One mother. One daughter. One haunted town.
I retired from ghost hunting for a reason. And it’s that very same reason that makes me want to keep my daughter far, far away from anything supernatural.
But returning to my hometown after my divorce ruined my plans.
A collapsed nineteenth century mine has been disturbed, unleashing dozens of ghosts on the oblivious town.
And, to make matters worse, Edie wants to be the one to help them.
I never signed up to be a ghost hunter. I was born one.
But my mum won’t let me do it. Which means I can see ghosts, but I can’t actually do anything.
I can’t help them. I can’t help the people they haunt. And, if she had her way, I wouldn’t event talk to them. Ugh.
What’s the point in having magic if you can’t even use it?
I need to prove to Mum, once and for all, that I can do this. The question is, how?
Discover a whole new world of ghosts, magic, and romance in The Ghost’s Call, the first book in the Afterlife Calls paranormal mystery series. For fans of E.E. Holmes, Robyn Peterman, or Christine Zane Thomas, this is a found family fantasy featuring sweet romance and spooky scenes. It’s a little bit spooky, sprinkled with romance, and seriously sarcastic. Perfect for fans of Charmed, Lost Girl, or Ghost Whisperer. Happy reading!
A perfect October read!
The characters in this book are so lovable, especially Tilly (the dog)! Unless they’re the bullies and then you want to punch someone. I love the premise of this book, the overall idea of this story. It needs a little more editing and just a few tweaks and it would have been perfect. It’s still a very entertaining, engrossing book that keeps you wanting more. It’s also perfect for those who like spooky-ish vibes without scaring the pants off you or getting graphic or violent. Love it!
Really enjoyed this book and the interokay of mom/daughter ghost hunters
The Ghosts Call
Delightful, fun, entertaining, good hearted.