The Ghost and Cheri
Cheri’s 7-year-old nephew is hearing voices in the night. Is it possible the old house he inherited from his parents came with ghosts? Then handsome Sky Welton arrives, eager to assist. But a paranormal investigator—a ghostbuster—isn’t what Cheri has in mind, either to ease her nephew’s fears or to tempt her vulnerable heart. The author won a career achievement award from Romantic Times. More
Can you live happily ever after in a haunted house?
Cheri Louette’s orphaned seven-year-old nephew is hearing voices in the night. Is it possible the old house he inherited from his parents came with ghosts? Then handsome Sky Welton arrives, eager to assist. But a reality show paranormal investigator—a ghostbuster—isn’t what Cheri has in mind, either to ease her nephew’s fears or to tempt her vulnerable heart.
A former child actress who weathered the crash of her career and a painful romantic breakup, Cheri views her new home as a refuge. But her ectoplasmic house guests have other ideas, since they need help from her and Sky to lift an old curse. Maybe it’s time to take a risk so Cheri, and the ghosts, can enjoy a happily ever after.
This light paranormal romance has been substantially rewritten since its previous incarnation under the title A Ghost of a Chance.
Jacqueline Diamond has published more than 90 novels, including romantic comedy, romantic suspense, fantasy, mystery, Regency romance and science fiction. A two-time finalist for the Rita Award, Jackie received a Career Achievement Award from Romantic Times and is a former reporter and TV columnist for The Associated Press. You can learn more about Jackie at her website, jacquelinediamond.com, or by visiting her on Facebook at JacquelineDiamondAuthor.
Other books you might enjoy by Jacqueline Diamond:
A Warm December
By Leaps and Bounds
Capers and Rainbows
Old Dreams, New Dreams
A Lady of Letters
A Lady’s Point of View
Lady in Disguise
Song for a Lady
The Day-Dreaming Lady
The Forgetful Lady
Jacqueline Diamond writes interesting stories that her readers can immerse themselves in and forget about the “real” world for a while. Her books are very well thought out and multifaceted, giving us characters that we love to read about.
--Donna Zapf, Cataromance
I'm a sucker for Jacqueline Diamond's romances. They always contain strong families and the complication of having an innocent child in the mix. Because they're shorter in length, it's easy to read them in one sitting and you always get emotionally wrapped up in the characters' lives.
--Helen Slifer, Writers Unlimited
I've enjoyed every book I've ever read by Jacqueline Diamond and I've been reading her books for years and years. I look forward to many more years of enjoyable reading from Jacqueline Diamond.
--Kathy Boswell, The Best Reviews