Haunted by; Brynn Stein 
                                             reviewed by; Becky

When Lenard Blake is forced to leave his wife, he divorces not just her but her influential family, who makes it impossible for him to keep his job as a Denver police officer, never mind to find another one anywhere in Colorado. But a rural police force in Virginia has an opening, and the move could be just the change he needs, so Lenard buys a house based on an Internet ad. But when he arrives, he finds that the house looks nothing like the ad… and it’s haunted as well.

Lenard doesn’t believe in the supernatural, but he decides to research his supposed ghost anyway. Soon he learns that fifteen years ago, Jason Miller was murdered in the house, and his entire family died under suspicious circumstances. As he makes friends with his ghostly companion, they join forces to try to solve the old murders. Along the way, they find there are some things that conquer even death.

I must start this review by saying I am not a huge fan of ghost stories, I bought this book because I love and trust this author, and boy am I glad I did! This is a sweet story of a man who loses everything and leaves his home state with nothing, only to find the love he has always wanted and needed in the most unexpected place you can imagine. This book is so well written that you will really enjoy it, it is a sweet love story, with a mystery intertwined. I am so glad that Brynn Stein took a chance and wrote a story like this, it was a very enjoyable read! *4.5 Stars*

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