I thoroughly enjoyed this one, the second in the Merry Ghost Inn series. From the enchanting and picturesque Oregon setting to the charming characters to the suspenseful plot that kept me guessing right up until the end, it was an engaging and absorbing read. I loved the reveal at the end, both heart-wrenching and tragic, it was a great way to end the book. I really love Orville the Laughing Ghost, it’s a fun element to the story and adds just a touch of spooky that gives the series a little flavor.
Although a great book, it rambled a little bit in some places and while this wasn’t a huge issue, there were a couple of scenes I found myself flipping through because they were a bit repetitive. Overall though, it wasn't a big issue, it was still an enjoyable read and this series is quickly moving up on my must-read series list.
Overall, a solid second book in a what’s shaping up to be a can’t-miss cozy series and very enjoyable.