Spirit Logan despises the obedience he has to show to his humans, and prefers the enjoyable solitude of the Void. For three years, he has managed to threaten them into severing their bond, thus having his memory wiped of their existence. Except his latest human, an emotionless woman with a secret past, isn't scared of him. Worse, she doesn't care about his ability to make wishes come true.
Tessa, a twenty-six-year-old nursery teacher in Fort William, Scotland, doesn't expect a sullen ghost only she can see and touch to burst through her solid defences. Both dismayed and intrigued, she offers Logan a deal he can't refuse: to live with her in the human world for one week, at the end of which she will agree to release him.
Slowly, Tessa braves through the safety of her detachment towards people to show Logan some kindness. But the more her feelings deepen, the more Logan increases his distance...
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About the Author
Dramatic scenes are still her favourite to work on, which is perhaps a reminiscence of her teenage years when every single ones of her stories had to end in epic tragedy (Shakespeare had nothing on her).
Thankfully, these days, she veers towards the happy-ever-after finale set in a glorious orange and red sunset.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I received a copy in exchange for an honest review To summarize: I really enjoyed this book! The authors her writing style really works for me and once I started reading I didn't want to stop. There story unfolds nicely, telling the story of two solitary characters who had something happen to them in their past they still aren't fully over. I felt like they both helped another and were able to change, open up and deal with things better because of that. I really liked these two man characters and their romance, they brought out the best in each other. This book also adds some details concerning the world building, which I liked as it gave me a better feel for why these spirits exist and it explained things like the punishments. I think I might like this book even more than the first, it's really good and I am looking forward to see what she writes next!