Stacia Kane’s “Downside Ghosts” captured and held me through the entire series so far. Witches with innate magical powers assist in controlling ghosts that now run rampant on earth, protecting humans from their wrath. Chess Putnam, a highly and naturally skilled witch (struggling with her own personal demons) runs into trouble however, when she assists both the “Church” she works for, and the battling underground gangs that run her city. Caught in the middle, she experiences more danger, and fear than ever before, all the while developing unconventional friendships, a potential romance, and heartache that will leave you aching for more.
Dead Girls Are Easy (Nicki Styx, Book 1)
This was another fun and easy read! Lighthearted, a bit of romance, and a touch of scary!
Ok so it goes like this: The main character, Nicki Styx (yah…I suspect someone likes Motley Crue – speaking of which, have any of you read Nikki Sixx’s book? Good stuff too!!), okay anyway…
So Nicki (a spunky, goth-ish, female) almost dies from complications due to a genetic heart defect, and upon being revived, discovers an ability. She sees dead people (well, at least, their ghostly counterparts). Her handsome doctor develops a crush on her and follows her through her trials and tribulations.
As per the author’s website:
Dead Girls Are Easy (Nicki Styx, Book 1) A Match Made in Hell (Nicki Styx, Book 2) “Ghouls Night Out” as found in the
“My name is Nicki Styx, and I thought I had the world all figured out. Then I regained consciousness.”
There’s something about almost dying that makes a girl rethink her priorities. Take Nicki Styx – she was strictly goth and attitude, until a brush with the afterlife leaves her with the ability to see dead people.
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