Phantom Summer

Phantom Summer

Seventeen-year-old Taylor Gray moves to Sterling Island to get over her dead boyfriend. Mom’s cool with letting her crash on the couch, but Taylor needs to get a job before the lights are cut off again.

When the tall, dark and crazy Raine Tsunami offers her a position at his thriving ghost tour business, she figures it’s an easy way to make some cash. Taylor isn’t afraid of ghosts--that crap is as fake as her mom’s boob job. She loves their adventures on the historic island, especially the secret places he shows her when the crowds go home. So what if all the ghost stories are just legends?

When Taylor comes face to face with a ghost and Raine crosses the line between friend and boyfriend--Taylor’s new life collides with her haunted past. If murdered people end up as ghosts, then that someone she was trying to forget is probably watching her.

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    Phantom Summer Reviews

  • Violet Stone

    2.5 rounded up. I'm not a big fan of ghost centered books. They just don't appeal to me. While this one was interesting to read it was rather bland. Taylor leaves school and her father to live with he...

  • Lauren

    I really enjoyed this book. The story of a teenager having to go through the guilt of "killing" her best friend was interesting. I had read something that was similar but not enough for this to be a c...

  • Jordyn Kinder

    There were a few parts in the story that seemed to just jump in out of nowhere. Despite some editing issues I thought this story line was very good. I loved how Amy wrote about the dilemma Taylor Gray...

  • Gypsy

    Loved it ! Gave me huge :D ...

  • Shayna Varadeaux

    First off I want to say that this book is one of the best I have read in a little while.This story is so gritty and so raw in most spots. Taylor Gray is a girl dealing with a load of guilt. She has a ...

  • Tracey (Life and Literature)

    You don't know what sad is until you do something really bad. Like if you accidentally kill your best friend. And once you've known sorrow like that, you don't have to wear all black to prove it.I'm...

  • Farrah

    My Rating: 3.5/5Creepy, spooky, and sweet, Phantom Summer was a wonderful YA paranormal read. The romance had me smiling and the ghosts sent chills down my spine. I really enjoyed reading this lovely ...

  • Maegan Provan

    All in all not bad, but there was just a lot about this book that rubbed me the wrong way. The main characters behavior was a little melodramatic and it really became annoying of the span of the book....

  • Deb Atwood

    An underdog who battles self-blame and maternal neglect, Taylor is an eminently likeable protagonist. She refuses to surrender to the caprices of fate; instead, she works and plans to build a life for...

  • Kimber Wheaton

    *I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review*Phantom Summer is a YA contemporary romance featuring paranormal elements in the form of ghosts. I love the plot; coming of age, ...