Brighid Garvey wasted half her life earning fortunes for others. Her daughter's
birth changed her priorities. Aided by her grandmother's ghost, Brighid steals the night's winnings and slips into
the slums of New York. She hides among the destitute until a midnight rescue provides an opportunity to escape. Everett Grey
needs a wet nurse for his infant daughter. Brighid needs the illusion of family. As the train races west, her heart yearns
to make fantasy reality. Will love triumph over distrust before the ghosts from her past execute their deadly plan?
A stunning new voice. Linda Andrews transports her readers into a history
populated by ghosts, psychic underpinnings and characters so real and wonderful they haunt us long after the novel has ended.
Kerrie Droban, author of The Watchman's Circle
What a literary treat!
From the slums of New York to the posh hotels of San Francisco, Ghost of a Chance provides a vivid tale of love and survival.
Brighit and Everett's journey toward freedom and each other is well told. Granny's antics added a wonderful humorous
twist on the typical interfering in-law character. I enjoyed every minute of the book and look forward to the next effort
of this new author.
Barb Munk, reader
If I had to be haunted by a ghost, I would hope it would have
the sense of humor like Gram. Loved the book and look forward to the next one.
Peggy Ustasiewski, reader
Linda Andrews tells an enjoyable story of overcoming the odds, finding a family and true love in GHOST OF A CHANCE. GHOST
OF A CHANCE takes us back to a time where poverty was abundant, social status was everything, and the West was freedom. Brighid
and Everett show that even those of different social backgrounds can come together on equal ground and triumph over anything.
The character of Gran provides much needed humor to the dark, depressing backdrop of America after the Civil War. Once I got
through the first chapter and got the hang of Brighid's Irish brogue, I couldn't put GHOST OF A CHANCE down. Looking
for a heart-warming story to read? Then give GHOST OF A CHANCE, well a chance.
Reviewed by Tina Burns for The Road
A wonderfully romantic and hauntingly engaging love story, GHOST OF A CHANCE is one terrific read. Brimming
with sexual tension and a plot filled with adventure, the book stands out proudly amongst its peers. Linda Andrews Tantalizes
us with a tale of ghostly happenings and strongly budding desires that fans the flames of the human heart. I found the cast
of characters to be strongly fleshed out and filled with wholly believable wants and needs, with plenty of action and villainous
persons to contend with the pace never faltered. I recommend reading GHOST OF A CHANCE to those of you who appreciate a realistically
written and well-rounded tale of paranormal romance. Published by Zumaya in 2003 the book is a specter to be reckoned with.
Reviewed By Joann Ruffen, Roundtable Reviews
I thought Ghost of a Chance was an excellent book. With characters
you will fall in love with and a great plot, you can't go wrong with this story. The exchanges between Brighid and her
Gran are very funny and sweet. The only problem I had, if you could call it a problem, was that it ended too soon. It was
all around a great read, one that I would recommend to everyone.
Reviewed by: Jill, Fallen Angel Reviews
A wonderfully romantic and hauntingly engaging love story, GHOST OF A CHANCE is one terrific read.
Roundtable ReviewsIn GHOST OF A CHANCE, Linda Andrews tells a wonderful story of overcoming adversity, the values of family
and a search for real love. The characters are alive, the dialogue stimulating and the fast paced plot keeps you turning the
pages from the very beginning. I recommend this book as a great read and look forward to another novel by this author.
Reviewer: Mariah, The Romance Studio