"Love on the astral plane!"
Four years ago, FBI Agent Sage Kaimoon was set up to bust
traitorous Frenchman Lu-Marc. Unfortunately, the agent who
turned traitor feeding Lu-Marc government secrets turned
out to be none other than his best friend and partner, Kyle
Denison. In the ensuing chaos, Sage, Kyle and Lu-Marc were
all shot dead. Ever since his death, ghost Sage has been
after Lu-Marc, also a ghost. While chasing Lu-Marc, Sage
ends up running in a hospital and sees a newly dead old
woman. This old woman commands him to protect and watch
over her granddaughter.
Everything Teri Mallory knows about being a witch was
taught to her by her grandmother. The two of them are very
close and when her grandmother dies, Teri is devastated.
She eventually manages to get home, where she encounters a
ghost. She cannot see him, but she can sense him. Well, one
thing leads to another, and Teri seeks solace from him. She
knows everything about him—from his scent to the feel of
his skin—but has no idea what he looks like. Teri knows she
has to do the one thing she promised her grandmother she
would—cast a spell to bring forth her spirit guide.
Expecting a little old white-haired lady with glasses, Teri
is shocked when a hunk shows up. And not just any hunk, but
this one seems very familiar.
Eventually, Teri goes to meditate to figure out how to
return Sage and get an appropriate—to her—spirit guide.
While meditating, Lu-Marc shows up and pulls Teri out of
her body and onto the astral plane. He's planning on using
her to finally rid himself of Sage.
Will Sage be able to save Teri from Lu-Marc? Will Sage and
Teri ever be able to finally do away with Lu-Marc? Why is
Kyle working for Lu-Marc now? Is there any hope of a
relationship between Teri and Sage?
GHOST TOUCH DANGEROUS SPIRITS BOOK 1 is a very different
type of ghost story. Mary Winter tells a very intriguing
story where most of the action takes place on the astral
plane. Even with the unorthodox beginning of the
relationship between Sage and Teri, Mary Winter does a
wonderful job of developing the growing feelings between
the two until we really want them to win over Lu-Marc and
live a normal life. All in all, an enjoyable story and a
nice read sitting in a comfortable chair with a blanket and
a cup of tea.
Reviewed by Chere Gruver
Posted November 23, 2008