Spiritualist Celia Thompson can talk to the deadwith a little help from her friends. She is also desperate to keep her late uncles loan sharks at bay.

A rich, new client gives her hope, but Brendan ONeal proves to be overbearing, infuriating and too captivating for comfort.

Suddenly, Celia finds herself compromised and married to this Irish stranger. Before the ceremony is even over, his late sister materializes. Something sinister awaits the newlyweds: Brendans sister was murdered, and her killer is now after Celia.

Time-travel superstar author Judith OBrien tackles the supernatural, and in her brilliant style she continues to captivate readers with witty dialogue, interesting characters and intriguing situations. (Nov., 380 pp., $6.50)

Reviewed by: 
Maria C. Ferrer