Weekend Reads: Electricity: A Haunted Voices Novel by Claire Gem

It's all about the pitch~ 

She's an electrician. He's her coworker who wants to be more.
They’re working on an old insane asylum. 
Some of the patients never left.





About The Book~

She’s an electrician starting over with her son. New job. New town. New life. He’s a coworker who’s interested in more than her ability to run conduit. The building they’re rewiring was once an insane asylum…but it appears some of the patients never left. Mercedes Donohue pulled up roots in Atlanta when her marriage imploded. She’s come back to New England, to the place where she was born. Mercy’s focus is to stabilize her teenage son’s life—he took the breakup pretty hard—and to establish her place, gain the respect of Progressive Electrical’s team. She never expected so many sparks to fly so soon, both on the job and after hours. Daniel Gallagher has been alone since his fiancĂ©’s death. He’ll never feel that way about any woman again, and certainly won’t try with another independent, strong-willed one. Then Mercy short-circuits his plans. Although the asylum closed its doors over thirty-five years ago, Mercy & Daniel quickly realize the abandoned building is very haunted. If you like a heart-melting romance laced with healthy dose of supernatural thrills and chills, you’ll love Electricity.
About Claire~

Claire is a multi-published, award winning author of five titles in the genres of contemporary romance, supernatural

suspense, and women’s fiction. She also writes Author Resource guide books, and presents seminars on writing craft and marketing. Her supernatural suspense, Hearts Unloched, won the 2016 New York Book Festival, and was a finalist in the 2017 RONE Awards. Also in 2017, her women’s fiction, The Phoenix Syndrome, was a finalist in the National Reader's Choice Awards, and her contemporary romance, A Taming Season, was a Literary Award of Merit finalist in the HOLT Medallion Awards. Her latest release, Spirits of the Heart, was a finalist in the 2017 "I Heart Indie Awards." Creating cross-genre fiction she calls "supernatural suspense," Claire loves exploring the paranormal and the unexplained, and holds a certificate in Parapsychology from the Rhine Research Center of Duke University. A New York native, Claire has lived in five of the United States and held a variety of jobs, from waitress to bridal designer to research technician—but loves being an author best. She and her happily-ever-after hero, her husband of 39 years, now live in central Massachusetts.

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