After making a fatal mistake on the job, Lina Zuendel seeks shelter in a Seattle assisted-living facility as their live-in nurse. But peace is not what she finds. She soon hears tales of ghosts haunting the house, and of two tragic deaths that took place in the 1930s. Unexplained events send her to ask questions of the handsome resident houseboy.
Ren Schultz, a seemingly young live-in houseboy, tries to avoid his growing attraction to the new nurse. His secrets are too dangerous to share, no matter how lonely he has become. But Lina is persistent, and soon uncovers dark truths that no one else has dared to face.
As their attraction grows, so does the intensity of the paranormal activity. Can their love survive the mysteries that lurk in the old sorority house?
I love the characters in this. I felt really invested in seeing how things would play out between Lana and Ren and was always looking forward to their next moment together (a sign of a great love story! If I'd had a psychical copy I would have been hard pressed not to look ahead to read all the highlights between them! An urge I constantly have to struggle with when reading a romance I'm really enjoying).
The author does a great job of writing likable, believable characters and does great job at adding the right dash of humor to it. The reader also does a fantastic job.
If you enjoy charming and gentle romances, you should give The Ghost Downstairs a chance.
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