Love's Haunting Journey Home
She's a 1940s ghost whisperer. He's the son of a ghost.
Blessed (or cursed) with the ability to communicate with the dead, Elizabeth Reilly travels to the Clemente Vineyard to help the spirit of an old man return home. There, a living man's wounded soul offers her the challenge of a lifetime.
"...In The Passenger, Joie Lesin weaves an intricate and emotional tale of loss and love, tragedy and hope. I enjoyed this book immensely! I turned the last page with a satisfied sigh.
~Joy Nash, USA Today Best Selling Author of The Grail King and Immortals: The Awakening
"Paolo and Adriana's story is heartbreaking, but out of that tragedy comes the possibility of new love between Gio and Elizabeth. I recommend The Passenger to anyone looking for a touching romance with a splash of paranormal mixed in."
~The Long and Short Reviews
"...readers are treated to vivid description of the land, the grapes and the people who worked the land in a time that was much more simple."
~The Romance Studio
"The 1940's is portrayed so vividly that the time and place become characters of their own. I could see the clothing, hear the music and feel the scratchy car upholstery. It is a ghost story, a story of love and loss that bridges the gap between the living and the dead."
~Romance Reader at Heart
Amchair Interviews says: Bringing love from the “other side” makes for a good story.