Ghost Lover by Liza O’Connor


Ghost Lover by Liza O’Connor
Publisher: Lyrical Press
Genre: Contemporary, paranormal
Length: Full (243 pgs)
Heat: spicy
Rated: 4.5 Stars
Review by Poppy

Two sexy English brothers. One irresistible ghost. Who would you choose as your lover?

Completely broke and with a criminal record to boot, Senna Smith is one day from eviction from her apartment when Brendon, her promiscuous roommate from London, suggests she go to England, marry him, and manage his fortune. With few other options, she agrees to an open marriage. But she’ll never, ever, have sex with him, knowing if she falls in love with him, he’ll break her heart.

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The ancestral ghost of Durran Castle has to intervene if the Durran brothers have any chance of an heir. He can’t leave them to fix matters on their own. They are useless buggers when it comes to love. As counselor to Gar, matchmaker for Brendon, and lover to Senna, a ghost’s work is never done.

CONTENT WARNING: Allergy warning: Ghost cat in book.

I started reading this story, not expecting much more than the usual romance. Enjoyable, but nothing unusual. Thankfully I was wrong! I smiled and giggled while reading chapter one, and knew Ghost Lover would be a fun and unique story.

Senna, our heroine, is engaged to Brendon. They’re not in love, but for financial reasons, she’s agreed to marry him. They travel to his family home in England so she can meet the older brother, a fascinating but stern man. As it turns out, she also meets a ghost cat and the ancestral ghost of the castle.

Confusion and hilarity reign as the ghost takes a hand in fixing everyone’s problems. I laughed out loud several times and enjoyed this story more than any other I’ve read in some time.

If you enjoy mirth with your romance, and more than a touch of the unexpected, then I recommend you read Ghost Lover.


  1. Thanks for the fabulous review. I’m so glad you loved it. My characters are high fiving each other, even Mr. Finch the ghost cat, although no one can see him, so he’s just highfiving their legs.

  2. This sounds like a really fun read, and the bit about the ghost cat at the end of the blurb is hilarious. 🙂

  3. Debbie Carney says

    This sounds like a wonderfully entertaining book. I’d love to read it

  4. Great review, sounds like a good read.


  5. Liza’s got a great sense of humour and can write it into her stories with ease.
    Tried to tweet but Twitter was being a Tw’idiot.

  6. A wonderful review Liza!

  7. Great Review! Liza is hilarious and I’m so excited to read this book. She certainly keeps me laughing with her blog posts!

  8. Fabulous review for a fabulous book!! Tweeted.

  9. Thanks so much for the review!

  10. I love when a book makes me laugh out loud. Excellent review. Congrats, Liza.

  11. A ghost AND a ghost cat? I like the sound of that. And what a good review!
    catherinelee100 at gmail dot com

  12. Karen H in NC says

    Loved that allergy warning! Ghost Cat? I wonder if my ghost allergies will kick up if I read this book! Sounds like a good story.

    kareninnc at gmail dot com

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