose this for by Bookbum read for January because not only was it amazing but the whole purpose of the January r...

    Guys, this book is so amazing (I was so honored to be able to read snippets of it in its baby stage?can't wait to get my fingers on a real, deal hard copy). Romance TONS of suspense and a mystery that will have you up all night until you're finished! This is one that you need to put ...

    This book kept me riveted! I love mysterious stories that are tied in with old houses, and this one had some amazing plot twists. Also, as an aside, I really loved the character of Grant Jesse. Wright has a really fresh way of writing that enabled me to "see" the setting and characters...

    I loved this book, the mystery surrounding the home, and the intertwining timelines. With dual plotlines that collide in the spooky house on Foster Hill Jaime Jo Wright has created a story that will delight historical and contemporary mystery readers. There are hints of romance, su...

    This novel! Wow! The House on Foster Hill was, without a doubt, one of the best suspenseful tales that I have read in ages! It was decidedly spooky and thoroughly engrossing, with storylines that kept me captivated. The events that plagued the women in this time-split story were one...

    Gripping! This book held me spellbound. The only thing that kept me from reading this in one sitting was the obligations of work and family. Debut author, Jaime Jo Wright, demonstrates skill one usually finds in a more experienced author. Her ability to tell a story with dual timel...

    The House on Foster Hill, Jaime Jo Wright?s debut novel, is a riveting twist on the gothic novel, and it?s deliciously intense! The dual timelines add to the intensity, and the writing is vivid and multi-dimensional. The layers in both eras, centered around the abandoned house and ...

    In her debut novel, Jaime Jo Wright invites readers on a chilling journey buried in secrets, murder, and a mystery shrouded in a century old house. I could not wait to get my hands on this story. Not since Agatha Christie have I read a haunting mystery that's left me rattled enough ...

    Suspense is not my go to genre when reading but do enjoy a good suspense once in a while. I have read Jamie Jo Wright's novellas in collections with other authors but this is her debut full length book and I would never know it's a debut by her writing. Very intense scenes and the mood...

    This is one debut book that you had better get a copy of right away! I never put this book down until the very last page. I could not turn the pages fast enough. It was such a, I don't want to say creepy read that's not the word that I am looking for, it was suspenseful, no wait it ...

    The House on Foster Hill is by debut author Jamie Jo and what a read! Between plot twists, mystery, suspense and incredible details, this book will captivate you, while holding your attention between two time periods. Written in a dual plot lines with immense attention to detail, this ...

    Thank you to Netgalley and Bethany House Publishers for this ARC. In a debut novel, Jamie Jo Wright, tells a story told in two different time periods. Ivy tells the story in 1906. Outside the house on Foster Hill, a body has been found-- stuffed into a hollow tree. The girl is ...

    What a mysterious debut! This time slip novel told the story of current day Kaine Prescott and early 1900's Ivy Thorpe. The story was set in Oakwood, Wisconsin and primarily at the eerie House on Foster Hill. The author does a nice job of connecting the two women's stories and I ...

    This is the first book I have read by Jamie Jo Wright. I stepped out of my comfort zone, I usually don't go for suspense or mystery BUT I really enjoyed this story. I am also not a big fan of dual story lines BUT again this was a wonderful and intriguing novel. I love the cover. It rea...

  • Shannon (Mrsreadsbooks)
    Jan 22, 2018

    BethanyHouseBloggers MY BLOG: Melissa Martin's Reading List ...

    EXCERPT: It was long rumored that the Foster Hill oak tree was not only the largest but also the oldest tree in Oakwood. While its top rose to a marvelous height, it was still dead and its branches never blossomed. The trunk was very wide at the base and split open to reveal a hollow i...

    Oh, a new author to follow! :) I wasn't sure what I was getting into, with the spooky tones, but I really, really loved the mystery that is strewn through the story, parallel in the two time frames as each character (Ivy and Kaine) probes into the mysterious secrets surrounding the des...

    Riveting! With its dual storyline connected by a single house and the women it touched, Jaime Jo Wright delivers double the suspense, double the romance, and double the reasons to keep turning the pages far into the night. The House on Foster Hill has it all: robust characters, twists ...

    ???? / 5 This might actually be more of a ?????, but I decided to go with a solid 4. My reviews and other random thoughts can also be seen at ----------------------> https://readingbetweenwinessite.wordp... The House on Foster Hill was a SUPER fas...

    This was an intriguing dual mystery, though I had hoped for a bit more suspense. It's told from two points of view. In the present day we have Kaine, still grieving the loss of her husband and looking for a new start away from old memories and a stalker. Her husband's death had been ru...

    What a great book! If you are looking for a romantic thriller with some history behind it that ties up beautifully in the end, then this is the book for you! I am so glad I chose this for by Bookbum read for January because not only was it amazing but the whole purpose of the January r...

    Guys, this book is so amazing (I was so honored to be able to read snippets of it in its baby stage?can't wait to get my fingers on a real, deal hard copy). Romance TONS of suspense and a mystery that will have you up all night until you're finished! This is one that you need to put ...

    This book kept me riveted! I love mysterious stories that are tied in with old houses, and this one had some amazing plot twists. Also, as an aside, I really loved the character of Grant Jesse. Wright has a really fresh way of writing that enabled me to "see" the setting and characters...

    I loved this book, the mystery surrounding the home, and the intertwining timelines. With dual plotlines that collide in the spooky house on Foster Hill Jaime Jo Wright has created a story that will delight historical and contemporary mystery readers. There are hints of romance, su...

    This novel! Wow! The House on Foster Hill was, without a doubt, one of the best suspenseful tales that I have read in ages! It was decidedly spooky and thoroughly engrossing, with storylines that kept me captivated. The events that plagued the women in this time-split story were one...

    Gripping! This book held me spellbound. The only thing that kept me from reading this in one sitting was the obligations of work and family. Debut author, Jaime Jo Wright, demonstrates skill one usually finds in a more experienced author. Her ability to tell a story with dual timel...

    The House on Foster Hill, Jaime Jo Wright?s debut novel, is a riveting twist on the gothic novel, and it?s deliciously intense! The dual timelines add to the intensity, and the writing is vivid and multi-dimensional. The layers in both eras, centered around the abandoned house and ...

    In her debut novel, Jaime Jo Wright invites readers on a chilling journey buried in secrets, murder, and a mystery shrouded in a century old house. I could not wait to get my hands on this story. Not since Agatha Christie have I read a haunting mystery that's left me rattled enough ...

    Suspense is not my go to genre when reading but do enjoy a good suspense once in a while. I have read Jamie Jo Wright's novellas in collections with other authors but this is her debut full length book and I would never know it's a debut by her writing. Very intense scenes and the mood...

    This is one debut book that you had better get a copy of right away! I never put this book down until the very last page. I could not turn the pages fast enough. It was such a, I don't want to say creepy read that's not the word that I am looking for, it was suspenseful, no wait it ...

    The House on Foster Hill is by debut author Jamie Jo and what a read! Between plot twists, mystery, suspense and incredible details, this book will captivate you, while holding your attention between two time periods. Written in a dual plot lines with immense attention to detail, this ...

    Thank you to Netgalley and Bethany House Publishers for this ARC. In a debut novel, Jamie Jo Wright, tells a story told in two different time periods. Ivy tells the story in 1906. Outside the house on Foster Hill, a body has been found-- stuffed into a hollow tree. The girl is ...

