Ghost of a Chance

Rated 4.67/5 based on 3 reviews
Jenny Myers is a paranormal investigator with a skeptic's heart...until she falls in love with a ghost! More

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Emma Meade reviewed on Dec. 7, 2011

Ghost of a Chance is so well-written and easy to read that you should be able to finish this in a single session.

Jenny Myers is one cool chick. She’s independent, knows what she wants and doesn’t suffer fools gladly (that would be the chauvinistic and pig-headed Mike). She reminds me of Elena from Kelley Armstong’s Women of the Otherworld series. Jenny’s parents died when she was a teenager and she raised herself without any outside support. This explains her strength and no-nonsense personality. She now works as the designated sceptic on a paranormal, website show to get her through grad school. When a ghostly sleeve bearing a military button appears in a photo after an ordinary night’s shoot, Jenny’s beliefs are severely tested. As a rationale person and student of science how is she going to cope with the very real possibility that ghosts may exist?

I thoroughly enjoyed Ghost of a Chance. If you’re looking for a bit of light reading that’s well-written and intelligent, and want to try a new author on for size give this novel a go.
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apple_green gal27 reviewed on Nov. 14, 2011

I don't know if what I'm saying is a review or comment but well,, here:
I really like the book and I love the character of Timothy! The way the author described the characters and things were so well I can really feel them! like how Dominic was described as dangerous yet you can't help but be pulled in by him (but in the end I came to like him) and how the ghost was described as he showed himself to Jenny ... I REally got goosebumps! haha..

The only thing that bothered me was the time before Jenny and the ghost actually meet... or maybe I'm just too excited for them to meet that I found it really long. :D ..... and I love the ending.. so sweet and pure!

To summarize it's a great book.REcOMMENDED!
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Garry Linahan reviewed on Nov. 13, 2011

This was a really great read. It held my attention throughout. It was difficult to put down and when I did I couldn't wait to pick it up again and keep reading. For me that's the sign of a good, well crafted story. This really should be in print. It is much better than a lot of printed novels I have read. I wish I could claim this book amongst my stable of works. Very, very good.
My only criticism is that it was not proof read well enough. There are lots of little mistakes of grammar, and typos. For all that though, these did not seriously detract from what was otherwise a great read. I'm still giving this five stars, because really it was worth six. Well done, highly recommended.
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