About the Book: Grateful Knight isn't looking for love when she moves into a rent-free house on the edge of a graveyard. At twenty-two, all she wants is to recover financially so she can move back to the city where she belongs.
But sparks fly when the gorgeous cemetery caretaker, Rick, introduces himself and mentions his suspicion that her new house might be haunted. Her attraction to him seems supernatural, and despite her resolve to not get involved, she literally can't keep her hands off him.
When things in Grateful's house start moving on their own, another man enters her life, Logan, a sexy ghost with a dark secret. He says Rick isn't what he seems, and indulging her passion for him could cost her soul.
One thing's for sure, magical forces are at work in the tiny town of Red Grove, and they're converging on Grateful. Life will never be the same once she's forced to choose between the ghost and the graveyard.
About the Author: Genevieve Jack grew up in a suburb of Chicago and attended a high school rumored to be haunted. She loves old cemeteries and enjoys a good ghost tour. Genevieve specializes in original, cross-genre stories with surprising twists. She lives in central Illinois with her husband, two children, and a brittany named Riptide who holds down her feet while she writes.
My Review: This is a well written and entertaining book that will keep you reading till the end. The story develops in a fast pace and is rich in explicit sensuality, thus it is recommended for adult audience. Trying to hide from the world after a bad relationship that lead to his ex-boyfriend to steal all her money, Grateful Knight ended up accepting his father help and moves to a house neighboring a graveyard. But the house is said to be haunted. Soon she figures that out by her own and a strange relationship starts to happen between herself and a ghost that lives in her attic. But there is also the caretaker of the graveyard, a gorgeous man that has eyes only for her. The story is full of twists, the characters are well developed, and the only problem is that, like most of the current stories, it does not end. The trend now is to write trilogies or series and the old fashion way of writing a book with a beginning, a middle and an end, I believe is long gone. But this book can keep you entertained for hours. It took me around 11 hours to read the whole book.
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