Veronica “Ron” Wilson has her whole life behind her. At least, that’s what she comes to realize soon after waking up in the mysterious house she had come to investigate. A paranormal investigator by trade, Ron now finds herself investigating her own death with the help of a handful of helpful friendly ghosts -- and one who’s just a pain in the rear-end. Unfortunately, being dead doesn’t keep Ron from noticing that he also possesses quite the nice rear-end or from tingling in ways that almost make her feel alive whenever he’s near….
As if unwanted afterlife crushes weren’t bad enough, Ron soon discovers that she and her fellow ghosts aren’t the house’s only inhabitants. They’re all at the mercy of an entity named Sarah, who looks like a cute and innocent kid, but is in fact the reason each and every one of them died. Now Sarah keeps them prisoner and makes them her playthings, until she gets tired of them and… well, it turns out you can kill someone who’s already dead. Or at least Sarah can.
With the help of her still-living sister, a psychic medium who can talk to the dead, Ron and her ghostly housemates must unlock all of the mysteries that the house has to offer and find the way to defeat Sarah once and for all. Only then will they be free to move on to the other side. But is Ron really ready to go, especially now that she knows there’s a lot of living to do after death?
Preview the first five chapters of this romantic paranormal mystery that has an average of 4.5 out of 5 stars on both Amazon and Goodreads!
Jean Marie Bauhaus is a ginger GenXer who speaks with a twang that underscores her Northeastern Oklahoma upbringing. She developed a passion for good storytelling at an impressionable young age, and today channels that passion into writing.
A freelance writer and book editor by trade, Jean is addicted to yarn, dark chocolate, and even darker coffee. She has a degree in social science with an emphasis on psychology and sociology, and she thinks that someday she may do something with it besides psychologically profiling her characters and applying social theory to fictional societies.
She makes her home in Northeastern Oklahoma with her husband Matt and their gaggle of four-legged dependents. Connect with her on Twitter, and on Instagram @jmbauhaus.
The characters are immediately likeable and I was sucked straight into the story from page one.
When there are quite a few different characters in a story I find that there are usually one or two that I
don't particularly care about, not so in this book. I found them all well rounded and believable and
would happily read more about all of them.
Overall this was a very enjoyable read that I found hard to put down, and I will definitely be
reading more from this author.