My hopes of having a normal life died when I did. Especially since my near death experience turned me into a clairvoyant with a disfiguring scar. Not exactly most-popular material.
Now, because of me, my whole family has been forced to move to some small town in Tennessee. My parents think a quiet new school and a new set of friends will heal me of the scars I carry both inside and out.
There's just one problem. I'm being haunted by Jeremiah Ransom, the charming ghost of a Civil War soldier who lived and died in my house. His presence makes me feel perfect. As if there'd never been a wound in the first place.
But I'm afraid that loving him will result in my death all over again.
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The cover of this book initially attracted me and in this case, YOU CAN judge a book by its cover. Fast paced, brimming with emotion, and a ghost story that melts your heart, Wren and Jeremiah made me laugh, sigh, and cry. Glass breathes life into her writing in such a way I found it easy to believe in ghosts, and even wished I'd meet a ghost like Jeremiah. :-) Five hours after I started this book, I turned off my ereader, and wiped the tears from my face. Eternal is a poignant and heart wrenching love story. I was drawn in by the emotions of each character. I felt when they felt and I cried when they cried. A great read. The end left me wanting more. I hope a sequel is planned.