    What a mysterious debut! This time slip novel told the story of current day Kaine Prescott and early 1900's Ivy Thorpe. The story was set in Oakwood, Wisconsin and primarily at the eerie House on Foster Hill. The author does a nice job of connecting the two women's stories and I ...

    This is the first book I have read by Jamie Jo Wright. I stepped out of my comfort zone, I usually don't go for suspense or mystery BUT I really enjoyed this story. I am also not a big fan of dual story lines BUT again this was a wonderful and intriguing novel. I love the cover. It rea...

    This review and others can be found on BW Book Reviews. 1/5 - DNF at 41% Thanks to Netgalley for providing me with an advance copy of this book! It, in no way, influenced my opinions. I basically requested this book because of the title, description, and cover. They interested me...

    I received a free copy via NetGalley. I had a good feeling about the book when I first picked it up - an interesting blurb that promised an intertwined story of two women who are mysteriously connected through an abandoned, old house in rural Wisconsin. Without giving too much aw...

    I was excited to read this book after reading the synopsis and the first few chapters were quite promising, as they were pretty creepy. However, I felt that the mystery and suspense that should have been in this book just never really came to be. I did like both of the main characters,...

  • Staci
    Nov 24, 2017

    BethanyHouseBloggers MY BLOG: Melissa Martin's Reading List ...

    EXCERPT: It was long rumored that the Foster Hill oak tree was not only the largest but also the oldest tree in Oakwood. While its top rose to a marvelous height, it was still dead and its branches never blossomed. The trunk was very wide at the base and split open to reveal a hollow i...

    Oh, a new author to follow! :) I wasn't sure what I was getting into, with the spooky tones, but I really, really loved the mystery that is strewn through the story, parallel in the two time frames as each character (Ivy and Kaine) probes into the mysterious secrets surrounding the des...

    Riveting! With its dual storyline connected by a single house and the women it touched, Jaime Jo Wright delivers double the suspense, double the romance, and double the reasons to keep turning the pages far into the night. The House on Foster Hill has it all: robust characters, twists ...

    ???? / 5 This might actually be more of a ?????, but I decided to go with a solid 4. My reviews and other random thoughts can also be seen at ----------------------> https://readingbetweenwinessite.wordp... The House on Foster Hill was a SUPER fas...

    This was an intriguing dual mystery, though I had hoped for a bit more suspense. It's told from two points of view. In the present day we have Kaine, still grieving the loss of her husband and looking for a new start away from old memories and a stalker. Her husband's death had been ru...

    What a great book! If you are looking for a romantic thriller with some history behind it that ties up beautifully in the end, then this is the book for you! I am so glad I chose this for by Bookbum read for January because not only was it amazing but the whole purpose of the January r...

    Guys, this book is so amazing (I was so honored to be able to read snippets of it in its baby stage?can't wait to get my fingers on a real, deal hard copy). Romance TONS of suspense and a mystery that will have you up all night until you're finished! This is one that you need to put ...

    This book kept me riveted! I love mysterious stories that are tied in with old houses, and this one had some amazing plot twists. Also, as an aside, I really loved the character of Grant Jesse. Wright has a really fresh way of writing that enabled me to "see" the setting and characters...

    I loved this book, the mystery surrounding the home, and the intertwining timelines. With dual plotlines that collide in the spooky house on Foster Hill Jaime Jo Wright has created a story that will delight historical and contemporary mystery readers. There are hints of romance, su...

    This novel! Wow! The House on Foster Hill was, without a doubt, one of the best suspenseful tales that I have read in ages! It was decidedly spooky and thoroughly engrossing, with storylines that kept me captivated. The events that plagued the women in this time-split story were one...

    Gripping! This book held me spellbound. The only thing that kept me from reading this in one sitting was the obligations of work and family. Debut author, Jaime Jo Wright, demonstrates skill one usually finds in a more experienced author. Her ability to tell a story with dual timel...

    The House on Foster Hill, Jaime Jo Wright?s debut novel, is a riveting twist on the gothic novel, and it?s deliciously intense! The dual timelines add to the intensity, and the writing is vivid and multi-dimensional. The layers in both eras, centered around the abandoned house and ...

    In her debut novel, Jaime Jo Wright invites readers on a chilling journey buried in secrets, murder, and a mystery shrouded in a century old house. I could not wait to get my hands on this story. Not since Agatha Christie have I read a haunting mystery that's left me rattled enough ...

    Suspense is not my go to genre when reading but do enjoy a good suspense once in a while. I have read Jamie Jo Wright's novellas in collections with other authors but this is her debut full length book and I would never know it's a debut by her writing. Very intense scenes and the mood...

    This is one debut book that you had better get a copy of right away! I never put this book down until the very last page. I could not turn the pages fast enough. It was such a, I don't want to say creepy read that's not the word that I am looking for, it was suspenseful, no wait it ...

    The House on Foster Hill is by debut author Jamie Jo and what a read! Between plot twists, mystery, suspense and incredible details, this book will captivate you, while holding your attention between two time periods. Written in a dual plot lines with immense attention to detail, this ...

    Thank you to Netgalley and Bethany House Publishers for this ARC. In a debut novel, Jamie Jo Wright, tells a story told in two different time periods. Ivy tells the story in 1906. Outside the house on Foster Hill, a body has been found-- stuffed into a hollow tree. The girl is ...

    What a mysterious debut! This time slip novel told the story of current day Kaine Prescott and early 1900's Ivy Thorpe. The story was set in Oakwood, Wisconsin and primarily at the eerie House on Foster Hill. The author does a nice job of connecting the two women's stories and I ...

  • Natalie Walters
    Aug 16, 2017

    BethanyHouseBloggers MY BLOG: Melissa Martin's Reading List ...

    EXCERPT: It was long rumored that the Foster Hill oak tree was not only the largest but also the oldest tree in Oakwood. While its top rose to a marvelous height, it was still dead and its branches never blossomed. The trunk was very wide at the base and split open to reveal a hollow i...

    Oh, a new author to follow! :) I wasn't sure what I was getting into, with the spooky tones, but I really, really loved the mystery that is strewn through the story, parallel in the two time frames as each character (Ivy and Kaine) probes into the mysterious secrets surrounding the des...

    Riveting! With its dual storyline connected by a single house and the women it touched, Jaime Jo Wright delivers double the suspense, double the romance, and double the reasons to keep turning the pages far into the night. The House on Foster Hill has it all: robust characters, twists ...

    ???? / 5 This might actually be more of a ?????, but I decided to go with a solid 4. My reviews and other random thoughts can also be seen at ----------------------> https://readingbetweenwinessite.wordp... The House on Foster Hill was a SUPER fas...

    This was an intriguing dual mystery, though I had hoped for a bit more suspense. It's told from two points of view. In the present day we have Kaine, still grieving the loss of her husband and looking for a new start away from old memories and a stalker. Her husband's death had been ru...

    What a great book! If you are looking for a romantic thriller with some history behind it that ties up beautifully in the end, then this is the book for you! I am so glad I chose this for by Bookbum read for January because not only was it amazing but the whole purpose of the January r...

    Guys, this book is so amazing (I was so honored to be able to read snippets of it in its baby stage?can't wait to get my fingers on a real, deal hard copy). Romance TONS of suspense and a mystery that will have you up all night until you're finished! This is one that you need to put ...

