Saturday, February 9, 2013

Hereafter (Hauntings at Inner Harbor, Book 1) by Joya Fields

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When by-the-numbers accountant Rob Morrison, a skeptic of all things paranormal, moves into a new apartment and discovers it is haunted by the corporeal ghost of a beautiful woman, he must hastily reconsider his beliefs and revisit his painful past.

With no memory of her time on earth, Angie Barsotti doesn’t understand why she’s compelled to visit the same apartment every night as a ghost caught between two worlds. If she’s to have a chance to move on, she needs to find the missing pieces of her life and death through the man who lives there…if only he’d believe in her.

Together they struggle to find the truth about her death and stumble upon a very pleasurable way to time travel, hopeful they can prevent her death. But someone doesn’t want them to discover the truth. And if she’s human again, will she have any memories of her time as a ghost…and more importantly, will she remember the man who helped her find her way?

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With a new spin on paranormal romance Hereafter by Joya Fields is not your everyday ghost story.
Rob who was a one time believer in ghosts has since lost that belief through tragedy, Angie only know the quiet peaceful place and the apartment she doesn't know why she goes to.

With one of the most inventive modes of time travel I have ever read Angie and Rob travel back to find the truth about her death and fall in love in the process. How can it possibly work out when Rob is in love with a ghost. The flames between Rob and Angie is quick to ignite and increase to a blazing inferno by the end of the book.

A fairly quick read, that is fun and while paranormal it is paranormal "light", contemporary with a paranormal twist. I enjoyed Hereafter and am looking forward to more in the Hauntings at Inner Harbor series.

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About This Author(from Joya's Goodreads page):
Joya Fields has had over 100 stories and articles published in local and national magazines. Her debut novel, a romantic suspense, was a NJRW GOLDEN LEAF WINNER FOR BEST FIRST BOOK OF 2012 and is nominated for RT Book Reviews 2012 Indie Press/Self-Published Contemporary Romance award. She's since released three more books, with lots more on the way.

Over the years, Joya has taught arts and crafts, worked in public relations, owned a daycare center, helped her children raise prize-winning 4-H livestock, competed in three marathons, and even spent a year as a Baltimore Colts cheerleader. Joya loves spending time with her high school sweetheart/husband of over twenty-five years, two very supportive children, and a pug who follows her everywhere.

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1 comment:

  1. You expect a heartthrob to break your heart, but the heartbreaker comes out of left field.