Sadie Smith was absolutely certain of three things: (1) ghosts were indisputably real; (2) she and her three friends were some of the best (though not the most successful) ghost hunters in Oregon; (3) her teammate Jefferson Parrish was always the scariest thing in the room. In a face-off between supernatural beings and Jefferson's Tim Burton-esque vibe there really was no contest.
But ghosts—unsurprisingly—can’t help pay the
rent. So when Sadie and her friends are offered an undisclosed sum of
money from an anonymous client to find a link between four historical
haunted locations, it’s an easy sell.
During their cross-country
investigation, Sadie finds herself forgetting about Jefferson’s macabre
tendencies and falling for his sweetness, even if his idea of a love
letter reads more like a note from a serial killer. And she can’t stop
thinking about his annoyingly irresistible deep green eyes.
Sadie’s feelings get more tangled up with Jefferson, their group puts
together the final pieces of a 100 year old mystery—one that will change
Sadie’s life forever.
Parrish is a Supernatural, Urban Fantasy, Paranormal Romance Mystery story.
""Did you die here?""
This read was a great, well-written blend of ghosts, adventure, romance...and doppelgangers.
and her friends are paranormal investigators who are poor and not sure
what to do with their talents. Until a series of clues sets them up on
an adventure they won't soon forget. But who is behind the mysterious
messages and why?
I liked the story. It was unique and well-paced with enough twists and romantic tension to keep me wanting to read more.
The character were fun with quirks all their own but not so much as to draw me out of the story.
romance was written in such a way as to be natural in that it wasn't
instana-love or a triangle or all about taking clothes off. It mostly
involved kissing and sneaky glances at each other and hand holding.
I'd recommend this book to any reader, though it is written with older characters.
Great job, Shannen!