I’d love to tell you how I got stuck in a house in the middle of Nowhereville, Illinois. Or how many years I’ve spent with no memory of the person I used to be. But I can’t. Those details are locked down tight inside the chaos of my mind, and I don’t have the key.The only thing I do know – I’m dead. Major bummer, right?I spend my days doing what I do best – scaring off anyone who steps foot inside my house. Of course, ghost girls can’t own houses, but that’s beside the point. A girl’s got a rep to maintain, and after a close call a while back, I’ve had to step up my game. This ghost girl doesn’t want to be exorcised anytime soon. Just when my unlife is getting increasingly dull, a team of hot paranormal researchers shows up to investigate the cause of all the unusual activity. Now I don’t know whether I should bust out my normal bag of tricks or take a chance on making my presence known in other, potentially naughty, ways. Don’t judge. Ghost girls have needs too, ya know, and mine have gone unmet for way too long. Cole, Knox, Macklin, Thad & Levi might have just gotten more than they bargained for – namely, me – but this feels like so much more than insta-lust. With every encounter, this sense of familiarity just won’t leave me the hell alone. Who are they? Who am I? In the end, maybe I’ll finally know the truth, and the guys might just get something they didn’t even know they were missing.
What’s a ghost girl gotta do to catch a break around here? All I want is some peace and quiet and some time to get to know the men I once loved. Maybe throw in some mind-blowing sex while we’re at. What? It’s been a hundred years, and this ghost girl has needs. Don’t judge.My guys are on edge and being a tad bit overprotective, so when I’m presented with the opportunity to finally get some answers, what’s a ghost girl to do? Reggie and I dress to impress and hit the club, but after an encounter with a possible frenemy, things start to go horribly wrong. I mean, my mark is smearing down my arm like ink across a page, the guys’ powers are starting to go haywire, and someone out there still wants us out of the picture…for good this time. We’re forced to reach out to an old friend for help. Death isn’t exactly what you’d call friendly, though. He’s honestly downright dour, but maybe his missing daughter can solve our little problem. That is…if we find her in time.One thing’s for sure. I’m going to need a lot more wine…and donuts…and alcohol-infused ice pops to deal with this shit show. Because there’s no way we’re going down without a fight. Sigh. Ghost Girl Problems!
This ghost girl just can’t catch a break. There’s fury in my soul and pain in my heart as I try to come to terms with the latest shitstorm the universe has thrown in the way of our unlife’s happy ending. But during the uncertainty following the abduction, we discover we’re not alone. We have the love and support of those closest to us, even if we barely remember them. With their help, it’s time to start tackling our growing to-do list
Like having Asher fix the guys’ souls. Or asking Nate to help me save Macklin…er…Thad. Whatever…that’s hella confusing (we’re working on a cheat sheet). Anyways, once we’re all together again, we’ll stop my sister and save the world. No big deal, right?
After all that, maybe we’ll finally get to live happily ever after…that is, if we don’t die first.
The prologue is intriguing. We get introduced to Knox, no last name. They don’t specify or don’t know who they are, where they are, and what they are, but everything is not as it seems. It is quite an intense jump into this book.
Wow, I didn’t expect that. Fate, yes, that her name, is our ghost girl. She doesn’t know the answers to the what, why, and how but is seriously funny in her monologue in the first chapter. Fascinating, the prologue guy comes into play at the beginging of this book. Hmm, I wonder where this will go and how.
So the readers get a few more clues about Knox if you are not up to date on all paranormal phenomena. He seems to be an empath, meaning he can sense others’ feelings. We also get a more detailed look into some other abilities he has. Hmm, this team has an exciting story behind themselves and what they do. All men, of course, and all smoking hot in the descriptions. But they all have a unique ability. As they start to get answers, the level of weird goes up, .but still, this is fascinating.
I love that every chapter of this book tells the story from a different character’s point of view. I mean, ghost girl plus five guys in one house, things are bound to be a bit nuts.
Cole is the leader of this ragtag group of paranormal hunters. Macklin is the tech guy, and he seems to do a deeper analysis of the ghost girl’s actions. Knox, we already know, is the empath and has quite a connection with her. Thad and Levi, the twins, are so very different but easy on the eyes. They are trying to find out her story.
