Unbroken by Paula morris

The second book in the ruined series see Rebecca return to New Orleans but all does not go according to plans when frank ask for her help to retrieve a necklace that was lost the day he was killed.  But Frank isn’t the only ghost that is watching Rebecca and in a town full of ghost from the past she has to watch her back from both the living and the dead.

The location for this story is beautiful and at times you truly feel that you are there. New Orleans is a magical, fascinating city with so much history and this story also touches on the real people who call New Orleans home and their struggles with outsiders coming in and taking over with changes and destruction of historical sites. Just like these well rounded ghosts have their story, so do the buildings in this action packed city that is so mysterious and fascinating to so many visitors.

Rebecca character grows a lot and I really enjoyed seeing her learn more about herself and this world where ghosts actually do exist.

I also really liked getting to know more about Anton. He is a hard character to get to understand.  But through unbroken you get to learn more about I him and his character.

I loved ruined and found unbroken just as enjoyable. For another ghostly adventure filled with intrigue and mystery check out Unbroken by Paula Morris!

Synopsis
Welcome back to New Orleans.
Where the streets swirl with jazz and beauty.
Where the houses breathe with ghosts.

A year ago, Rebecca Brown escaped death in a New Orleans cemetery. Now she has returned to this haunting city. She is looking forward to seeing Anton Grey, the boy who may or may not have her heart.

But she also meets a ghost: a troubled boy who insists only she can help him. Soon Rebecca finds herself embroiled in another murder mystery from more than a century ago. But as she tries to right wrongs, she finds more questions than answers: Is she putting her friends, and herself, in danger? Can she trust this new ghost? And has she stumbled into something much bigger and more serious than she understands? 

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