Katie O’Sullivan


Format: Kindle Edition

File Size: 682 KB

Print Length: 246 pages

Publisher: The Wild Rose Press, Inc

Publication Date: Nov. 11 2015


Genre: Romantic Suspense

Source: Received from publisher

Book Description (from Amazon.ca)

Jillian Rogers Greene worked hard to close the doors on the psychic abilities that defined her youth. For years she pretended to be normal, ignoring the ghosts who whisper to her. When a car crash sets her on a collision course with the past, ugly secrets about her family and marriage come to light. She’s forced to reevaluate what she thought she knew…and exactly what the future holds.

Connor Sanderson might be the key to unlocking that future. The grey-eyed artist knows ghosts aren’t real, but his attraction to the beautiful psychic makes him question those beliefs. With her husband plotting to kill her, can Jillian make Connor see the truth before it’s too late?

 My Thoughts

GHOSTS DON’T LIE is exactly what the title states. Jill is your “ghost whisperer” who denies her gift as a teenager in order to be accepted. She becomes the cheerleader and dates the football player. Unfortunately her life takes a turn when her husband is accused of some pretty awful things. Of course Jill believes him and picks up the family moving from the only place she new.

Jill’s marriage since the birth of her kids is not doing well but things are looking up when she returns home to visit her sick Aunt. It is there that her “gift” returns and her grandmother comes to speak with her. Jill’s life is about to change and she is about to find out the truth of what happened so many years ago. Will Jill live long enough to find out?

GHOSTS DON’T LIE is a very well written novel. I didn’t anticipate the story being about “ghost whispering” but it was a nice surprise. It is one of those stories that once you start you can never put it down. There is plenty of twists and turns that keep you on the edge along with some things that you ever see coming. I must admit, there were times that I was angry and wish I could smack Jill’s husband. This is a perfect example of well developed characters and a great plot. Definitely worth the read. Not one to pass up.

Rating: 4

Reviewed by: KellyR

Received for an honest review