- File Size: 728 KB
- Print Length: 77 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Broken Typewriter Press (February 2, 2016)
- Publication Date: February 2, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0193E76N2
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #254,459 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Top Customer Reviews
Ghost stories aren't really anything I've gotten into before, but that was the appeal that this novella had for me! I wanted to see how this author did with it, and it worked completely!
The story opens up to Millie hanging out in her attic domain, while a real estate guy shows an engaged couple the house that used to be hers. She is excited and nervous at the same time, especially when it seems that the man, Noah, may have actually SEEN her... when typically it's only small children that even care to take notice of her. Claire, his fiancee, had no clue that Millie was even there.
Once Noah moves in, it becomes very clear that he is aware of her presence in her home. He asks her if it bothers her that he's moved in, and proceeds to introduce himself. Millie seems completely surprised by this acknowledgment but also happy for the company in her home.
"Silence she could handle, but from Noah it unnerved her."
You slowly get the picture of what happened to Millie as the story continues and while it's a short novella, it's a complete story and was very fulfilling as a romance! She lived during the Great Depression and you also find out how she came to be a ghost in her own home. Her tragic past becomes something she can share with Noah, and they learn to connect, despite her not being in a human form anymore.
"Depression and life's cruelty may have driven her to a premature death, but it hadn't tempered her sweetness."
I really enjoyed the characters, and I liked that the house itself was also a character in the story. It held a history and a special place in Millie's heart. I love how she was so approving of Noah's changes to the house, when Claire wasn't.Read more ›
Rating: # 5 stars out of 5
This is the sweetest story of paranormal love. Until Death Do Us Part is a short story that if you just need to shed a few tears and then have a really happy ending, this is the book to read.
The plot of this book takes us to a house that is haunted by Millie. Millie is the sweetest ghost ever. Her life ended after terrible circumstances and she has been stuck in her childhood home for years watching families come and go. Her house is for sale again and an engaged couple is thinking about buying it. Millie is so excited that her house will be a home again that she begs the couple to buy her home. The house has been empty for a long time and she is so lonely. What happens in this story is so charming and beautiful you will have that feel good feeling at the end. There is so much chemistry in this book both good and bad. The story is fast paced and you will be speeding through the pages to read the conclusion of this story. Ending, yes it is a happy ever after, but remember that this is a paranormal romance. Character development we see how Millie’s life and afterlife has developed over the many years. We also see the relationship between Noah and his fiancé grow and change to an unlikely surprise.
PLOT 5 Stars
CHEMISTRY 5 Stars
PACING 5 Stars
ENDING 5+ Stars, yes I can do that
CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT 5 Stars
ARC provided by the author and Enticing Journey Book Promotions in exchange for an honest review. Reviewed by Mollien from Alpha Book Club
Reviewed by Maribel
Review I was pleasantly surprised by this novella! This was my first paranormal story that included spirits. Normally when I need my PNR fix, I read about vampires or shifters. But I am very happy that I took a chance on this! What I liked most was that I had no idea what to expect - new author, new PNR character type - and I enjoyed it!
This sweet romance starring Millie & Noah will win your heart. The characters are lovable and you instantly feel connected to them.
I enjoyed the author’s writing style a lot. She has the talent to pull you into the story and make you want to turn page after page. Even though the story is a novella, it doesn’t lack on charm and emotion. I recommend this if you like fast-paced, well-written paranormal romances. I look forward to reading the next book in the series!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Picked this up at a book signing recently and couldn't wait to read it. Anything romance is already awesome, but adding paranormal to it? Even better! I wasn't disappointed. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mel Henry
The main characters are easy to love. I really enjoyed seeing this non-traditional romance bloom.Published 1 month ago by Stacie
Loved this book!! Finished it within 2 hours!!! I'm sooo sad it was short, I want more!!!!!!!!!!Published 3 months ago by hana
Millie is a ghost that has been in her family home for decades and she has watched owners come and go, never being able to communicate with any of them. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Barb Pond
Good story. Kept me interested til end. Looking forward to more from this author.Published 5 months ago by Cat and Book lover
Millie, the friendly ghost... Casper ain't got nothing on her this Paranormal Ghost Romance story.
To me this book was half heart breaking and half beautiful. Read more
Until Death Do Us Part by Cassie Leigh is a stunning breath of fresh air for an avid reader like me. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Michele Gantz