Monday, October 28, 2013

Spirit Me Away by Patricia A. Rasey


Title:  Spirit Me Away  
Author: Patricia A. Rasey
My Rating: B+

Genre: Paranormal Romance
Series
Release Date: October 2013
Main Characters: Luke and Holly
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Sexual Intensity: hot


Story Overview:
Luke Braden was having the best sex of his life one moment, and the next he's stuck in his apartment as a...ghost. No one to talk with, no one that can see him. That is until Holly stumbles into his life, or there lack of. Things are about to get way more interesting. 

Holly Andrews is excited to get her first place, to move beyond the walls of her parent's house and set out on her own. Nothing can dampen the spirit though, like finding out the place is haunted. And if that isn't bad enough, the hot and sexy ghost has one thing on his mind...seduction.


My Review:
It's October. You need to read this book! This is a great romantic ghost story!!!

This book is about Holly and Luke. Holly moves into Luke's condo six months after he died there. No one has lived there since because of his death...no one wants to live where someone died, but Holly is thrilled. This is her first place to call her very own....and is not so thrilled to find that she's sharing it with a ghost, even if he is sexier than sin. Well, that's the way she feels about Luke at first, but things change...the annoying part, not the sexy part.

This book is pure romantic fun ghost story. Luke was a VERY sexual guy (i.e. he died during sex) and he's very attracted to Holly. He's shocked that she can see him. No one else who's been in the condo since has been able to so he wants to explore that. Holly has been having a bit of a dry spell and after she gets over the initial ick factor of him being a ghost, she's game. Really...it's a lot of sexy fun. And that's the way that you have to go into reading it. There's no high drama or deep thought here, but it is pure entertainment. And you will definitely have to turn off a bit of your disbelief factor at the end. 

But if you want a ghost story that is the complete opposite of scary horror this October, I highly recommend this one. 

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