I love a good ghost story as well as a good romance and this story had both elements.
I don't dare spoil the anticlimactic ending; I'll just say it's another case of contradiction between the author's actions and the author's claims.
After a few pages I found myself drawn into the story and had a difficult time putting this book down.
Expected a little more to this story, didn't really get much in the way of "ghost story". Seemed kind of watered-down. Decent read, though.Published 14 months ago by Amanda L. Teigland
Short, sweet, well-written and very authentic! I am picky about my ghost stories...they have to be subtle and real, firmly rooted in the everyday world, to 'work' properly and... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Jen
Weird....unable to determine what was real and what wasn't...her parents acted like teenagers and as if their daughter was one of their peers.... Read morePublished 17 months ago by kathy salamone
This is the kind of book I hope to get when I order. It was so interesting I couldn't put it down.Published 18 months ago by laura Lutz
This book held my interest right to the end. While I didn't find it "spooky" or "scary", I would definitely recommend it to any ghost story lovers. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Jennifer Clausen
I enjoyed the connection between Walter and Amelia. Saddens me to know how lonely some spirits are. Just goes to show, there is so much more out there waiting to be discovered and... Read morePublished on February 14, 2013 by faith bertram
I still think about Walter and this sad little house and what happened --- a great storyteller here! This girl can write!Published on February 4, 2013 by Janet C. Finedore
Who doesn't like to read about "ghost encounters"??? Ms. Cotter has written the tale of a young girl seemingly befriending a ghost, and in among the goose-bumpy description of the... Read morePublished on October 24, 2011 by Sheryl N Roque