#Review Every October by Aubree Lane @aubreelane3


Every October

Being dead isn’t as easy as you think.


Tied to the cemetery where her remains came to rest, the ghost of Zoey Harris is stuck. The only bright spot in her miserable afterlife is that every October she gets to visit her daughter. It’s typically a quick fly-by to see what costume she’s wearing for Halloween, but this year the five-year-old can not only sense her mother’s essence, she can see her. The adventure begins when Zoey grows more confident in her newfound haunting abilities and decides to sneak a peek and see what her husband has been up to.


Until death do us part was all Caleb promised. To have the specter of his dead wife reappear the moment he finds the courage to take off his wedding band is the stuff nightmares are made of. Their daughter loves it when Zoey drops by each fall, but he’s tired of the sadness and grief. Caleb needs more…even if it means chaining Zoey to her headstone for all eternity.


Damn, this was simply a lovely story full of love, sadness and redemption. While reading Zoey’s story I found myself crying, laughing and even wondering if I myself would be filled with the same kind of jealousy that Zoey experienced throughout the storyline. The author’s writing style pulls you in right from the start with beautiful characters and thought provoking lines. I highly recommend this emotionally charged read.




{I requested a copy for reviewing purposes and made no guarantee of a favorable review. The opinions expressed herein are unbiased and my own.}


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