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Selene Blackburn gave up everything for Scarlatti Manor although it is not in her character to act impulsively. Scarlatti is said to be haunted and she has inherited it. Selene is looking forward to starting over. She leaves behind a profitable modeling career for a new one on the other side of the camera. But Selena has a sense of foreboding which she canít shake off. To her own peril she forges onward.
When Selene arrives at Scarlatti Manor she meets an enigmatic man. She feels she use to know him. When he speaks her name, Selene is sure it must be true. It is an impossibility: She knows him and yet, she doesnít. To make things even more weird, Dominic looks exactly like the man in a portrait which is dated 1908 at the manor. Everything about the manor is unusual, besides it being huge and creepy. There are more people working there besides Dominic and not all of them are pleased to see her arrive. They seem to be up to something but Selene canít figure out what or why.
The past haunts Scarlatti Manor and it doesnít take long for Selene to get caught up in the eerie intensity surrounding everything and everyone.
When was the last time you read a book about a haunted house, one that left you sitting on the edge of your seat caught in the grips of anticipation? If itís been awhile then you must read Sherry Mauroís The Immortals. I donít recommend reading it while alone in a silent house. Before long you will be hearing phantom doors and footsteps.
The Immortals is a suspenseful novel with a twist at the end that will give you chills.