Seeing is Believing by Terry Poole #mm #review @loveunleashed


Seeing is Believing

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As the only witness to the murder of a police detective Max never thought the dead detective’s ghost would appear at the foot of his bed two days later. Not only does Max have to deal with the often ridiculous fallout of being bonded to a ghost, he ends up falling in love with the dead man haunting him.

Although Nick expected a tunnel with a light at the end of it, instead of wings and a harp he ended up bound to a writer of romance stories, a sweet lonely man who brings out all his protective instincts.

But when the murderer comes for looking for Max, non-corporeal Nick has to find a way to stop him. If Nick succeeds, he may be forced to leave the man he loves but if he fails, Max could become the next victim of his killer.addtogoodreads_zps55cd15da16Crystal Marie_s RamblingsTAG

This is a really hard book for me to review.

 

When I read the blurb, I couldn’t wait to get started on the book.  I’m a paranormal junkie, and I especially love books about ghosts.  So I dove right in.

I do want to say that yes — I do understand when reading paranormal you have to stretch your imagination, but this book just required way too much stretching to be able to grasp it.

I loved the characters – that part of the book was great.  I did love the twists that the author had put in about the paranormal and spiritual world.  All of that was great.

The problem I had was the actual relationship between Max and Nick.  How Nick changed (literally) throughout the course of the book, and all of that.  (Yes, I know that sounds super confusing, it’s confusing to me and I already read the book, but I don’t want to give away spoilers!)

Because of that, I just couldn’t rate this book any higher than I did.  I loved so much about it, but everything with Nick was just way to strange and didn’t even make sense to me.

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