Becca McAllister has always been different from other girls her age. Never part of the "in crowd", Becca never really fit in anywhere. When her mother dies and her father moves them to the small town of Corydon, Indiana, Becca didn't expect things to change. But things do change when Becca accidentally makes contact with a 160-year-old ghost. As the seductive spirit within Becca's home lures her closer and closer, she learns about her own past and starts to understand that some mistakes are meant to last.
"horrible narrator "
Beautiful. Secretive. Magical. You envy their freedom, but you are distrustful of their ways. A strange carnival has come to Corydon, Indiana and the Irish Travellers have captured the small town's attention - but it's Harmony who's attracted theirs. Harmony sees the Travellers everywhere and just like everyone else in town she's curious. But once she meets the mysterious and captivating Kieran, Harmony's life takes an exciting and chilling turn.
"Horrible Narration and Mediocre Story"
Becca has accepted the horrors of her past life, and emerged with her ghostly love Alastor at her side. But her happiness is short lived when she realizes that balancing her past and present won't be easy... Becca has already decided that it's Alastor that she loves, but now, as their uncommon relationship limits Becca's future, Alastor must decide if he's willing to make the ultimate sacrifice for Becca's happiness....And will Becca's sanity survive?
I moved away from him, not wanting to be anywhere near him. I was hurt and angry. Ever since that first night in my room when he appeared to me, we had been moving toward this moment. Why couldn't he see that? Becca has always known that it was always going to come down to this. The only way that she can truly be happy is if she and Alastor are together. If she doesn't find a way, can she live without him? But is she willing to make the ultimate sacrifice…even if it is the only way that they can be together? Everything for two lifetimes has been leading up to this moment.
"Could have better ending "