by Debra Glass

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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.

*Previously published as Haunted

Product Details

BN ID: 2940015594195
Publisher: Debra Glass
Publication date: 10/09/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 272
File size: 392 KB

About the Author

Debra Glass is the author of more than thirty five books, including the Skeletons in the Closet ghost story collections. Since childhood she has been fascinated by things that go bump in the night. She lives in Alabama with her family, two smart alec ghosts, and a diabolical black cat.

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Eternal 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
RomanticaFan More than 1 year ago
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.