Sparkling water fanatic. Lover of random crap. Goodreads member curious to see if the grass really is greener on the other side.
Every so often, I am in the mood for story where I can get in, get out, and not have to spend a lot of time learning much about a new world or characters.
If you're occasionally prone to this random mood like I am, and if you're also a fan of off-beat romances, then this might be your lucky day.
Ghosts of the Falls was a short and simple love story. Jade is an exorcist called in to handle dispatching a pesky ghost. As dumb luck would have it, she just so happens to find the ghost intriguing, and isn't sure if she wants to get rid of him.
Who wouldn't be curious about ghost sex though? Right? Or is that just me?
This is one of those rare instances when the brief world description actually works in the story's favor. I had enough to enjoy by simply watching two characters interact with each other. There were no tedious details to have to learn, and no ridiculous or dramatic obstacles to have to overcome. The only question came in the form of wondering how a ghost and a human could be together.
Ghosts didn't have many bells and whistles, but it was just what I was in the mood for, since I've had a lot on my plate these days and was needing a quick and easy escape. I was sucked in from page 1, and breezed right through in no time at all.
This book provided from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.