Author: Kelly Moran
The safest place is with the guy she doesn’t trust…
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…
5 out of 5 stars
It is no secret that I absolutely love Kelly Moran, and Ghost of You, the third book in her Phantoms series, just made me love her even more, if that was even possible. This book was wonderful. Definitely my favorite of the Phantoms books. Kelly delivered a steamy enemies to lovers romance with a suspenseful paranormal twist that grabbed my attention from the very first page.
I loved Cain and Sammy and the rest of the Phantoms crew, obviously. And the case that the team was working on in this book was thrilling and terrifying, and honestly the cause of the haunting at the school and church really did shock me. I really did not see it coming along with how Sammy was connected to the haunted site.
However, as much as I loved the book, I was not a fan of how quickly the case was resolved once they figured what and who was the cause. Before I realized the full scale of what was going on, it was all over and I ended up having to reread a bit or maybe that's just because I read too quickly sometimes when I get excited. Lol. Either way once everything was said and done, this book had the most satisfying ending off all three books. Seriously, the end of this book made me so happy because after the shit that Cain and Sammy had to deal with in their pasts and during this case they really deserved that HEA.