OCD sufferer, Jenna Croft has it all – a house that’s crumbling around her, bills high enough to rival the height of Mount Everest, and now it seems she’s acquired an accidental fiance too. Although she sees this as an answer to some of her problems, it also means Mona (The Mona) Mansfield is her prospective mother-in-law. Just when she thinks life can’t get any worse, ghost Alesha literally crashes into her life. It soon becomes clear Alesha’s been economical with the truth as to what she really wants from Jenna.
Jenna’s parents died five years ago – she blames herself. Alesha died in a separate accident on the same date – The Seventh of May. Her ex-boyfriend, Ben, blames himself too. When Alesha engineers a meeting between them, Jenna and Ben bond over their mutual guilt and immediate attraction.
Can Alesha convince them to let go of the baggage they carry around, which is heavy enough to stop even the biggest plane from leaving the ground? Or are they destined to shoulder the burden for eternity?
Targeted Age Group:: 21-55
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
The inspiration for this book will probably be the easiest to explain, even if I write a hundred books. I’m fascinated with the paranormal. It was great fun to write. So, life after death, or simply death after life? Well…I DID get pushed by a ghost once…
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
To be honest with you, I don’t know! I woke up one morning and Jenna was with me. I got to know her and decided to tell her story. I know it sounds weird, she doesn’t really exist, but to me she’s real.
“Look, what do you want?” Jenna snapped. “Go away and leave me alone.”
“That’s not very nice.” Alesha tutted. “Are you always this rude?”
“You literally crash into my life, making me think I’m going crazy, and expect me to be welcoming?” Jenna shot back. “I’m having a bad day and the last thing I need is you appearing uninvited.”
“You’re having a bad day?” said Alesha. “Mine’s not exactly brimming with glad tidings.”
Jenna was immediately contrite. Of course Alesha was having a worse day than her. She was dead, after all. “Sorry, but surely you can see why I’m a teensy bit upset and confused as to why I’m seeing and hearing you? I don’t know whether I’m talking to a ghost or hearing imaginary voices in my head. Do you see my problem?”
“Yes, love, I see your problem.” An elderly lady took Jenna’s arm. “Do they know you’re out on your own?”
A red-hot heat travelled through her body. Glancing round in trepidation, horror pierced through Jenna at the sight of a crowd of people gathering, all throwing sympathetic glances in her direction.
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