Insights for the Booksites - reading mostly for my own pleasure
Brianna Moreno was 22 when she was murdered by some psycho serial killer named Brian who had killed dozens of people before her. Now, she was stuck on this mortal coil as a ghost and had to learn how to survive if you will, at being one, like move objects and transport. With the help of Tate, another ghost who she thinks is hot, he leads her to an old decrepit house. Here she finds other victim ghosts intent on avenging themselves. I found the story had it's disturbing points and gory points but it was very amateurish.
First of all, too many spelling mistakes. I don't know if it is the editor's fault but it was awful. Secondly, did the premise of being a ghost fail with Brian and his wife when they were killed? Didn't these murdered ghost victims think Brian and his wife would become ghosts as well? They didn't but why not? It wasn't something that was explained and am I the only one who thinks this?
Anyway I'm glad Brianna was able to save her sister and that the ghosts succeeded in killing the bad guys. I was even happy to hear about the romantic theme with Tate and Brianna but I don't think I would recommend this book to anyone until the errors are corrected.
From the Grammar Nazi