The Ghost and The Graveyard
Grateful King, moves to a small town house in Red Grove, but soon learns secrets about herself that astound her beyond belief. Aside from the fact she lives next to a graveyard and her house is haunted. It was revealed to her by a very sexy and attractive man that she is his reincarnated lost love, Hecate, the monk's hill witch.The one she fantasized about and who desired her for himself is Rick Ordenes, the caretaker.
His gray eyes settled on my face. “I am the caretaker, Grateful.” His finger tapped the scar on his chest. "And you are the Monk’s Hill witch. Your soul has returned to me again as it does each time you die. Your work awaits you. All you have to do is accept your role, and it will be done.”
The third wheel Ghost, Logan, seems content where he's at and unconcerned about moving on due to either his lost memories OR maybe in some twisting turn of event HIS BODY IS STILL ALIVE!
“What? I don’t want that guy touching my body,” Logan protested. “You should have had such qualms when you possessed me, you insolent ball of gas!” Rick threw up his hands in disgust.
He knows about the magic and power of the sorter witch, and would rather stay with her than be doomed to hell. I don't know why he fears going to hell as he is a very sweet comic relief and besides, Grateful would never send him there.The villain is Marcus an evil vampire who had been bound to the cemetery by the witch in her past reincarnation.
“Calling her a witch is an understatement. Her name was Isabella Lockhart, and she was more powerful than any to walk this earth. She was a sorceress of the dead and, although Monk didn’t know it, she had been protecting the town of Red Grove for years from the supernatural beings passing through these woods.”
About the Author
Genevieve Jack grew up in a suburb of Chicago and attended a high school rumored to be haunted. She loves old cemeteries and enjoys a good ghost tour. Genevieve specializes in original, cross-genre stories with surprising twists and writes a best-selling young adult series under a different name. She lives in central Illinois with her husband, two children, and a brittany named Riptide who holds down her feet while she writes.