Today I'm delighted to welcome author Harmony Kent as she celebrates the release of The Room at the End - the final novella in the Harbor Pointe series.
Harmony heralds from the United Kingdom and is well known in the writing world. With more than twenty books to her name, she's developed a strong following which includes me. I look forward to reading anything she writes.
This final book in the Harbor Pointe series shares the same common elements as the prior seven novellas.
--The story takes place in the fictional town of Harbor Pointe.
- --The story includes a lighthouse, and
- --The Hawthorne family is part of the story.
Each book is a standalone and is situated in a unique time period. The eight stories cover two centuries, and Harmony's book takes us into the future.
If you're looking for an exciting read, I highly recommend Harmony's hair-raising conclusion to the series. She wraps up the collective stories via a journey through time that includes the contrasts of good and evil, hope and despair, forgiveness and guilt, and finally, beginnings and endings. It will keep you on your toes!
When guilt-ridden Mia checks in to a suicide hotel, but can’t go through with the final act, vengeful ghosts gather to torment her.
Set in the near future, the post-war world is in turmoil.
Mia Hawthorne suffers an emotional breakdown, following the death of her wife, and loses everything to a corrupt government.
In an ironic twist of fate, the government suicide department, The Last Sanctuary, allocates a desperate and destitute Mia to the very hotel and family heirloom which she has so recently lost.
On her first day at the Lighthouse Inn, beset with painful memories, doubts, and questions, Mia finds herself coming face to face with angry ghosts, who gather to goad and torment her.
Lost and alone, can Mia find enough strength and purpose to avoid her final, frightful fate?