Ghost Girl - C.J. Archer

Ghost Girl

By C.J. Archer

  • Release Date: 2015-01-02
  • Genre: Paranormal
Score: 4.5
From 78 Ratings



"This was one fantastic read! A really fascinating story which I couldn't put down, so this is easily a 5 stars. Isn't there a 6 star option?" ~ reviewer Corazie

"Excellent read that sucks you in till the end" ~ reviewer Moon Cat

"Fantastic Gothic Mystery." ~ reviewer Karen Fowler


Cara Moreau is dying from a supernatural curse. Her only chance of survival lies with the warrior, an enigmatic man who comes from a realm "in between." Quin St. Clair lived hundreds of years ago, but now exists solely to protect the world he once called home. That's all he will tell Cara, the woman he must keep alive by remaining close to her. Very close. 

But Cara is determined to discover more answers as she grows to like her warrior. While they search for the book of spells and the cure contained within its pages, their feelings for one another can no longer be denied. But what will happen when Cara is cured and Quin's assignment is complete? And can she trust this mysterious man with the book if they find it? 

As friends and family from the previous Freak House novels help them, and old and new foes vie for power, Quin and Cara must not allow their feelings to get in the way of their task. Or Cara's life, and Quin's afterlife, may be cut short. 

GHOST GIRL is the start of the 3rd Freak House Trilogy. You do not have to read the 1st and 2nd trilogies to enjoy the 3rd.


  • "Ghost Girl" carries on tradition of drama, adventure and love

    By IrishMeeMee
    I have been a fan of CJ Archer’s paranormal trilogies for several months now, and "Ghost Girl"— the first book in the 3rd Freak House trilogy — delivers every bit as much as the first “Emily Chambers Spirit Medium” novels ("The Medium," "Possession" and "Evermore") upon which the subsequent stories build. Her fluid, descriptive writing in first person allows the reader to experience only what the narrator (in this case Cara Moreau, Emily Chambers’ young aunt) hears, sees, feels or discerns; the reader becomes immersed in the journey rather than viewing it as a bystander. Archer does an outstanding job of bringing the reader up-to-date with the important characters and events, so if you choose to read the trilogies out of order, the drama and adventure make sense. She has an incredible ability to create situations and solutions at once intriguing, surprising and satisfying. The relationships between Archer’s main characters are intense, sometimes forbidden, but always perilous, romantic and rewarding. The prospect and plight of Cara's and Quin’s love story promises to transcend the impediments surrounding them. I cannot stress strongly enough how grateful I am for this body of work, which continues to enchant and engage from start to finish. Read them in order if possible, but don’t miss out on an opportunity to become acquainted with and fall in love with Ghost Girl and all the books in each “Freak House” trilogy. I received Ghost Girl from the author in exchange for an honest review, and it has been an honor. Linda Galway