Any book that moves Jacquie to tears must be a good read...
From the Ghost of Truth blurb:
5 stars purely because I cried at the end.
Seriously, it isn't often that I become so emotionally invested in characters that they make me cry.
This one is a little more convoluted than the first book and less silly too, though I love the writers humor and did have a few giggles. I would say there's better balance between the humor and plot than book 1, and I really enjoyed book 1. I just loved this more, perhaps because everything was familiar.
It really made me think about a few things at the end, which is all I can say without spoilers.
Hiro and Maddox have settled into their relationship so there's less drama there but I love them together. I really like books with established relationships and want to see more of them.
There's some steam in Ghost of Truth but not a lot which makes sense, they do a lot of hunting for ghosts.
Ghost companions, Natalie and Reggie, are still about and being more useful than before. There's still humor there but there's true friendship too. Reggie has really grown on me.
The way Hiro's ability seems to be growing is really interesting. I can't wait to see where this goes.