    This book kept me riveted! I love mysterious stories that are tied in with old houses, and this one had some amazing plot twists. Also, as an aside, I really loved the character of Grant Jesse. Wright has a really fresh way of writing that enabled me to "see" the setting and characters...

    I loved this book, the mystery surrounding the home, and the intertwining timelines. With dual plotlines that collide in the spooky house on Foster Hill Jaime Jo Wright has created a story that will delight historical and contemporary mystery readers. There are hints of romance, su...

    This novel! Wow! The House on Foster Hill was, without a doubt, one of the best suspenseful tales that I have read in ages! It was decidedly spooky and thoroughly engrossing, with storylines that kept me captivated. The events that plagued the women in this time-split story were one...

    Gripping! This book held me spellbound. The only thing that kept me from reading this in one sitting was the obligations of work and family. Debut author, Jaime Jo Wright, demonstrates skill one usually finds in a more experienced author. Her ability to tell a story with dual timel...

    The House on Foster Hill, Jaime Jo Wright?s debut novel, is a riveting twist on the gothic novel, and it?s deliciously intense! The dual timelines add to the intensity, and the writing is vivid and multi-dimensional. The layers in both eras, centered around the abandoned house and ...

    In her debut novel, Jaime Jo Wright invites readers on a chilling journey buried in secrets, murder, and a mystery shrouded in a century old house. I could not wait to get my hands on this story. Not since Agatha Christie have I read a haunting mystery that's left me rattled enough ...

  • Sarah
    Dec 11, 2017

    BethanyHouseBloggers MY BLOG: Melissa Martin's Reading List ...

    EXCERPT: It was long rumored that the Foster Hill oak tree was not only the largest but also the oldest tree in Oakwood. While its top rose to a marvelous height, it was still dead and its branches never blossomed. The trunk was very wide at the base and split open to reveal a hollow i...

    Oh, a new author to follow! :) I wasn't sure what I was getting into, with the spooky tones, but I really, really loved the mystery that is strewn through the story, parallel in the two time frames as each character (Ivy and Kaine) probes into the mysterious secrets surrounding the des...

    Riveting! With its dual storyline connected by a single house and the women it touched, Jaime Jo Wright delivers double the suspense, double the romance, and double the reasons to keep turning the pages far into the night. The House on Foster Hill has it all: robust characters, twists ...

    ???? / 5 This might actually be more of a ?????, but I decided to go with a solid 4. My reviews and other random thoughts can also be seen at ----------------------> https://readingbetweenwinessite.wordp... The House on Foster Hill was a SUPER fas...

    This was an intriguing dual mystery, though I had hoped for a bit more suspense. It's told from two points of view. In the present day we have Kaine, still grieving the loss of her husband and looking for a new start away from old memories and a stalker. Her husband's death had been ru...

    What a great book! If you are looking for a romantic thriller with some history behind it that ties up beautifully in the end, then this is the book for you! I am so glad I chose this for by Bookbum read for January because not only was it amazing but the whole purpose of the January r...

    Guys, this book is so amazing (I was so honored to be able to read snippets of it in its baby stage?can't wait to get my fingers on a real, deal hard copy). Romance TONS of suspense and a mystery that will have you up all night until you're finished! This is one that you need to put ...

    This book kept me riveted! I love mysterious stories that are tied in with old houses, and this one had some amazing plot twists. Also, as an aside, I really loved the character of Grant Jesse. Wright has a really fresh way of writing that enabled me to "see" the setting and characters...

    I loved this book, the mystery surrounding the home, and the intertwining timelines. With dual plotlines that collide in the spooky house on Foster Hill Jaime Jo Wright has created a story that will delight historical and contemporary mystery readers. There are hints of romance, su...

    This novel! Wow! The House on Foster Hill was, without a doubt, one of the best suspenseful tales that I have read in ages! It was decidedly spooky and thoroughly engrossing, with storylines that kept me captivated. The events that plagued the women in this time-split story were one...

    Gripping! This book held me spellbound. The only thing that kept me from reading this in one sitting was the obligations of work and family. Debut author, Jaime Jo Wright, demonstrates skill one usually finds in a more experienced author. Her ability to tell a story with dual timel...

    The House on Foster Hill, Jaime Jo Wright?s debut novel, is a riveting twist on the gothic novel, and it?s deliciously intense! The dual timelines add to the intensity, and the writing is vivid and multi-dimensional. The layers in both eras, centered around the abandoned house and ...

    In her debut novel, Jaime Jo Wright invites readers on a chilling journey buried in secrets, murder, and a mystery shrouded in a century old house. I could not wait to get my hands on this story. Not since Agatha Christie have I read a haunting mystery that's left me rattled enough ...

    Suspense is not my go to genre when reading but do enjoy a good suspense once in a while. I have read Jamie Jo Wright's novellas in collections with other authors but this is her debut full length book and I would never know it's a debut by her writing. Very intense scenes and the mood...

    This is one debut book that you had better get a copy of right away! I never put this book down until the very last page. I could not turn the pages fast enough. It was such a, I don't want to say creepy read that's not the word that I am looking for, it was suspenseful, no wait it ...

    The House on Foster Hill is by debut author Jamie Jo and what a read! Between plot twists, mystery, suspense and incredible details, this book will captivate you, while holding your attention between two time periods. Written in a dual plot lines with immense attention to detail, this ...

  • Caidyn (BW Reviews; he/him/his)
    Nov 06, 2017

    BethanyHouseBloggers MY BLOG: Melissa Martin's Reading List ...

    EXCERPT: It was long rumored that the Foster Hill oak tree was not only the largest but also the oldest tree in Oakwood. While its top rose to a marvelous height, it was still dead and its branches never blossomed. The trunk was very wide at the base and split open to reveal a hollow i...

    Oh, a new author to follow! :) I wasn't sure what I was getting into, with the spooky tones, but I really, really loved the mystery that is strewn through the story, parallel in the two time frames as each character (Ivy and Kaine) probes into the mysterious secrets surrounding the des...

    Riveting! With its dual storyline connected by a single house and the women it touched, Jaime Jo Wright delivers double the suspense, double the romance, and double the reasons to keep turning the pages far into the night. The House on Foster Hill has it all: robust characters, twists ...

    ???? / 5 This might actually be more of a ?????, but I decided to go with a solid 4. My reviews and other random thoughts can also be seen at ----------------------> https://readingbetweenwinessite.wordp... The House on Foster Hill was a SUPER fas...

    This was an intriguing dual mystery, though I had hoped for a bit more suspense. It's told from two points of view. In the present day we have Kaine, still grieving the loss of her husband and looking for a new start away from old memories and a stalker. Her husband's death had been ru...

    What a great book! If you are looking for a romantic thriller with some history behind it that ties up beautifully in the end, then this is the book for you! I am so glad I chose this for by Bookbum read for January because not only was it amazing but the whole purpose of the January r...

    Guys, this book is so amazing (I was so honored to be able to read snippets of it in its baby stage?can't wait to get my fingers on a real, deal hard copy). Romance TONS of suspense and a mystery that will have you up all night until you're finished! This is one that you need to put ...

    This book kept me riveted! I love mysterious stories that are tied in with old houses, and this one had some amazing plot twists. Also, as an aside, I really loved the character of Grant Jesse. Wright has a really fresh way of writing that enabled me to "see" the setting and characters...

