Megan Barrows can see ghosts. She has
stopped seeking them out after a bad experience and now
focuses on using her sixth sense to find antiques for her
Case Lambert approaches Megan in her
store under the guise of a man seeking an appraisal. Case
doesnít believe in ghosts or psychics, but something strange
is happening in the mansion he just bought and his friend,
Eric, insisted that Megan could help. Megan knows Eric too
and she is furious over what happened the last time she worked
with him, but the growing mystery surrounding Caseís house has
her reluctantly helping him anyway.
There are ghosts in Caseís house all
right, angry, dangerous ones. If Megan canít get to the
bottom of why they are there and what they want, they may not
make it out alive.
A Babe In Ghostland is a
sometimes funny, sometimes creepy story that kept me
intrigued. Megan and Case have an experience that was bound
to keep them close; they are a good match. The discovery of
why the ghosts existed was pretty clever, making A Babe
In Ghostland an entertaining story.