Ghostly Interference by Jan Sikes #Review #HorrorFantasy @JanSikes3

The White Rune Series

Jag Peters has one goal in his quiet comfortable life—to keep his karma slate wiped clean. A near-miss crash with a candy apple red Harley threatens to upend his safe world. He tracks down the rider to apologize properly. Slipping into a seedy biker bar, he discovers the rider isn’t a “he”, it’s a “she”, a dark-haired beauty.
Rena Jett is a troubled soul, who lives in a rough world. She wants no part of Jag’s apology, but even while she pushes him away, she is attracted to him. When he claims to see a ghost—her brother—can she trust him? And could her brother’s final gift, a magical rune stone with the symbol for “happily ever after” have the power to heal her wounds and allow opposites to find common ground—perhaps even love?

Our Review

Rena Jett grew up inside the foster care system with her brother. I grew up in the same circumstances and identified with her every step of the way. I know how hostile and confusing her world must have been. It can confuse the way you see the world, a world you never knew existed while inside a system that meant well, but never felt like it did. The author has captured every confusing emotion and the way they interact with a person’s life, extremely well.

I especially loved Rena’s relationship with her brother, Sam. He tried so hard to be there for her and his constant caring and mysterious presence made this romantic and beautifully written love story lovely to read.

I have just heard that the second book in the White Rune series, Jagged Feathers is now available, and I cannot wait to read it!

34 thoughts on “Ghostly Interference by Jan Sikes #Review #HorrorFantasy @JanSikes3

  1. Thank you for posting the review. I haven’t read either of these books, but they are going in my tbr read, especially after all the good things other commentators have said.

  2. Thank you, Jaye and Anita, for sharing your reviews and turning the spotlight on Jan. I’m looking forward to the read. Congratulations, Jan!

  3. What a wonderful way to start my day! Thank you so much for the fabulous review. Writing Rena’s character was hurtful to my heart at times, but I worked in Child Protective Services for several years and it gave me an inside view. So glad it worked! Thank you, ladies!!

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