Ghosts Dont’ Lie

Jillian Rogers Greene worked hard to close the doors on the psychic abilities that defined her youth. For years she pretended to be normal, ignoring the ghosts who whisper to her. When a car crash sets her on a collision course with the past, ugly secrets about her family and marriage come to light. She’s forced to reevaluate what she thought she knew…and exactly what the future holds. Connor Sanderson might be the key to unlocking that future. The grey-eyed artist knows ghosts aren’t real, but his attraction to the beautiful psychic makes him question those beliefs. With her husband plotting to kill her, can Jillian make Connor see the truth before it’s too late?

I devoured this book, the first I’ve read from O’Sullivan. I was intrigues at the idea of this woman hearing ghosts and how it affected her life and the book did not disappoint. The author has a charming writing style which brings the characters to life and makes you want to invest your time in their lives. There are plenty of twists to keep you glued and although it’s about ‘ghosts’ this is not a horror book that will keep you up afraid of the dark but may keep you up because you won’t want to put it down. I’ve read a lot of books lately that sorely lacked decent dialogue and character development but thankfully this is not one of them. Your attention will be captivated by their conversations to the point you feel like you’re invested in these people, you’ll love the good guys and want to wring the neck of anyone else! I definitely love a good book that builds women up and shows us that we have the ability to go on and be stronger from the trials we face. You will experience the emotional stream of everything possible through this book and when it’s over you’ll just be wishing it hadn’t ended.

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Thank you to Netgalley and The Wild Rose Press for allowing me to review this book.

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