    I loved this book, the mystery surrounding the home, and the intertwining timelines. With dual plotlines that collide in the spooky house on Foster Hill Jaime Jo Wright has created a story that will delight historical and contemporary mystery readers. There are hints of romance, su...

    This novel! Wow! The House on Foster Hill was, without a doubt, one of the best suspenseful tales that I have read in ages! It was decidedly spooky and thoroughly engrossing, with storylines that kept me captivated. The events that plagued the women in this time-split story were one...

    Gripping! This book held me spellbound. The only thing that kept me from reading this in one sitting was the obligations of work and family. Debut author, Jaime Jo Wright, demonstrates skill one usually finds in a more experienced author. Her ability to tell a story with dual timel...

    The House on Foster Hill, Jaime Jo Wright?s debut novel, is a riveting twist on the gothic novel, and it?s deliciously intense! The dual timelines add to the intensity, and the writing is vivid and multi-dimensional. The layers in both eras, centered around the abandoned house and ...

    In her debut novel, Jaime Jo Wright invites readers on a chilling journey buried in secrets, murder, and a mystery shrouded in a century old house. I could not wait to get my hands on this story. Not since Agatha Christie have I read a haunting mystery that's left me rattled enough ...

    Suspense is not my go to genre when reading but do enjoy a good suspense once in a while. I have read Jamie Jo Wright's novellas in collections with other authors but this is her debut full length book and I would never know it's a debut by her writing. Very intense scenes and the mood...

    This is one debut book that you had better get a copy of right away! I never put this book down until the very last page. I could not turn the pages fast enough. It was such a, I don't want to say creepy read that's not the word that I am looking for, it was suspenseful, no wait it ...

    The House on Foster Hill is by debut author Jamie Jo and what a read! Between plot twists, mystery, suspense and incredible details, this book will captivate you, while holding your attention between two time periods. Written in a dual plot lines with immense attention to detail, this ...

    Thank you to Netgalley and Bethany House Publishers for this ARC. In a debut novel, Jamie Jo Wright, tells a story told in two different time periods. Ivy tells the story in 1906. Outside the house on Foster Hill, a body has been found-- stuffed into a hollow tree. The girl is ...

    What a mysterious debut! This time slip novel told the story of current day Kaine Prescott and early 1900's Ivy Thorpe. The story was set in Oakwood, Wisconsin and primarily at the eerie House on Foster Hill. The author does a nice job of connecting the two women's stories and I ...

    This is the first book I have read by Jamie Jo Wright. I stepped out of my comfort zone, I usually don't go for suspense or mystery BUT I really enjoyed this story. I am also not a big fan of dual story lines BUT again this was a wonderful and intriguing novel. I love the cover. It rea...

    This review and others can be found on BW Book Reviews. 1/5 - DNF at 41% Thanks to Netgalley for providing me with an advance copy of this book! It, in no way, influenced my opinions. I basically requested this book because of the title, description, and cover. They interested me...

  • Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin
    Dec 18, 2017

    BethanyHouseBloggers MY BLOG: Melissa Martin's Reading List ...

  • Hannah
    Sep 15, 2017

    BethanyHouseBloggers MY BLOG: Melissa Martin's Reading List ...

    EXCERPT: It was long rumored that the Foster Hill oak tree was not only the largest but also the oldest tree in Oakwood. While its top rose to a marvelous height, it was still dead and its branches never blossomed. The trunk was very wide at the base and split open to reveal a hollow i...

    Oh, a new author to follow! :) I wasn't sure what I was getting into, with the spooky tones, but I really, really loved the mystery that is strewn through the story, parallel in the two time frames as each character (Ivy and Kaine) probes into the mysterious secrets surrounding the des...

  • Brittany
    Jan 13, 2018

    BethanyHouseBloggers MY BLOG: Melissa Martin's Reading List ...

    EXCERPT: It was long rumored that the Foster Hill oak tree was not only the largest but also the oldest tree in Oakwood. While its top rose to a marvelous height, it was still dead and its branches never blossomed. The trunk was very wide at the base and split open to reveal a hollow i...

    Oh, a new author to follow! :) I wasn't sure what I was getting into, with the spooky tones, but I really, really loved the mystery that is strewn through the story, parallel in the two time frames as each character (Ivy and Kaine) probes into the mysterious secrets surrounding the des...

    Riveting! With its dual storyline connected by a single house and the women it touched, Jaime Jo Wright delivers double the suspense, double the romance, and double the reasons to keep turning the pages far into the night. The House on Foster Hill has it all: robust characters, twists ...

    ???? / 5 This might actually be more of a ?????, but I decided to go with a solid 4. My reviews and other random thoughts can also be seen at ----------------------> https://readingbetweenwinessite.wordp... The House on Foster Hill was a SUPER fas...

    This was an intriguing dual mystery, though I had hoped for a bit more suspense. It's told from two points of view. In the present day we have Kaine, still grieving the loss of her husband and looking for a new start away from old memories and a stalker. Her husband's death had been ru...

    What a great book! If you are looking for a romantic thriller with some history behind it that ties up beautifully in the end, then this is the book for you! I am so glad I chose this for by Bookbum read for January because not only was it amazing but the whole purpose of the January r...

    Guys, this book is so amazing (I was so honored to be able to read snippets of it in its baby stage?can't wait to get my fingers on a real, deal hard copy). Romance TONS of suspense and a mystery that will have you up all night until you're finished! This is one that you need to put ...

    This book kept me riveted! I love mysterious stories that are tied in with old houses, and this one had some amazing plot twists. Also, as an aside, I really loved the character of Grant Jesse. Wright has a really fresh way of writing that enabled me to "see" the setting and characters...

    I loved this book, the mystery surrounding the home, and the intertwining timelines. With dual plotlines that collide in the spooky house on Foster Hill Jaime Jo Wright has created a story that will delight historical and contemporary mystery readers. There are hints of romance, su...

    This novel! Wow! The House on Foster Hill was, without a doubt, one of the best suspenseful tales that I have read in ages! It was decidedly spooky and thoroughly engrossing, with storylines that kept me captivated. The events that plagued the women in this time-split story were one...

  • Sandy *The world could end while I was reading and I would never notice*
    Nov 25, 2017

    BethanyHouseBloggers MY BLOG: Melissa Martin's Reading List ...

    EXCERPT: It was long rumored that the Foster Hill oak tree was not only the largest but also the oldest tree in Oakwood. While its top rose to a marvelous height, it was still dead and its branches never blossomed. The trunk was very wide at the base and split open to reveal a hollow i...

  • Deanne Patterson
    Feb 07, 2018

    BethanyHouseBloggers MY BLOG: Melissa Martin's Reading List ...

    EXCERPT: It was long rumored that the Foster Hill oak tree was not only the largest but also the oldest tree in Oakwood. While its top rose to a marvelous height, it was still dead and its branches never blossomed. The trunk was very wide at the base and split open to reveal a hollow i...

    Oh, a new author to follow! :) I wasn't sure what I was getting into, with the spooky tones, but I really, really loved the mystery that is strewn through the story, parallel in the two time frames as each character (Ivy and Kaine) probes into the mysterious secrets surrounding the des...

    Riveting! With its dual storyline connected by a single house and the women it touched, Jaime Jo Wright delivers double the suspense, double the romance, and double the reasons to keep turning the pages far into the night. The House on Foster Hill has it all: robust characters, twists ...

