When Ryan found out he'd inherited a title and a castle from a long-lost relative, he traveled to Scotland to learn about his heritage. But along with his birthright came a few complications: the castle is haunted by his ancestors, and they're not happy about it. Ryan's out and proud, but when he meets straight boy James, he falls for him. Is their relationship doomed, or do they have a Ghost of a Chance?
What disappointed you about Ghost of a Chance?
The characters are superficial and not especially likable. This is a boring and predictable "romance" story.
What could Jade Falconer have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?
Produced a story with some depth and suspense, it is a ghost story..right?. I couldn't relate to these guys at all and slang expressions like "that would be so rad" drive me crazy.
Who would you have cast as narrator instead of John Solo?
This is suppose to be set in Scotland... Scottish accents...none.
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