I'm going to keep this short since I'm just on the other side of recovery with a 5 day battle with Strep throat which kicked my butt (I had no idea Strep could be this awful).
I sort of told myself no more paranormal books, but this one came highly recommended by good people, that I had to pick it up anyway. I'm glad I did. It is a super fun read. I liked the way the romance was handled. Emma is a bit young and naive, but she is no pushover and she doesn't crave mistreatment (be still my heart). I got a little frustrated with the conversations where nothing is learned, of which there are several with Bennett, one of her love interests. I have never enjoyed that, neither in Lost or in Soap Operas (Days of our Lives if you must know I have no idea how I started, but in grade 3 it was the thing to watch) I have never thought a situation should be drawn out when a simple conversation could solve it.
Regardless, the book was fun. I liked Emma, felt sorry for her a whole lot, and enjoyed the gruesome scenes when they appeared. I thought the ending was good and liked how they left it open for sequels because there is still so much to find out. Where exactly is her family!?
Spoilers >Her Brother Max must be eeeevvvvil. That's my guess. Either that or Bennett. I did love that two ghost keepers can't be together or the stronger will leach all the power out of the weaker. Nice wrench to throw in the romantic works! And I feel like something is up with Sara and Harry. What other creatures might pop up in the sequels? < End Spoilers
Book Source = I don't really remember. Sorry.