Ghost Light (Emma Scott)
Growing up in a sleepy town, Emma has lived a rather dull twenty-one years as a classic camper—more comfortable staying put than pursuing her desires. Of course, Emma has a theory about this: each one of us is a quitter, camper, or climber.
With the exception of her exhilarating dreams, Emma’s life tends to be tedious and predictable. When her reoccurring vision of a near-...more
Ghost Light's Emma is not only a relatable character, she takes us on a wild ride of new adventures, love triangles, laugh-out-loud experiences, and mysterious intrigue. If you're looking for a fun escape, Ghost Light is definitely it. I can't wait for volume two!
Review from jeannie zelos book reviews
So, Ghost Light....what kind of read exactly is it? I wasn't really sure from the description – the word Ghost in the title suggests maybe some kind of paranormal link, but the description simply says Literature/fiction (adult), women's fiction. Quick Ramble: I often wonder – what exactly do people mean by “women's fiction”?? Why should a book be classed as appealing to women? Books are universal and asexual IMO but clearly others fe ...more
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Realistic, honest and engaging, this is a coming of age story of one small-town 22 year old aspiring actress's journey into the big city of LA.
All the characters we meet along the way are likeable, relatable, and easy to imagine as real people. They came to life so much for me that I could really picture them and hear them clearly. The sweet romantic elements in the story got delicate butterflies giving my stomach a little flutter here and there, ...more