Ghost of You by Kelly Moran

Posted in Advanced Reader Copy/ Contemporary Romance/ Magic/Paranormal/ Netgalley/ Reviews/ Romantic Suspense/ Speculative Fiction 24th August 2015
Ghost of You by Kelly MoranGhost of You (Phantoms #3) by Kelly Moran
Series: Phantoms #3
Published by Entangled: Covet on September 21st 2015
Pages: 227
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four-stars

Ghost hunting just got sexy.
It's no secret amongst the Phantoms crew that lead investigator Sammy Hanesworth pretty much hates psychologist Cain McClutchen. The tension between them is taut with dislike...and unexpected attraction. Cain knows full well that something about him rubs Sammy the wrong way. But now they're on a terrifying case-with orders from the network to get along or else.Filled with past horrors, the Nebraskan site is more than creepy. And Sammy knows it all too well. It's her hometown and near the place where her mother was killed. As the sinister presence makes itself known, Sammy finds herself turning to the last person she ever expected-Cain. Even as darkness surrounds them, tensions gives way to something bright and unexpectedly intimate. But nothing will prepare them for the evil they are about to face...
The safest place is with the guy she doesn't trust...

Yet another damn creepy (but highly entertaining) read in what looks to be the last of the Phantoms series.

The case this time is personal, as Sammy Hanesworth soon finds out. The events and scars locked so tightly behind those walls of hers start to bleed out when it becomes clear that something else is after her this time around and the only person whom she can turn to is her Cain – the new guy who from the start, has been relegated to enemy status. I was itching for Cain’s and Sammy’s antagonistic relationship to take a turn and Ghost of You promised that switch…and more than I’d ever expected when a desecrated church, the bloodbath of yesteryears, a school fire and an accident-prone area come together in an enthralling puzzle waiting to be put together by the Phantoms team. I frowned in scepticism in places – the combination of rites and rituals from paganism and catholicism didn’t just take with me – and laughed in others, but generally rooted for Cain and Sammy to scale that wall of pain together as they fought the evil within and without.

four-stars

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