Nikki O' Connell is a journalist in New York and is in a relationship with psychologist Dr. Jonathan Greene. It seems like Jonathan is always working and that is taking him away from her. Nikki has always had trouble coming to terms with your parent's death. Can Jonathan help her with accepting her past or at least understanding? Or is it something more than they both realize?
I just loved Reverie by Candace Gold. Nikki O'Connell reminded me of myself. Gold really brought both Nikki and Jonathan alive and you really get a sense of where the stood, even though they themselves had no idea. Both of these characters were complex and simple at the same time. I felt that there could really be a series with these characters. I would be the first one to read it.
Candace Gold really knows how to make you fall in love with her characters and leaves you wanting more.
What do you do when a ghost mistakes you for his wife?
Furious with her boyfriend, journalist Nikki O'Connell visits Paris while reassessing their relationship. What she doesn't need complicating matters is the ghost of Claude Debussy crawling into her bed every night. Yet that's exactly what happens when the dead composer believes Nikki is his wife.
Journalists deal in facts, not in the supernatural, and it's that guiding rule that forces Nikki to doubt the possibility her rented apartment is haunted. Instead, she's confronted with the possibility that she's inherited the insanity that destroyed her mother.