Stone's Ghost

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Stone's Ghost

Stone s Ghost Matthew Stone doesn t believe in ghosts until he meets one He owns a successful business in Lake Havasu Arizona home to the famed London Bridge that was brought over stone by stone and rebuilt over

  • Title: Stone's Ghost
  • Author: Melissa Bowersock
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 426
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Matthew Stone doesn t believe in ghosts until he meets one He owns a successful business in Lake Havasu, Arizona, home to the famed London Bridge that was brought over stone by stone and rebuilt over the Colorado River He has a gorgeous girlfriend, a doting mother, and money than he needs, but no time for stories about the ghosts who were transplanted from EnglandMatthew Stone doesn t believe in ghosts until he meets one He owns a successful business in Lake Havasu, Arizona, home to the famed London Bridge that was brought over stone by stone and rebuilt over the Colorado River He has a gorgeous girlfriend, a doting mother, and money than he needs, but no time for stories about the ghosts who were transplanted from England with the famed bridge When a chance encounter with a female ghost leads to unexpected friendship, Matt and the ghost are forced to rely on each other as they confront the pasts that haunt them.

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    1. Cathy Speight on said:

      This was just the sort of paranormal/fantasy book I really enjoy. You don’t have to suspend disbelief too far.Matt’s a pretty normal, well-adjusted guy, with a successful business, and he has a pretty normal relationship with a normal, nice girl. All very contemporary, very twenty-first century…ordinary, even.His encounter one evening with Janie, the victim of sad and tragic circumstances in the early 1900s, is life-changing. It’s not often you meet the ghost of a nineteen-year-old, who [...]

    2. Linda on said:

      This is an interesting character study that just happens to include a ghost. Matthew Stone is coasting through life almost in a sleep walk. He is so deep in denial that he doesn't even realize how far gone he is. When life circumstances and a ghost force him to look at his life more honestly, he loses his sense of balance.I liked how Ms. Bowersock explored Matthew's selfish, self-centered tendencies and then allowed us to see enough of his childhood to understand why he was this way. He was a ni [...]

    3. Lynne Cantwell on said:

      I know, I know -- Halloween was last week. But November, too, tends to lend itself to dark and mysterious goings-on. So I offer you a ghost story that's less scary than introspective.You may remember when the city of Lake Havasu, Arizona, bought the old London Bridge from the city of London, England (the one that crosses the Thames today is a new span), and rebuilt it over the Colorado River as a tourist attraction. The main character of Stone's Ghost, Matthew Stone, lives in Lake Havasu. His li [...]

    4. Wee Care on said:

      Let me begin by saying this- This is a 5 star read! It mixes the paranormal, a bit of romance, and reality all in one easy to read book. It takes a man from disbelief to conversations with the thing he didnt believe in. The main character has a wonderful life-a reputable business, a great girlfriend, a lively mother, and more. He comes in contact with what he doesnt understand and makes a lasting friend. If you enjoy paranormal reads you will love this novel! It doesnt play on a long complicated [...]

    5. Linda Parkinson-Hardman on said:

      When I think of ghost stories, I tend to think of those that shock and frighten, making me want to run for the nearest door or handy cushion to hide behind. I don’t tend to think of them as something to be savoured and enjoyed and therefore I do find myself avoiding them. I’m so glad I didn’t do my usual trick with Melissa’s book of avoiding it because I thought I’d find it stressful.Considering the genre, it’s a very gentle read that explores the way in which our lives are often ham [...]

    6. Lorraine on said:

      Melissa Bowersock's style of writing is light and breezy, which makes her story-telling easy to read and relate to, even when dealing with serious issues. Most people expect a ghost story to be creepy or scary, but "Stone's Ghost" is neither. The reader is introduced to the characters---including the apparition---in a way that draws the reader in and makes the reader want to know what will happen next. This tale is entertaining and suspenseful, following a logical, realistic sequence of events t [...]

    7. Misty on said:

      I love reading about the famous bridge in Arizona. Also I love ghost stories. The adding of the two together was wonderful. Thank you for wonderful read. I can't wait to read more of your books.

    8. S.A. Molteni on said:

      "Stone's Ghost" by Melissa Bowersock is an extremely interesting and very original ghost story that made me want to drive out to see the London Bridge and see Janie, the ghost. I know this is a fictional story, but the characters were so real and engaging that I felt that they were alive and well in Arizona. Matthew, the protagonist, along with his girlfriend, Carrie are the typical couple in today's world. Both are likable, but flawed in many ways. They love each other, yet are not ready to com [...]

    9. Janet Gogerty on said:

      I enjoyed reading about a place I do not know and I think the author captured well the modern relationships of men and women; there is no cut and dried path set for marriage and family and even in times when women of all ages can be independent, we can sympathise with the pressures of being an only son of a single mother. But the story had few surprises as it was obvious what was going to happen to the young couple and I guessed early on the ghost's tragedy.

    10. Susan Barhydt bielecki on said:

      The book was very different than I thought it would be.The writing is ok and the story is very basic.I wanted to read it because I live in the city in which the book is based.It is more of a life lesson than a ghost story and wraps up pretty quickly. However, it leaves the reader with a lot of unanswered questions.

    11. Amber Polo on said:

      A believable ghost story. I loved the Lake Havasu, AZ setting and the details of life in a tourist town and the operation of a Sea-Doo rental shop and the transported London Bridge. Bowersock’s normal guy guy gets involved with a ghost. A refreshing take on the ghost haunting theme.

    12. Linda Williams on said:

      Can a ghost named Janie help Matt break down the psychological barriers he’s erected to protect himself from his painful childhood? Or will he lose Carrie, the woman he loves, due to his fear of intimacy? I enjoyed Melissa Bowersock’s heartwarming story, her characters, and the setting for her novel—Lake Havasu City, home to London Bridge. If you’re looking for a light paranormal romance with emotional punch, you’ll like this book as much as I did. Everyone deserves a second chance, ri [...]

    13. sheila christensen on said:

      I really enjoyed this book. I Visited the London Bridge in Lake Havasu last winterI really enjoyed this book. I visited the London Bridge in lake have assumed last winter . So it was good to actually know where the story took place .

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