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Roxanne's Ghost Saga Book 2
Maggie Tideswell
Paranormal Romance
Trifecta Publishing House
October 23, 2017
264

Reviewed by: Linda Tonis

Member of the Paranormal Romance Review Team

This is the final book in the two book series. It answers all the questions and secrets—and some of them never even crossed my mind. If you haven’t read the first book, do so before reading this review since it might give some things away.

Daisy’s memory has finally come back and she now remembers she is married and has a daughter. There is no way she can marry Jamin now. She does everything she can to encourage him to marry Lettie, the girl he would have married, if she hadn’t shown up. Unable to live in the same house with the man she loves, she moves away leaving Jamin to what she hopes will be a happy life. Unfortunately, she couldn’t be more wrong and what happens to Jamin, Daisy and Lettie makes for some very interesting reading so I won’t reveal anything.

In the meantime, Jess and Ben have to deal with Roxanne’s sisters. Jess is convinced that they mean harm to her and to Amber. She tries to remove Amber from the house, but once again something is barring her way and she is sure it is Millicent doing it. Her visions have revealed what has happened in Daisy’s life—or I should say Roxanne?—but every time she tries to talk to Ben, he refuses to listen. He still insists Jess will have to leave once the sisters are gone. However, by this time Jess is madly in love with him and doesn’t know how to convince him they belong together. Even in her vision, Daisy tells her she belongs with Ben and to make him happy. So far Ben is the only one who doesn’t agree.

Jessica’s life is threatened and the only thing that Ben agrees with her about is that they are all in danger. The truth about Roxanne’s disappearance, the reason that Millicent and the sisters have come and everything that happened to Daisy and Jamin are revealed. So many secrets, so many surprises and so much suspense made this book one that I read in one day. I finished my review of book one and then finished book two the same day so that should tell you how great I thought this series was.