Brad can talk to ghosts and he can also send them into the great white light you always hear about. He’s figured out a way to turn this into a business that he runs semi-unsuccessfully with his ex-wife, Sandra. They are swimming in debt, and this newest case he’s picked up could be just the thing to pull them out of the hole. But this new case they’ve picked up, involving a young woman named Alex, might be more than they are prepared for.
As other reviewers have mentioned, the tense switching doesn’t make for smooth transitions. Reading the chapter headers is going to help you a long way in knowing whose perspective you’re hearing. The characters are well thought out, from the philanderer, down to the meek boyfriend of Alex, they play their roles well. If anyone fell short, it was the Lilith angle, but she was necessary for “She”, so it makes sense to have her. The storyline is fun and fast-paced. I think this could be the start of a series with Brad and his skills. And I could definitely use some more Sandra, as she was my favorite character. Overall, an enjoyable read.
Love is Dead(ly) is available on Amazon for $4.99, it’s enrolled in KU.