Shadows of Ghosts
Book Review - SHADOWS OF GHOSTS by L.A. MCGINNIS
It is not your ordinary paranormal storyline, and man I'm so glad. Sometimes after reading a certain genre, you find yourself in a rut reading the same old predictable format. This book takes you through many twists and turns, trying to figure out what is going to happen next and failing every time. How can someone so broken, find the strength to overcome all the hatred from others and self loathing to find the one thing she could only dream about and be kickass while doing it? I thoroughly enjoyed the hell out of this book.
Driving to South Carolina to claim an inheritance from a total stranger didn’t figure into Logan Dean’s long term plans. But she'd be a fool to pass up an opportunity, and her mother didn’t raise any fools. Now she's a pawn in a vampire war and fighting to stay alive. Thankfully, she’s discovered an ally in mysterious Ian Grant. As her feelings for Ian grow, Logan comes to realize if she wants the love she deserves, she's going to have to fight the demons of her past. For over a hundred years, cynical Ian Grant swore to never love another woman. But from the first time he saw Logan, he knew an ancient part of his history had come back to haunt him, and the one thing he doesn't want becomes the one thing he has to have. Two irreconcilable lives, five hundred years of history, and all they have to do to live happily ever after is defeat the evil that threatens to tear them apart.