Husk pens an absorbing tale that focuses on a man hovering between life and death, and a ghost who just can’t let go. This short, quick read is a little bit scary and a lot entertaining. With a lovely romance, featuring some light passion intertwined with a ghost story, this novel will please readers looking for a sweeter and spookier diversion.

All it takes is a party and a drunk driver, and Ruby is no longer among the living. However, her boyfriend, Tate Cooper, is — or at least he almost is. As his body lies in the hospital, his spirit is drawn to the home he shared with his parents a decade ago, before their divorce. There he discovers Eloise Jones, who apparently is the only living person who can see and hear him. Once she gets past her initial shock, Eloise is determined to help Tate return to his body. But Ruby has no desire for this to happen. She will not lose him since he is the love of her life —- and death. (SAMHAINPUBLISHING.COM, dl $3.50)

Reviewed by: 
Susan Mobley