The more time she spends with them, the more she seems to be more human. She is forming emotions to almost touching to a voice. This book gets more strange and intriguing. This book gets very emotional as connections are established. Then this gets way more supernatural and mysterious as we find out she is a Queen of the Gateway. Of course, there is some risk for her and her remarkable men.
Things get steamy as they travel to the Gateway and fight for each other. I’m surprised it was on my with one of her delectable men and not all of them. But just as everything starts to become apparent, things get worse. The memories all finally come back, and they are devastating between the then and now.
I love this first book. It was enjoyable, original, and intriguing. I loved how confident, sassy, and dirty-minded Fate was in the book. I loved how the story twisted and turned, revealing a lot in one book. Fate is a true heroine. She is strong, powerful, and doesn’t take crap from anyone. Her men are sexy as sin and angsty too. I love that they all have difficult gifts and personalities. Yes, this book is a reverse harem, but that wasn’t the focus of the book, and it was expanded on besides some obvious feelings and conversations. This book goes from strange to even stranger as her story and past is revealed, but it was a fantastic read.
The prologue starts between realms. It looks like it is from Destiny, Fates sister’s point of view, or a least a snippet of a conversation. It doesn’t sound good for our heroine.
This book gets steamy as they find themselves back in Illinois. Now she must figure out the why and the who and find her little black book. She also is balancing five guys at the same time. This gets crude and funny.
The men are conniving, tricking her into being safe while they work on answers. It is nice to get a glimpse of her being a gatekeeper and what that entails. Of course, she has to be an extremely stubborn woman and gets herself into so much trouble, both the wrong kind and the steamy kind. However, the highlight so far is imaging her two strong men dressed up and walking in heels because they lost a bet, way too funny to not be rolling through. This book is all about figuring out what happened and who was responsible for the one-hundred-year hiatus on duties and separations from her guys.
I love the reverse harem romance list the author hid in a scene in this book. This book is full of tons of comedy, so much so that you’ll be smiling while you read it. Of course, the apparent solution to issues is death. I didn’t expect that one. Omg, of course, things get so messed up right at the end, leaving this book in a massive cliffhanger. You will want to read the next book, and hopefully, everything ends happily ever after with no drama for a change.
I like that fate is fighting for her womanly independence in this book. She is no pushover, instead preferring to be in charge of her harem everywhere except the bedroom. Not all her guys handle it well; however, it does make for one heck of a heroine. This story is mostly about finding answers to what happened in the past and by whom. Most of the book is steamy as they reconnect after she becomes human again. There is also the threat of all the guys dying that they must deal with. Fate makes new friends and new enemies, but I think the best part of the book was with the grim reaper.
This book starts where the last book is left, and the men in her harem are mixed up. How will she and her men get back the sexy nerd so they can body swap them into the right body and soul combinations?
Fate is a bit of a mess, doubting herself and heartbroken at losing Mack in Thad’s body. But of course, the author had to go there. Why not have out-of-body steamy scenes with them using other men’s equipment.
Oh, they have some adventures in this book, and of course, the author doesn’t spare the humorous scenes or the intimate ones. Even at the worst times, there is more than enough snark and sass in this book to keep you entertained and hooked into the story.
This book seems to be a lot of drama and doom and gloom as fate and her men battle her sister in the underworld. But the book also shows the true sacrifice of love and alto for special moments with her harem. The author was very creative toward the end of the book. Who knew a ghost girl could get that surprise? I sure didn’t, but it made the ending of this story fun and interesting.
The ghost girl series is a comical paranormal romance and fiction series that will leave you spellbound. I love Fates personality, snarky comments, and overall character. This is a reverse harem series, and there are points in the book where I wondered about the plot. I thought her guys’ personalities were fabulous, and the author didn’t shy away from the steamy intimate scenes. However, I loved all the little moments and even action-filled ones by the end of this book.
Overall this series was a fun orignal read I highly suggest you give a chance.
You can find the Ghost Girl Series by Sinclair Kelly on Amazon each book is available on its own but that link above will bring you to the series page.