    ???? / 5 This might actually be more of a ?????, but I decided to go with a solid 4. My reviews and other random thoughts can also be seen at ----------------------> https://readingbetweenwinessite.wordp... The House on Foster Hill was a SUPER fas...

    This was an intriguing dual mystery, though I had hoped for a bit more suspense. It's told from two points of view. In the present day we have Kaine, still grieving the loss of her husband and looking for a new start away from old memories and a stalker. Her husband's death had been ru...

    What a great book! If you are looking for a romantic thriller with some history behind it that ties up beautifully in the end, then this is the book for you! I am so glad I chose this for by Bookbum read for January because not only was it amazing but the whole purpose of the January r...

    Guys, this book is so amazing (I was so honored to be able to read snippets of it in its baby stage?can't wait to get my fingers on a real, deal hard copy). Romance TONS of suspense and a mystery that will have you up all night until you're finished! This is one that you need to put ...

    This book kept me riveted! I love mysterious stories that are tied in with old houses, and this one had some amazing plot twists. Also, as an aside, I really loved the character of Grant Jesse. Wright has a really fresh way of writing that enabled me to "see" the setting and characters...

    I loved this book, the mystery surrounding the home, and the intertwining timelines. With dual plotlines that collide in the spooky house on Foster Hill Jaime Jo Wright has created a story that will delight historical and contemporary mystery readers. There are hints of romance, su...

    This novel! Wow! The House on Foster Hill was, without a doubt, one of the best suspenseful tales that I have read in ages! It was decidedly spooky and thoroughly engrossing, with storylines that kept me captivated. The events that plagued the women in this time-split story were one...

    Gripping! This book held me spellbound. The only thing that kept me from reading this in one sitting was the obligations of work and family. Debut author, Jaime Jo Wright, demonstrates skill one usually finds in a more experienced author. Her ability to tell a story with dual timel...

    The House on Foster Hill, Jaime Jo Wright?s debut novel, is a riveting twist on the gothic novel, and it?s deliciously intense! The dual timelines add to the intensity, and the writing is vivid and multi-dimensional. The layers in both eras, centered around the abandoned house and ...

    In her debut novel, Jaime Jo Wright invites readers on a chilling journey buried in secrets, murder, and a mystery shrouded in a century old house. I could not wait to get my hands on this story. Not since Agatha Christie have I read a haunting mystery that's left me rattled enough ...

    Suspense is not my go to genre when reading but do enjoy a good suspense once in a while. I have read Jamie Jo Wright's novellas in collections with other authors but this is her debut full length book and I would never know it's a debut by her writing. Very intense scenes and the mood...

  • Susan
    Sep 18, 2017

    BethanyHouseBloggers MY BLOG: Melissa Martin's Reading List ...

    EXCERPT: It was long rumored that the Foster Hill oak tree was not only the largest but also the oldest tree in Oakwood. While its top rose to a marvelous height, it was still dead and its branches never blossomed. The trunk was very wide at the base and split open to reveal a hollow i...

    Oh, a new author to follow! :) I wasn't sure what I was getting into, with the spooky tones, but I really, really loved the mystery that is strewn through the story, parallel in the two time frames as each character (Ivy and Kaine) probes into the mysterious secrets surrounding the des...

    Riveting! With its dual storyline connected by a single house and the women it touched, Jaime Jo Wright delivers double the suspense, double the romance, and double the reasons to keep turning the pages far into the night. The House on Foster Hill has it all: robust characters, twists ...

    ???? / 5 This might actually be more of a ?????, but I decided to go with a solid 4. My reviews and other random thoughts can also be seen at ----------------------> https://readingbetweenwinessite.wordp... The House on Foster Hill was a SUPER fas...

    This was an intriguing dual mystery, though I had hoped for a bit more suspense. It's told from two points of view. In the present day we have Kaine, still grieving the loss of her husband and looking for a new start away from old memories and a stalker. Her husband's death had been ru...

    What a great book! If you are looking for a romantic thriller with some history behind it that ties up beautifully in the end, then this is the book for you! I am so glad I chose this for by Bookbum read for January because not only was it amazing but the whole purpose of the January r...

    Guys, this book is so amazing (I was so honored to be able to read snippets of it in its baby stage?can't wait to get my fingers on a real, deal hard copy). Romance TONS of suspense and a mystery that will have you up all night until you're finished! This is one that you need to put ...

    This book kept me riveted! I love mysterious stories that are tied in with old houses, and this one had some amazing plot twists. Also, as an aside, I really loved the character of Grant Jesse. Wright has a really fresh way of writing that enabled me to "see" the setting and characters...

    I loved this book, the mystery surrounding the home, and the intertwining timelines. With dual plotlines that collide in the spooky house on Foster Hill Jaime Jo Wright has created a story that will delight historical and contemporary mystery readers. There are hints of romance, su...

    This novel! Wow! The House on Foster Hill was, without a doubt, one of the best suspenseful tales that I have read in ages! It was decidedly spooky and thoroughly engrossing, with storylines that kept me captivated. The events that plagued the women in this time-split story were one...

    Gripping! This book held me spellbound. The only thing that kept me from reading this in one sitting was the obligations of work and family. Debut author, Jaime Jo Wright, demonstrates skill one usually finds in a more experienced author. Her ability to tell a story with dual timel...

  • Sarah Monzon
    Nov 27, 2017

    BethanyHouseBloggers MY BLOG: Melissa Martin's Reading List ...

    EXCERPT: It was long rumored that the Foster Hill oak tree was not only the largest but also the oldest tree in Oakwood. While its top rose to a marvelous height, it was still dead and its branches never blossomed. The trunk was very wide at the base and split open to reveal a hollow i...

    Oh, a new author to follow! :) I wasn't sure what I was getting into, with the spooky tones, but I really, really loved the mystery that is strewn through the story, parallel in the two time frames as each character (Ivy and Kaine) probes into the mysterious secrets surrounding the des...

    Riveting! With its dual storyline connected by a single house and the women it touched, Jaime Jo Wright delivers double the suspense, double the romance, and double the reasons to keep turning the pages far into the night. The House on Foster Hill has it all: robust characters, twists ...

    ???? / 5 This might actually be more of a ?????, but I decided to go with a solid 4. My reviews and other random thoughts can also be seen at ----------------------> https://readingbetweenwinessite.wordp... The House on Foster Hill was a SUPER fas...

    This was an intriguing dual mystery, though I had hoped for a bit more suspense. It's told from two points of view. In the present day we have Kaine, still grieving the loss of her husband and looking for a new start away from old memories and a stalker. Her husband's death had been ru...

    What a great book! If you are looking for a romantic thriller with some history behind it that ties up beautifully in the end, then this is the book for you! I am so glad I chose this for by Bookbum read for January because not only was it amazing but the whole purpose of the January r...

    Guys, this book is so amazing (I was so honored to be able to read snippets of it in its baby stage?can't wait to get my fingers on a real, deal hard copy). Romance TONS of suspense and a mystery that will have you up all night until you're finished! This is one that you need to put ...

    This book kept me riveted! I love mysterious stories that are tied in with old houses, and this one had some amazing plot twists. Also, as an aside, I really loved the character of Grant Jesse. Wright has a really fresh way of writing that enabled me to "see" the setting and characters...

