A bump in the night, footsteps in the attic, a door creaking in an empty house. To anyone else these occurrences may be disregarded as figments of the imagination. Not so for Megan Barrows. As a medium, these are real manifestations she dealt with every day of her life. It wasnít something she advertised which was why it surprised her when Case Lambert walked into her antique shop needing her help.
Case was prepared to discredit Meganís so-called abilities. Having a Ďsensitiveí spouting her mumbo jumbo in his home wasnít something he wanted. Case grew up watching his mother waste her money on psychics and it left him feeling bitter to be seeking one out on his own. But when a cold, ghostly body snuggled up to him in bed it was time to pull out all the stops. He didnít expect Megan to be genuine and he certainly didnít expect to be attracted to her. Case didnít relish being felt up by a ghost. He wanted a warm soft body next to him in bed. He wanted Megan.
Megan had been used for her abilities before and had suffered greatly for it. She was in no hurry to experience it again. She had her life planned. The building which housed her shop was for sale and she would carry out her motherís dream to buy it. A relationship did not figure into her future. But when her attraction for Case could not be ignored, Megan decided to give him a chance. First, however, there was his house to deal with. It was partial to her company and if she wasnít careful it would keep Megan forever.
A Babe in Ghostland mesmerized me. I couldnít put it down. Lisa Cach has written a charismatic tale which pulls the reader in, tantalizes, intrigues, and at the end, satisfies. Donít expect to find a dry spot in order to put the book down so you may get some work done. There are no dry spots. No middle-of-the-book syndrome and no rushed ending to ruin the experience. A Babe in Ghostland is a winner.