This book is so hard to classify, but in a marvellous way! It's got a little bit of everything: romance, humor, mystery, a touch of the paranormal, and more. Parts of it are laugh-out-loud funny, which I really appreciate as quarantine continues in my state. I hadn't read this author before, but I will have to check out her other works.
The author writes an immersive tale even though she tells it from multiple perspectives. Each narrator/principal character is completely unique. The three women don't know each other before they rent units at the same property. As they face the ghosts of their pasts and possibly ghosts in the house they're living in, they move from being casual roommates to actual friends.
The concept of “ghost” is used in several ways, even in the contemporary sense of ghosting. There may actually be ghosts in the house as well. Each woman—and even the one single man narrator—have figurative ghosts in their pasts. One theme of this story is letting go so you can have a chance at a better future. By the way, I absolutely love the little ghost illustrations that went along with each chapter. It always made me smile when a new chapter came up.
I found this to be a perfect read on an overcast mid-spring day when I still have to stay home to stay safe. If this quirky, unusual, and hard-to-put-in-a-box novel interests you at all, I recommend you pick it up because you may be just as enchanted as I was.