    I loved this book, the mystery surrounding the home, and the intertwining timelines. With dual plotlines that collide in the spooky house on Foster Hill Jaime Jo Wright has created a story that will delight historical and contemporary mystery readers. There are hints of romance, su...

    This novel! Wow! The House on Foster Hill was, without a doubt, one of the best suspenseful tales that I have read in ages! It was decidedly spooky and thoroughly engrossing, with storylines that kept me captivated. The events that plagued the women in this time-split story were one...

    Gripping! This book held me spellbound. The only thing that kept me from reading this in one sitting was the obligations of work and family. Debut author, Jaime Jo Wright, demonstrates skill one usually finds in a more experienced author. Her ability to tell a story with dual timel...

    The House on Foster Hill, Jaime Jo Wright?s debut novel, is a riveting twist on the gothic novel, and it?s deliciously intense! The dual timelines add to the intensity, and the writing is vivid and multi-dimensional. The layers in both eras, centered around the abandoned house and ...

    In her debut novel, Jaime Jo Wright invites readers on a chilling journey buried in secrets, murder, and a mystery shrouded in a century old house. I could not wait to get my hands on this story. Not since Agatha Christie have I read a haunting mystery that's left me rattled enough ...

    Suspense is not my go to genre when reading but do enjoy a good suspense once in a while. I have read Jamie Jo Wright's novellas in collections with other authors but this is her debut full length book and I would never know it's a debut by her writing. Very intense scenes and the mood...

    This is one debut book that you had better get a copy of right away! I never put this book down until the very last page. I could not turn the pages fast enough. It was such a, I don't want to say creepy read that's not the word that I am looking for, it was suspenseful, no wait it ...

    The House on Foster Hill is by debut author Jamie Jo and what a read! Between plot twists, mystery, suspense and incredible details, this book will captivate you, while holding your attention between two time periods. Written in a dual plot lines with immense attention to detail, this ...

    Thank you to Netgalley and Bethany House Publishers for this ARC. In a debut novel, Jamie Jo Wright, tells a story told in two different time periods. Ivy tells the story in 1906. Outside the house on Foster Hill, a body has been found-- stuffed into a hollow tree. The girl is ...

    What a mysterious debut! This time slip novel told the story of current day Kaine Prescott and early 1900's Ivy Thorpe. The story was set in Oakwood, Wisconsin and primarily at the eerie House on Foster Hill. The author does a nice job of connecting the two women's stories and I ...

    This is the first book I have read by Jamie Jo Wright. I stepped out of my comfort zone, I usually don't go for suspense or mystery BUT I really enjoyed this story. I am also not a big fan of dual story lines BUT again this was a wonderful and intriguing novel. I love the cover. It rea...

    This review and others can be found on BW Book Reviews. 1/5 - DNF at 41% Thanks to Netgalley for providing me with an advance copy of this book! It, in no way, influenced my opinions. I basically requested this book because of the title, description, and cover. They interested me...

    I received a free copy via NetGalley. I had a good feeling about the book when I first picked it up - an interesting blurb that promised an intertwined story of two women who are mysteriously connected through an abandoned, old house in rural Wisconsin. Without giving too much aw...

    I was excited to read this book after reading the synopsis and the first few chapters were quite promising, as they were pretty creepy. However, I felt that the mystery and suspense that should have been in this book just never really came to be. I did like both of the main characters,...

    Uhhhh I read this book in one night. Mainly because it was too intense to put it down without resolution. It's dark. Pretty dark for Christian fiction but there's hope and a good faith thread woven in. But did I mention it's intense and dark? Lol. Enjoy! ...

    This is not your grandma?s Christian Fiction. A bit on the dark side, a bit brave as it broadens the scope of the genre, and I always love something new and fresh in what I read. There was a lot going on (some I loved and some not so much, though only a personal preference) but the t...

  • Karima chermiti
    Mar 13, 2018

    BethanyHouseBloggers MY BLOG: Melissa Martin's Reading List ...

    EXCERPT: It was long rumored that the Foster Hill oak tree was not only the largest but also the oldest tree in Oakwood. While its top rose to a marvelous height, it was still dead and its branches never blossomed. The trunk was very wide at the base and split open to reveal a hollow i...

    Oh, a new author to follow! :) I wasn't sure what I was getting into, with the spooky tones, but I really, really loved the mystery that is strewn through the story, parallel in the two time frames as each character (Ivy and Kaine) probes into the mysterious secrets surrounding the des...

    Riveting! With its dual storyline connected by a single house and the women it touched, Jaime Jo Wright delivers double the suspense, double the romance, and double the reasons to keep turning the pages far into the night. The House on Foster Hill has it all: robust characters, twists ...

    ???? / 5 This might actually be more of a ?????, but I decided to go with a solid 4. My reviews and other random thoughts can also be seen at ----------------------> https://readingbetweenwinessite.wordp... The House on Foster Hill was a SUPER fas...

    This was an intriguing dual mystery, though I had hoped for a bit more suspense. It's told from two points of view. In the present day we have Kaine, still grieving the loss of her husband and looking for a new start away from old memories and a stalker. Her husband's death had been ru...

    What a great book! If you are looking for a romantic thriller with some history behind it that ties up beautifully in the end, then this is the book for you! I am so glad I chose this for by Bookbum read for January because not only was it amazing but the whole purpose of the January r...

    Guys, this book is so amazing (I was so honored to be able to read snippets of it in its baby stage?can't wait to get my fingers on a real, deal hard copy). Romance TONS of suspense and a mystery that will have you up all night until you're finished! This is one that you need to put ...

    This book kept me riveted! I love mysterious stories that are tied in with old houses, and this one had some amazing plot twists. Also, as an aside, I really loved the character of Grant Jesse. Wright has a really fresh way of writing that enabled me to "see" the setting and characters...

    I loved this book, the mystery surrounding the home, and the intertwining timelines. With dual plotlines that collide in the spooky house on Foster Hill Jaime Jo Wright has created a story that will delight historical and contemporary mystery readers. There are hints of romance, su...

    This novel! Wow! The House on Foster Hill was, without a doubt, one of the best suspenseful tales that I have read in ages! It was decidedly spooky and thoroughly engrossing, with storylines that kept me captivated. The events that plagued the women in this time-split story were one...

    Gripping! This book held me spellbound. The only thing that kept me from reading this in one sitting was the obligations of work and family. Debut author, Jaime Jo Wright, demonstrates skill one usually finds in a more experienced author. Her ability to tell a story with dual timel...

    The House on Foster Hill, Jaime Jo Wright?s debut novel, is a riveting twist on the gothic novel, and it?s deliciously intense! The dual timelines add to the intensity, and the writing is vivid and multi-dimensional. The layers in both eras, centered around the abandoned house and ...

    In her debut novel, Jaime Jo Wright invites readers on a chilling journey buried in secrets, murder, and a mystery shrouded in a century old house. I could not wait to get my hands on this story. Not since Agatha Christie have I read a haunting mystery that's left me rattled enough ...

    Suspense is not my go to genre when reading but do enjoy a good suspense once in a while. I have read Jamie Jo Wright's novellas in collections with other authors but this is her debut full length book and I would never know it's a debut by her writing. Very intense scenes and the mood...

    This is one debut book that you had better get a copy of right away! I never put this book down until the very last page. I could not turn the pages fast enough. It was such a, I don't want to say creepy read that's not the word that I am looking for, it was suspenseful, no wait it ...

