"Highly recommended for fans of gothic horror, ghost stories, or anyone looking for a chilling read." - Little Miss Zombie
"The Second Wife is a story of both the persistence of the Supernatural and of psychological horror, so finely tuned that the approach of the horrendous is gradual but implacable. I'm so glad I read this in the daylight; although I expect to have nightmares tonight. I literally have chills." - The Haunted Reading Room
"I can't wait to read another book by Catherine Cavendish. She's become one of the horror authors on my favorites list." - I Heart Reading
"Wonderfully creepy and intriguing. I think the moral of this story is... don't be the second wife. Bad things will happen to you." - Reading the Paranormal
"This story is a fantastic choice for anyone who prefers to allow their imagination to inflate certain horrors instead of asking the author to spell everything out in bright red letters." - Long and Short Reviews
When Chrissie Marchant first sets eyes on Barton Grove, she feels as if the house doesn’t want her. But it’s her new husband’s home, so now it’s her home as well. Sumptuous and exquisitely appointed, the house is filled with treasures that had belonged to Joe’s first wife, the perfect Emily, whom the villagers still consider the real mistress of Barton Grove.
A stunning photograph of the first Mrs. Marchant hangs in the living room, an unblemished rose in her hand. There’s something unnerving and impossibly alive about that portrait, but it’s not the only piece of Emily still in the house. And as Chrissie’s marriage unravels around her, she learns that Emily never intended for Joe to take a second wife…