Monday, 27 February 2012

BOOK OF THE DAY: Love in the Wrong Dimension by Anette Darbyshire

by Anette Darbyshire

Do ghosts fall in love? Jemma Haley is about to find out....

Set in London, England, Love In The Wrong Dimension is a modern romance told from the perspective of a ghost.

When best friends, Jemma and Alice, wake up after a party, they make a pact that will change their lives forever.

Then tragedy strikes when Jemma dies unexpectedly and realises that she's become a ghost. Terrified, she goes to find Alice in the hope that, using her psychic abilities, her friend can tell her what to do next. Instead of making contact with Alice though, Jemma meets Tom, an attractive but elusive ghost, who tells her that she's trapped in the eleventh dimension, a place for ghosts who weren't meant to die. Jemma vows to find a way out, but things get complicated when she develops feelings for Tom, whose own reasons for being there are darker than she could ever have imagined.

In the worlds of the living and the dead, both girls try to come to terms with Jemma's death, but their efforts are hindered by other troubled spirits. For Jemma, it's the creepy and sinister ghost, Max, whose bitterness could threaten her safety, and for Alice, it's the ethereal ghostly child who has been following her since Jemma died.

Anette Darbyshire was born in Copenhagen, Denmark and now lives in Kent, England with her husband, three children and two cats.

Her debut novel, Love In The Wrong Dimension, is a love story told from the perspective of a ghost and written in the style of popular romance. She is currently working on the first installment of a series about a haunted dress shop. 

Anette has always been fascinated by ghosts, having had her own paranormal experiences as a child, and now loves writing about them. What Is A Ghost? is a blog she has written on her website which explores a possible scientific explanation of ghosts. 

You can find more information about Anette, as well as her blog and a free sample (first two chapters) of Love In The Wrong Dimension on

Follow Anette on Twitter at @AGDarbyshire

1 comment:

  1. Read this book in December last year. Very good mix of 2 of my favourite genres, ghost story and roantic. Very miving and sometimes funny. I recommend it.