    The House on Foster Hill is by debut author Jamie Jo and what a read! Between plot twists, mystery, suspense and incredible details, this book will captivate you, while holding your attention between two time periods. Written in a dual plot lines with immense attention to detail, this ...

    Thank you to Netgalley and Bethany House Publishers for this ARC. In a debut novel, Jamie Jo Wright, tells a story told in two different time periods. Ivy tells the story in 1906. Outside the house on Foster Hill, a body has been found-- stuffed into a hollow tree. The girl is ...

    What a mysterious debut! This time slip novel told the story of current day Kaine Prescott and early 1900's Ivy Thorpe. The story was set in Oakwood, Wisconsin and primarily at the eerie House on Foster Hill. The author does a nice job of connecting the two women's stories and I ...

    This is the first book I have read by Jamie Jo Wright. I stepped out of my comfort zone, I usually don't go for suspense or mystery BUT I really enjoyed this story. I am also not a big fan of dual story lines BUT again this was a wonderful and intriguing novel. I love the cover. It rea...

    This review and others can be found on BW Book Reviews. 1/5 - DNF at 41% Thanks to Netgalley for providing me with an advance copy of this book! It, in no way, influenced my opinions. I basically requested this book because of the title, description, and cover. They interested me...

    I received a free copy via NetGalley. I had a good feeling about the book when I first picked it up - an interesting blurb that promised an intertwined story of two women who are mysteriously connected through an abandoned, old house in rural Wisconsin. Without giving too much aw...

    I was excited to read this book after reading the synopsis and the first few chapters were quite promising, as they were pretty creepy. However, I felt that the mystery and suspense that should have been in this book just never really came to be. I did like both of the main characters,...

    Uhhhh I read this book in one night. Mainly because it was too intense to put it down without resolution. It's dark. Pretty dark for Christian fiction but there's hope and a good faith thread woven in. But did I mention it's intense and dark? Lol. Enjoy! ...

    This is not your grandma?s Christian Fiction. A bit on the dark side, a bit brave as it broadens the scope of the genre, and I always love something new and fresh in what I read. There was a lot going on (some I loved and some not so much, though only a personal preference) but the t...

    Wow! This book has countless mysteries, tons of suspense, some romance, history and much more! I couldn't believe how much was packed into this book - especially a debut novel! I have to admit I was a little unsure about it since I had heard it was a little darker than I usually rea...

    2/3/2018: Now I've indeed read it, and it more than lives up to expectations. Off to pre-order The Reckoning at Gossamer Pond. -- 2/23/2017: I don't normally rate books I haven't read, but Goodreads does allow us to rate how we think a book will be. I think this one will be amazi...

    Whew.... such an intense read! It gripped me from the start to the end, and I am just glad it all ended in good ways. I am exhausted after reading this book, but oh boy....what a great story! This book reminded me to always have hope (and faith) in Him, for His promises always fulfille...

    Already, in the early spring chill and the gray mist that rolled from the forest to the base of the tree, the girl was a mystery at risk of being lost for eternity. The house on Foster Hill is a place where loss and pain goes hand in hand with a touch of injustice and evil that ...

  • Helena
    Feb 17, 2018

    BethanyHouseBloggers MY BLOG: Melissa Martin's Reading List ...

    EXCERPT: It was long rumored that the Foster Hill oak tree was not only the largest but also the oldest tree in Oakwood. While its top rose to a marvelous height, it was still dead and its branches never blossomed. The trunk was very wide at the base and split open to reveal a hollow i...

    Oh, a new author to follow! :) I wasn't sure what I was getting into, with the spooky tones, but I really, really loved the mystery that is strewn through the story, parallel in the two time frames as each character (Ivy and Kaine) probes into the mysterious secrets surrounding the des...

    Riveting! With its dual storyline connected by a single house and the women it touched, Jaime Jo Wright delivers double the suspense, double the romance, and double the reasons to keep turning the pages far into the night. The House on Foster Hill has it all: robust characters, twists ...

    ???? / 5 This might actually be more of a ?????, but I decided to go with a solid 4. My reviews and other random thoughts can also be seen at ----------------------> https://readingbetweenwinessite.wordp... The House on Foster Hill was a SUPER fas...

    This was an intriguing dual mystery, though I had hoped for a bit more suspense. It's told from two points of view. In the present day we have Kaine, still grieving the loss of her husband and looking for a new start away from old memories and a stalker. Her husband's death had been ru...

    What a great book! If you are looking for a romantic thriller with some history behind it that ties up beautifully in the end, then this is the book for you! I am so glad I chose this for by Bookbum read for January because not only was it amazing but the whole purpose of the January r...

    Guys, this book is so amazing (I was so honored to be able to read snippets of it in its baby stage?can't wait to get my fingers on a real, deal hard copy). Romance TONS of suspense and a mystery that will have you up all night until you're finished! This is one that you need to put ...

    This book kept me riveted! I love mysterious stories that are tied in with old houses, and this one had some amazing plot twists. Also, as an aside, I really loved the character of Grant Jesse. Wright has a really fresh way of writing that enabled me to "see" the setting and characters...

    I loved this book, the mystery surrounding the home, and the intertwining timelines. With dual plotlines that collide in the spooky house on Foster Hill Jaime Jo Wright has created a story that will delight historical and contemporary mystery readers. There are hints of romance, su...

    This novel! Wow! The House on Foster Hill was, without a doubt, one of the best suspenseful tales that I have read in ages! It was decidedly spooky and thoroughly engrossing, with storylines that kept me captivated. The events that plagued the women in this time-split story were one...

    Gripping! This book held me spellbound. The only thing that kept me from reading this in one sitting was the obligations of work and family. Debut author, Jaime Jo Wright, demonstrates skill one usually finds in a more experienced author. Her ability to tell a story with dual timel...

    The House on Foster Hill, Jaime Jo Wright?s debut novel, is a riveting twist on the gothic novel, and it?s deliciously intense! The dual timelines add to the intensity, and the writing is vivid and multi-dimensional. The layers in both eras, centered around the abandoned house and ...

    In her debut novel, Jaime Jo Wright invites readers on a chilling journey buried in secrets, murder, and a mystery shrouded in a century old house. I could not wait to get my hands on this story. Not since Agatha Christie have I read a haunting mystery that's left me rattled enough ...

    Suspense is not my go to genre when reading but do enjoy a good suspense once in a while. I have read Jamie Jo Wright's novellas in collections with other authors but this is her debut full length book and I would never know it's a debut by her writing. Very intense scenes and the mood...

    This is one debut book that you had better get a copy of right away! I never put this book down until the very last page. I could not turn the pages fast enough. It was such a, I don't want to say creepy read that's not the word that I am looking for, it was suspenseful, no wait it ...

    The House on Foster Hill is by debut author Jamie Jo and what a read! Between plot twists, mystery, suspense and incredible details, this book will captivate you, while holding your attention between two time periods. Written in a dual plot lines with immense attention to detail, this ...

    Thank you to Netgalley and Bethany House Publishers for this ARC. In a debut novel, Jamie Jo Wright, tells a story told in two different time periods. Ivy tells the story in 1906. Outside the house on Foster Hill, a body has been found-- stuffed into a hollow tree. The girl is ...

    What a mysterious debut! This time slip novel told the story of current day Kaine Prescott and early 1900's Ivy Thorpe. The story was set in Oakwood, Wisconsin and primarily at the eerie House on Foster Hill. The author does a nice job of connecting the two women's stories and I ...

