Disclosure; I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own!
This book starts out with Ryan’s point of view, and honestly, I kind of questioned whether or not I would like it. I’ve never read a book like this before, but oh my gosh, I was hooked after a few chapters!!
In fact, when I got to the part where Mercy’s full name was used, I got a giggle out of it and had to let Nicole know! Mercy Earth-Echo Hunter. Pretty creative!
Shortly after waking one morning, Ryan Callahan discovers the truth that he is no longer among the living. He can move and see everything, but can’t grab anything, and when he walks in his bedroom, he sees his body laying in bed…. dead.
Mercy Hunter’s parents are Hippies who don’t stay in one place for too long, and she wants a normal life. She movies to Chicago shortly after graduating high school, to her parents’ disappointment. She finds the perfect apartment for her to live in, in Chinatown. The apartment just so happens to be where Ryan passed away.
Mercy is the only one who can see Ryan, though it takes a bit after moving in before she can see and communicate with him.
The story just gets better and better from there! Ryan and Mercy form a very odd friendship.
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About Nicole Tillman.
Nicole Tillman is an author who hasn’t always had a love of reading. As a child, she struggled to string words together and would hide in the back of the classroom with her head down in hopes that the teacher would forget she existed. Eventually, she was introduced to a young adult series by a family friend and her love of reading bloomed.
Nicole now weaves her own stories, content to lose sleep in order to write both contemporary romance and thriller/suspense novels. She lives in the Ozarks of Missouri with her husband, two sons, and two dogs.
Nicole has an Associates Degree in General Studies though Missouri State University and was on her way to completing her Bachelors in Creative Writing when she decided to take a sabbatical to focus on work and her family. Now a stay at home mother, she dedicates her time to her boys, writing, and photography.