I’m gushing about the setting of my favorite book, Haunted, on JD’s Writing Blog. Stop by and leave a comment to be entered in a drawing for a free download of Haunted. Check out all the other spookiness while you’re there!
"You feel as if you are the person involved in the story and you empathize with Wren's problems and her unlikely romance. Ms. Glass entices you to continue reading about Wren and Jeremiah." --5 Stars! - Long and Short Reviews
"A spellbinding marriage between a fairy tale romance and a dark, enticing ghost story." ~ --The Girl Who Stole the Eiffel Tower
"Haunted had me on edge reading wondering how and when the two lovebirds could be together." --Because Random Thought is Entertainment
"This was an interesting and exciting story that definitely leaves open the probability of a sequel and I will be watching for it." ~ Recommended Read ~ --Bitten by Books --This text refers to the Kindle Edition edition.
Wren Darby’s hopes of having a normal life died when she did. Especially since her near death experience has left her with a disfiguring scar and psychic ability. Not exactly most popular material. Now Wren has moved to a quaint town in Tennessee. Known for its sprawling antebellum homes, Columbia seems like the perfect place for Wren to recover from the scars she bears both inside and out. There’s just one problem—her house is haunted by Jeremiah Ransom, the handsome ghost of a young Civil War soldier who lived and died in her new home. As she grapples with the terrifying new skills that come with being a psychic, Wren realizes she may not be prepared for a strangely beautiful love that just might last forever.
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