Sidelined Afterlife (Hauntings at Inner Harbor Book 3)
by Joya Fields
Victoria Matthews developed psychic abilities after being almost drown. Since then, she has helped the police find victims of violent crimes, but the job is getting her down because she is almost always too late to help the person they are looking for.
Doctor Hunter Anderson lost his wife in a tragic accident two years ago. Since then, he has been being haunted by a ghost who is getting more violent every day. One day he meets Victoria in the lobby of the apartment building where they both live and Hunter realizes Victoria can see who is haunting him.
Can Victoria help her neighbor with his ghost? Is it his dead wife who is haunting him, or someone else. Time is ticking away to find out how to get his ghost’s unfinished business done so the crossing over can be done before the ghost turns dark and violent forever.
This was a very good book. I cried for the ghost when they found out why the crossing over wasn’t happening. I really want to read more from this author now. I could have done without the swearing, though there really wasn't that much of it. It just seemed to not fit in with the story well to have swearing in it, like it was pushing the thoughts too hard. 5 stars overall.