By: Mary Merrell
Rosemary Fernandes is a sweetly naive real estate agent. Freshly divorced and longing for the warm touch of a man, at this point any man, she struggles with self doubt as she tries to make it in the competitive, cut throat world of real estate.
As she prepares to show a house and hopefully sell her first property proving to herself real estate is where she belongs, Rosemary stumbles upon Keith Laumer. A cocky, womanizer who just happens to also be dead, Keith pleads with Rosemary to help him. Trapped in the house he was murdered in, the very house Rosemary is trying so hard to sell, Keith invades her thoughts and follows her until she agrees to help.
Follow their harrowing story of murder, lies and deceit. Cling to your seat as real estate agent turned armature sleuth navigates the mystery surrounding Keith’s death.
Will she be able to follow the clues? Will she find out the truth behind Keith’s death? Will she live long enough to help him pass on? Read “House Haunting” by Mary Merrell to find out.
I was hooked from the beginning. My heart racing with Rosemary’s as she fought to escape the disembodied voice in the house, my heart breaking for Keith who lived without conscience, only to find his in the afterlife. Rosemary is a wonderfully human character that almost any woman could relate to. Tragic and self doubting, lustful and curious, she is the black cat in us all. Keith is the cocky guy at the bar that you hate but secretly pray to yourself that he takes you home with him. Even dead he’s a better man than most! I fell for him immediately. The chemistry and wit between Rosemary and Keith is immediate and nonstop. They’re banter and concern for one another is captivating and endearing.
Full of action, suspense, wit and tragedy, this book will have you rooting for the dead, booing the living and wanting the impossible to come true.
Find it on Amazon now, at 2.99 it’s a steal!
· Format: Kindle Edition
· File Size: 500 KB
· Sold by: Amazon Digital Services
· Language: English
· ASIN: B0054N7CTA
· Lending: Enabled