Review by Madison Davis
Member of the Paranormal Romance Guild Review Team
Lenora Dale, painter, artist and working part-time in a frame shop, unexpectedly gets a flower delivery, together with an invitation to the reading of a will. The will is her father’s, a man she never knew and of whom her mother hadn’t been able to speak before her passing.
Lenora is still about to decide whether to accept the invitation when a man, Frankie, crosses her path. He intrigues her, makes her feel safe – and disappears as soon as she turns her back. Lenora, called ‘Lenny’ by her best friend Margo, a fan of the supernatural world and a ghost hunter, finally decides to accept the invitation and finds herself in a world she didn’t know exists.
Lenora is a strong woman, brave and heartily, who learns about a part of this world she is now involved in. Nothing she ever faced, not even her abusive alcoholic of an ex-boyfriend, prepared her for the secrets her father’s family holds. Her stepmother Charlotte is the leader of a pack like no other, but her upcoming occurrences pull them all into a vortex of energetic evilness.
We not only meet Lenny and Lenora, Frankie and Charlotte, but also Margo, whose knowledge of the supernatural is priceless and essential for this novel.
In this book, I didn’t fall in love with the protagonist Frankie, who seems to drive some double standards in my opinion. This time I got a secret crush on Divine, a handsome rebel with a smart brain and one of the guys who are as well distrustful as also supportive.
The book is written in a fast, scientific pace which had me read certain passages twice or even three times. Nevertheless, the story is fascinating and eventful and never gets boring.
In my opinion, there are a few paradoxes within the evidence. On the other hand, I’m not exactly a scientist and might have misinterpreted a couple of explanations. In the writing world,some stories are hard to follow sometimes, and still, some events are needed as a part of how the books proceed. The fact that my scientific understanding is severely limited does not mean the book is less entertaining! More the opposite!
I enjoyed the read very much! ‘Three Months To Change’ is recommendable, even if a reader isn’t a fan of Science Fiction.