When a beautiful woman claiming to be a ghost from 1912 appears in Nick Marshal's new office and begs for help in solving her murder, he's intrigued enough to consider her plea. A scandal that rocked Hollywood almost destroyed his law practice, so taking on a client who insists she's dead seems a good way to refresh his career. The more history he uncovers, the deeper he falls for the ghost.
Abigail Carlisle believes Nick is her heart's true desire, but how can happily ever after happen when she's already dead?
©2013 Marie Higgins (P)2015 Marie Higgins
it's the best way to spend a working day, and i'm thankful my job is one where i can listen to books all day long.
Here's a few points on my thoughts for this book.
1. The narration. She did a "fine" job but considering the characters were in their twenties you'd never know from her voice. Clearly, the narrator is much older and I kept having to remind myself that Abby was 20-something rather than in her sixties--which is what it sounded like. Sigh. Otherwise, she was fine, but better suited for an older characters.
2. Character development was severely lacking. I couldn't understand why these two could fall in love after one afternoon together.
3. (Spoiler) how in the world did the time traveling thing work exactly? I never could quite wrap my mind around it and I reconciled that it must be Disney magic.
Overall the book was mediocre, but it might be what others enjoy. It just wasn't for me. I thought it was just meh.
I have both the ebook and paperback copy for this story...the audiobook copy just made it complete. A lovely paranormal story! Beautifully written and narrated. Will definitely be re-listening! :)
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