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Love transcends all boundaries. Even death.

Molly dies while chasing a felon and discovers she has been sentenced to an afterlife of six years.

Trapped in the Halfway House, Molly must formulate an escape plan to return to Earth and protect Sam and Casey from drugs kingpin Lopez.

After returning to Earth, Molly learns no one can hear nor see her. How can she warn Sam and Casey of impending doom?

Learning of Casey's betrayal has left Molly in a fragile position. But when Casey puts Sam in direct danger, Molly knows she can't idly sit by, and goes on a crusade to exact revenge.

Molly has just one day left to get the justice she craves on Lopez and Casey. Fail, and not only is Sam's life in danger, but she risks spending an eternity stuck on Earth.

©2017 Scarlett Whispers (P)2017 Scarlett Whispers

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If you like the movie "Ghost", here it is.

I was entertained but let's acknowledge that the story is essentially "Ghost" with the roles reversed. Even the character's names are the same except Molly's the one who dies instead of Sam. Molly's killer in the book is Wayne Lopez, while Sam was killed by Willie Lopez in Ghost. I'm a little shocked. At first I thought this was was some kind of fan-fiction or something. Further, I'm surprised that no one really seems to mention it in their reviews. It's not like Ghost was an obscure movie, it was nominated for FIVE Academy Awards!
I think this genre has enough potential for unique stories so there's no need to do this. At least humor us and change the names so we can pretend we're enjoying something original.