‘Til We Meet Again by Stacey Kennedy

Ethan Thomas has spent years alone―forever trapped between worlds. Once a soldier in the Civil War, he’s now a ghost bound to a chaise lounge that once belonged to him. He’s spent centuries lingering in Savannah, Georgia, waiting to be saved…

Cassandra Cole is an interior designer hired to restore an old Victorian home. As she begins to furnish the house, strange happenings erupt around her. She suspects the house is haunted. Determined to find out, Cassie sets out to discover who the ghost is, why she feels a connection to him, and what she has to do to free him. The answers will surprise her in ways she never imagined.

From the Anthology Kissed From Beyond!

I recently discovered that I am currently in novella mode. I’m not sure I did it on purpose, but the last couple of freebie downloads that I acquired have been short and sweet. Turns out that sometimes short and sweet is perfect. In the case of ‘Til We Meet Again, it would be short, sweet and hot.

There wasn’t much time for character development in this book, but it didn’t keep you from feeling for either one of them. Cassandra’s compassion for Ethan and his situation was strong. I loved Ethan’s attraction to Cassandra and the ‘situation’ that kept him hanging around.. I’m not sure I was satisfied with the ending, but it was where the story needed to go, so I can’t argue with it, but *sigh*

All in all, ‘Til We Meet Again was a perfect bedtime read. If you’re looking for a quick, hot read, this one should fill the bill. Enjoy!

I received ‘Til We Meet Again from Amazon as a Free Download on April 5, 2012.


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