Ghost of You
Book 3, Phantoms
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It's no secret amongst the Phantoms crew that lead investigator Sammy Hanesworth pretty much hates psychologist Cain McClutchen. The tension between them is taut with dislike...and unexpected attraction. Cain knows full well that something about him rubs Sammy the wrong way. But now they're on a terrifying case-with orders from the network to get along or else.
Filled with past horrors, the Nebraskan site is more than creepy. And Sammy knows it all too well. It's her hometown and near the place where her mother was killed. As the sinister presence makes itself known, Sammy finds herself turning to the last person she ever expected-Cain. Even as darkness surrounds them, tensions gives way to something bright and unexpectedly intimate. But nothing will prepare them for the evil they are about to face...
HOLT Medallion Finalist - Paranormal Category
Each book in the Phantoms series is a standalone, full-length story that can be enjoyed out of order.
Phantoms Book 1: Ghost of a Promise
Phantoms Book 2: Give Up The Ghost
Phantoms Book 3: Ghost of You
Love Sammy & Cain!
The Phantoms series closes out with the fantastic story of Sammy & Cain. I have loved this series from the start with Ghost of a Promise. The characters in each book drew me in, so by the time I got to Ghost of You, I was already infatuated with all of them! Sammy is the epitome of hard on the outside, less hard on the inside. (I couldn't say she was soft!) Cain is actually wonderful with people, with the exception of Sammy. Their tension has been brewing for a while, so I was excited to see how they would get together and not kill each other. Their shared tragic histories is definitely a common ground for them. This story definitely hit on the darker side of the paranormal, which I truly enjoyed! Great story, great characters, perfect HEA and wonderful conclusion to the series. But, of course, I'd be happy to see more books on these people I have become so close to!