    This is the first book I have read by Jamie Jo Wright. I stepped out of my comfort zone, I usually don't go for suspense or mystery BUT I really enjoyed this story. I am also not a big fan of dual story lines BUT again this was a wonderful and intriguing novel. I love the cover. It rea...

    This review and others can be found on BW Book Reviews. 1/5 - DNF at 41% Thanks to Netgalley for providing me with an advance copy of this book! It, in no way, influenced my opinions. I basically requested this book because of the title, description, and cover. They interested me...

    I received a free copy via NetGalley. I had a good feeling about the book when I first picked it up - an interesting blurb that promised an intertwined story of two women who are mysteriously connected through an abandoned, old house in rural Wisconsin. Without giving too much aw...

    I was excited to read this book after reading the synopsis and the first few chapters were quite promising, as they were pretty creepy. However, I felt that the mystery and suspense that should have been in this book just never really came to be. I did like both of the main characters,...

    Uhhhh I read this book in one night. Mainly because it was too intense to put it down without resolution. It's dark. Pretty dark for Christian fiction but there's hope and a good faith thread woven in. But did I mention it's intense and dark? Lol. Enjoy! ...

    This is not your grandma?s Christian Fiction. A bit on the dark side, a bit brave as it broadens the scope of the genre, and I always love something new and fresh in what I read. There was a lot going on (some I loved and some not so much, though only a personal preference) but the t...

    Wow! This book has countless mysteries, tons of suspense, some romance, history and much more! I couldn't believe how much was packed into this book - especially a debut novel! I have to admit I was a little unsure about it since I had heard it was a little darker than I usually rea...

    2/3/2018: Now I've indeed read it, and it more than lives up to expectations. Off to pre-order The Reckoning at Gossamer Pond. -- 2/23/2017: I don't normally rate books I haven't read, but Goodreads does allow us to rate how we think a book will be. I think this one will be amazi...

    Whew.... such an intense read! It gripped me from the start to the end, and I am just glad it all ended in good ways. I am exhausted after reading this book, but oh boy....what a great story! This book reminded me to always have hope (and faith) in Him, for His promises always fulfille...

  • Mary Jackson _TheMaryReader
    Dec 14, 2017

    BethanyHouseBloggers MY BLOG: Melissa Martin's Reading List ...

    EXCERPT: It was long rumored that the Foster Hill oak tree was not only the largest but also the oldest tree in Oakwood. While its top rose to a marvelous height, it was still dead and its branches never blossomed. The trunk was very wide at the base and split open to reveal a hollow i...

    Oh, a new author to follow! :) I wasn't sure what I was getting into, with the spooky tones, but I really, really loved the mystery that is strewn through the story, parallel in the two time frames as each character (Ivy and Kaine) probes into the mysterious secrets surrounding the des...

    Riveting! With its dual storyline connected by a single house and the women it touched, Jaime Jo Wright delivers double the suspense, double the romance, and double the reasons to keep turning the pages far into the night. The House on Foster Hill has it all: robust characters, twists ...

    ???? / 5 This might actually be more of a ?????, but I decided to go with a solid 4. My reviews and other random thoughts can also be seen at ----------------------> https://readingbetweenwinessite.wordp... The House on Foster Hill was a SUPER fas...

    This was an intriguing dual mystery, though I had hoped for a bit more suspense. It's told from two points of view. In the present day we have Kaine, still grieving the loss of her husband and looking for a new start away from old memories and a stalker. Her husband's death had been ru...

    What a great book! If you are looking for a romantic thriller with some history behind it that ties up beautifully in the end, then this is the book for you! I am so glad I chose this for by Bookbum read for January because not only was it amazing but the whole purpose of the January r...

    Guys, this book is so amazing (I was so honored to be able to read snippets of it in its baby stage?can't wait to get my fingers on a real, deal hard copy). Romance TONS of suspense and a mystery that will have you up all night until you're finished! This is one that you need to put ...

    This book kept me riveted! I love mysterious stories that are tied in with old houses, and this one had some amazing plot twists. Also, as an aside, I really loved the character of Grant Jesse. Wright has a really fresh way of writing that enabled me to "see" the setting and characters...

    I loved this book, the mystery surrounding the home, and the intertwining timelines. With dual plotlines that collide in the spooky house on Foster Hill Jaime Jo Wright has created a story that will delight historical and contemporary mystery readers. There are hints of romance, su...

    This novel! Wow! The House on Foster Hill was, without a doubt, one of the best suspenseful tales that I have read in ages! It was decidedly spooky and thoroughly engrossing, with storylines that kept me captivated. The events that plagued the women in this time-split story were one...

    Gripping! This book held me spellbound. The only thing that kept me from reading this in one sitting was the obligations of work and family. Debut author, Jaime Jo Wright, demonstrates skill one usually finds in a more experienced author. Her ability to tell a story with dual timel...

    The House on Foster Hill, Jaime Jo Wright?s debut novel, is a riveting twist on the gothic novel, and it?s deliciously intense! The dual timelines add to the intensity, and the writing is vivid and multi-dimensional. The layers in both eras, centered around the abandoned house and ...

    In her debut novel, Jaime Jo Wright invites readers on a chilling journey buried in secrets, murder, and a mystery shrouded in a century old house. I could not wait to get my hands on this story. Not since Agatha Christie have I read a haunting mystery that's left me rattled enough ...

    Suspense is not my go to genre when reading but do enjoy a good suspense once in a while. I have read Jamie Jo Wright's novellas in collections with other authors but this is her debut full length book and I would never know it's a debut by her writing. Very intense scenes and the mood...

    This is one debut book that you had better get a copy of right away! I never put this book down until the very last page. I could not turn the pages fast enough. It was such a, I don't want to say creepy read that's not the word that I am looking for, it was suspenseful, no wait it ...

  • Kate
    Jan 11, 2018

    BethanyHouseBloggers MY BLOG: Melissa Martin's Reading List ...

    EXCERPT: It was long rumored that the Foster Hill oak tree was not only the largest but also the oldest tree in Oakwood. While its top rose to a marvelous height, it was still dead and its branches never blossomed. The trunk was very wide at the base and split open to reveal a hollow i...

    Oh, a new author to follow! :) I wasn't sure what I was getting into, with the spooky tones, but I really, really loved the mystery that is strewn through the story, parallel in the two time frames as each character (Ivy and Kaine) probes into the mysterious secrets surrounding the des...

    Riveting! With its dual storyline connected by a single house and the women it touched, Jaime Jo Wright delivers double the suspense, double the romance, and double the reasons to keep turning the pages far into the night. The House on Foster Hill has it all: robust characters, twists ...

    ???? / 5 This might actually be more of a ?????, but I decided to go with a solid 4. My reviews and other random thoughts can also be seen at ----------------------> https://readingbetweenwinessite.wordp... The House on Foster Hill was a SUPER fas...

    This was an intriguing dual mystery, though I had hoped for a bit more suspense. It's told from two points of view. In the present day we have Kaine, still grieving the loss of her husband and looking for a new start away from old memories and a stalker. Her husband's death had been ru...

    What a great book! If you are looking for a romantic thriller with some history behind it that ties up beautifully in the end, then this is the book for you! I am so glad I chose this for by Bookbum read for January because not only was it amazing but the whole purpose of the January r...