In the Spirit

  • by Linda Rettstatt
  • Narrated by Gwendolyn Druyor
  • 5 hrs and 11 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Author Jessica Windsor has a serious case of writer's block - how can she write a romance novel with a broken heart? Andrew McCabe's spirit has lingered for two years in the mountain cabin waiting for justice so he can pass to the hereafter. Ben Gearing is haunted by a past he can't change and can't forget.
All three need to be released for their spirits to be free.


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loved it!

i had to re listen to the first three chapters as i was focused on reviewing the book and then forgot about reviewing and did not realize it was the last chapter. the narrator nailed the characters . overall it was enjoyable.
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- LOIS Harrison

Entertaining and Enjoyable

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3.5 stars
A mixture of romance, mystery and suspense with a bit of paranormal. Quick, very entertaining, sometimes humorous and enjoyable story.

Great cast of characters, even the villain. Even though there is no mystery who the murderer is there is still a mystery element in the story. The romance is the beginning and building of a relationship. Not the typical HEA, we're soulmates and in instant love story. Clean with no sex.

Author Jessica Windsor is in a writing slump. She writes romance's but is suffering from a broken heart herself. In order to clear her mind and finish her book by her deadline she decides to rent a cabin in the mountains and get away to focus on her work. Ben Gearing the owner of the cabin has also had his life turned upside down and is struggling. Shortly after arriving she discovers that the cabin she has rented is already occupied by the ghost of another writer who went missing 2 years ago. In trying to help Andrew McCabe's spirit pass on she begins to investigate his murder. This investigation puts her in danger as well as brings Jessica and Ben closer.

This is the first time I have listened to a book narrated Gwendolyn Druyor. She did a good job with the narration. She has a pleasant voice. Easy to listen to. Her character voices were good, but the narration of lines not in a character voice were flat sometimes. There is not a lot of difference between male and female voices. It would have been a bit more enjoyable if at least Ben's voice had been a bit deeper instead of so soft.

This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of AudiobookBoom

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- Lori

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-01-2016
  • Publisher: Linda Rettstatt