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Posted August 21, 2013
Rose Ramos was a reference librarian, until she inherited her grandmother’s house—and the family talent for connecting with the other side…
Moving into the lovely Victorian in San Antonio’s King William District is a dream come true for Rose—and also a nightmare. That’s the only explanation she has for the man hovering above her bed. But Skag is a ghost who’s been part of Rose’s family for generations. And now he’s all hers.
When Evan Delwin, a reporter out to debunk the city’s newest celebrity, posts an ad looking for a research assistant to investigate a famous medium making his home in San Antonio, Skag suggests that Rose apply for the job. Delving into the dark side has its own dangers for Rose—including trying to resist Delwin’s manly charms. But as the investigation draws them closer together, the deadly currents surrounding the medium threaten to destroy them all…
Can I just say I love Meg's books, she makes them relate-able and you get invested with the characters.
Now this is the second book in the series, but is stand alone. I loved the mix of contemporary time line and the supernatural plot.
The story is about Rose Ramos, who inherits her Grandmother's house and in the process sets in motion her going from Librarian to Medium. Skag is a ghost who has been helping the women on the Riordan family for generations connect to the other side. The flashback scene where Rose and Skag meet for the first time is great....he thinks he is going to make Rose more comfortable by showing up as a face she know, Hannibal Lecter...lol...so not the person to show up as ;) Rose is a smart, determined, strong character. When she goes undercover to assist a renowned debunk-er, Evan Delwin, the sparks fly between them and the paranormal activity increases. Evan is smart, handsome and a skeptic and the a perfect partner for Rose. The action and suspense are top notch and kept me on edge and entertained. The scenes where the hellhounds are chasing Rose and the ravens are attacking the house and then they somehow end up adopting a Helen (a hellhound) and Lenore (a raven) are exciting and fun.
A must read book and series
Posted January 11, 2014
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