Wall’s latest will tug at your heartstrings with an emotional story of coping with death, managing family and accepting love when it’s being freely given. The circumstances of Shilo’s death are the threads that tie the romance to the suspense as Jenny searches for answers as to why she was chosen to help Shilo in the first place. With situations that every reader can identify with — especially the difficulties of handling new love — this is easily read in one sitting.

Jenny is a glass-half-empty kind of girl until a friend gets a DUI and she decides to start her own designated driving business. She meets Grant Tucker, aka Mr. Grouchy Pants, while helping him change a tire, and nothing in her life will ever be the same. Suddenly she’s seeing and hearing Shilo, the dead daughter of Grant’s uncle/boss, and she can’t help feeling like the closer she gets to Grant and his family, the more her own life gets called into question. (CRIMSONROMANCE.COM, $3.99)
Reviewed by: 
Anna Dougherty