with a Paranormal twist
I’m living with a ghost.
I’m in a place I never thought I’d be: adrift in a sea of confusion and unfulfilled dreams. My life, my career, my marriage.
When my husband, Dan, asks me to join him on an island for an extended work project, I hope it will be enough to salvage our relationship.
So I go. Then Dan gets pulled away for his job, and I’m left alone in this unfamiliar place.
Before I even realize it’s happening, I’m falling in love with this island and pulled in by the magnetism of a century-old spirit.
The longer I’m on the island, the less my life resembles the one I lived before. When the time comes for me to leave, will I be able to? Or will my bond with a dead man keep me tied to the island?
Cece loves: words, especially of the four letter variety, snark, tea, all things crafty, and flawed characters that love passionately. She is a sucker for a great smile and thinks there is almost nothing better in the world than dessert.
Cece resides in Southern California with her husband and two little girls who constantly keep her on her toes.
That said, I was left with a few unanswered questions. Nothing major, but I seriously want to know where they spent the rest of their lives since the house belonged to the company Dan worked for and Archer couldn’t leave the grounds? I also would have loved to see some more details in regard to the rest of their lives? What did they tell people? Friends? Family? Townspeople? Also, a little more background details or explanation about why they seemed to have this across time otherworldy connection would have been great as well. Maybe the author will message me and put me out of my curious misery. (lol). So as you can see I have left this review a bit vague. I don’t want to give any of the story away. I think this one is best gone into without a lot of prior knowledge. However, since I know some people have certain triggers, I will include those in a spoiler tag. Enter at your own risk. (HIGHLIGHT TEXT FOR SPOILER) –> There is cheating in this one. The heroine (emotional and physical) with Archer, and the heroine’s husband with a coworker. If you want more details than that, feel free to message me.
Side Note: Please don’t copy any part of my review or link to it without my permission. I am not trying to be a bitch, but I don’t want my review used to bash a book because it has a plot point someone doesn’t like. I am sure everyone can understand that.