Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Ghost of a Second Chance Book Review

I bet you all have been wondering where I've been for the past seven months. Well first I had a baby who decided that a stay in the NICU was a good idea. Then we came home and it has taken me this long to get use to not having any sleep and to still be able to function like a semi normal human being. But now I'm back, sleep deprived and all.

While I was on my self imposed hyatus. I got to read some amazing books and some not so amazing. I'm only going to tell you about the amazing ones. So starting now until I run out of books I've read I'm going to give you some reviews. Actually their just my musings as I was reading these books. So with out further ado the first book I read was A Ghost of a Second Chance by Kristy Tate.

First I just have to say that I love this cover. And I wish I could find a clearer picture of it because it truely is gorgeous. Kristy has written a book where I was able to immediately connect to the main character Laine. She's struggling with her grandfathers death and the possibility of a failed marriage. I really felt her pain. Throw in a lovable but annoying ghost and you have the makings of a great story. I love the growth Laine was able to do. It was very easy to cheer for her and hope that her marriage wouldn't  fall apart.

My only complaint was the typos and missing words. But I'm finding that even authors published by major publishers have words missing and typos in the kindle versions of their books. I'm wondering if this is a software glitch.

If you're in need of a feel good book I highly recommend this one. It had me smiling through the whole book. Go here to purchase Kristy's book