Ghost Hour (Ghost House, #2)by Alexandra Adornetto


The edge-of-your seat powerful conclusion to GHOST HOUSE.

In the sequel to the page-turning GHOST HOUSE, Alexander Reade turns up at Sycamore High not remembering how he got there. But worse, he doesn’t remember Chloe Kennedy and believes he has come back to search for his lost love Isobel.
Chloe soon realizes that Alex needs her help surviving in the modern world. With his looks and the way he speaks, it’s as though he’s from another century. Which he is. In fact Alex has been dead for 157 years, but that doesn’t change how Chloe feels about him.

Chloe begins to experiences dreams that take her to a past life and realizes they are linked to Isobel. But when Isobel appears, Alex and Chloe must accept that the past and the present have collided. Chloe is being hunted by Isobel, who is just as vengeful as ever and out to destroy any bond between Alex and Chloe.

And she will do so – no matter the cost


The wait is over but I have to say I was a little disappointed.

I had waited 4 years  for this book to come out and though i enjoyed it I expected more.  Not to mentioned that this will be the last one in the series.

Chloe is back home but she just can not shake the memories  of her trip or Alex. Then he is there and the world she thought she had lost suddenly  reappears. But it is not all joy Alex doesn’t remember  her, her home life is falling apart  and her friends well she just can not connect with them.
There is a lot that I could say about this story but it was give to much of the story away. So I will keep it simple  plot interesting characters  great story good. 

If you loved the first pick this  up and if you haven’t started this series  pick it up this weekend


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