Eliza Lainn is the author of the Apparition Investigation series. She loves fantastical stories full of magic, mayhem, and monsters, though she's been known to read through some science fiction now and again. She has an unhealthy obsession with billowing coats, can't throw a battle axe to save her life, and daydreams constantly about what it would be like to have superpowers.
When not writing, she's probably losing at a new board game against her brother or going for meandering walks around her Texas town.
“It reminds me of Meg Cabot’s Mediator series…but with two ghosts…and psychics…and serial killers.” – Candice, Review
As far as apartments go, roommates Stella and Charlotte “Bronte” believe theirs to be just fine. Sure, they hate taking the stairs up to the third floor, especially after grocery shopping. And yes, the apartment staff could be a bit nicer. All things considered though, it’s not a bad place to live.
Then they realize it’s haunted.
Which isn’t all that bad, really. Cyril and Oliver are polite, charming, and respectful. Sure, they have to get used to seeing shadows in the corner of their eyes or hearing voices whispering from out of nowhere. But at least there aren’t cockroaches in the kitchen and the neighbors aren’t loud.
Things seem positively hunky-dory. Until Oliver and Cyril begin seeing shadows, hearing growls. Then all four are left wondering: can ghosts be haunted themselves?
"It was new and adventurous and a tad bit scary. Who doesn't want ghosts and monsters?" - Casie, Amazon Review of Perception
Stella feels as if their ghost hunting business is solid: Rose knows the industry, Noah has experience with perceptions, Bronte balances everything with the right amount of sweetness, Cyril and Oliver lend a valuable ghostly perspective, and Stella is just starting to accept her new powers.
Only her powers keep growing, strengthening beyond her control. And this new case they're on? It has them running into rival ghost hunters. The Adair brothers from Obscurity Consultants are tried and tested when it comes to battling ghosts, which could be a problem considering Apparition Investigations has ghosts on the team.
Problems abound but Stella is determined to overcome any obstacle as AI helps those who can't help themselves. But their latest case might be too much for them to handle. After all, how are ghost hunters supposed to battle monsters and demons?