~Book Review~ “Ghost” by Scott Hildreth


My Review:

Porter (Ghost) Reeves had lost everyone he ever loved to Cancer, so it came to no surprise to him when he received his diagnosis.  He’d live until he couldn’t anymore. No treatment. But, when his insurance forces him to go to a support meeting in order to cover his medical costs, he’s confronted with hope and sunshine all wrapped up in the form of a woman . . . a survivor.  He couldn’t help but be drawn to her.

Abby Northrup, social media celebrity, philanthropist and cancer survivor lives every day to the fullest.  She enjoys the little things and has a list of everything she wants to achieve in life. She’s an absolute whirlwind of positivity.  When she sees the new guy walk in to her meeting, she can’t help but to reach out. And, from the first moment, she wants more . . . including a ride on the back of his bike.  

Together, Abby and Porter take an incredible life journey.  For the first time in either of their lives, they find themselves in a real relationship, and both love it and thrive sharing all of their moments together.  Can an outlaw biker who has found himself on the wrong side of the law and a do-gooder make it work?

Scott Hildreth truly outdid himself with Ghost.  These characters should not work together, yet they fit into each other’s worlds and fill a void for one another they didn’t even know they had.  Ghost helps Abby finish off her bucket list and Abby helps Ghost open himself to love and believing there is something more in life.

It’s a beautiful journey.  And, as in every Scott Hildreth book, the message is one that will stick with readers.  Live every day to it’s fullest. Take time to enjoy the little things in life. Tell those you care about that you love them.  And, that love truly is endless and eternal.

Grab your glass of wine, a slice of pecan pie and your box of tissues and take a ride with Ghost and Abby.  5 stars


About the Book:

Stand-alone, no cheating, no cliffhanger, HEA. CAUTION: This book defines love in the purest of senses. It will fill your heart so full there will be room for nothing else. For that, the author apologizes.


Porter Reeves was a real biker. On the day we met, that was all that mattered. It was his ticket into my life. His entry fee. On that day, he took me on a journey. One that would change my life, open my eyes, and fill my heart.

I soon learned that Porter was on a collision course, and that he was unwilling to help himself. I felt that I could provide him with the help he desperately needed, if he would simply subject himself to change.

Coercing an outlaw biker to consider change isn’t an easy task.


It’s one hell of a fun ride.


Abby Northrop came into my life by mistake. A celebrity, philanthropist, and lover of all things life, she was exactly what I didn’t need in my life. She was a do-gooder, and I’d never done anything good in my thirty-on years on earth.

Nonetheless, I let her in. Just for one night.

My plan was to screw her and walk away.

It had worked in the past.

Hell, it was all I knew.

After one night, I knew walking away from Abby wasn’t going to be easy.

But, I never took the easy way out of anything.


US: https://amzn.to/2GxCtQ6
UK: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07CWFP3YQ/
France: https://www.amazon.fr/dp/B07CWFP3YQ/
Brazil: https://www.amazon.com.br/dp/B07CWFP3YQ/
Japan: https://www.amazon.co.jp/dp/B07CWFP3YQ/
Australia: https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B07CWFP3YQ/
Canada: https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B07CWFP3YQ/


About Scott Hildreth:

Born in San Diego California, Scott now calls Naples, Florida home. Residing in Florida with his wife, Jessica, and six children, he somehow finds twelve hours a day to work on his writing. A hybrid author who has published more than two-dozen romance and erotica novels, his first book in a three-book series through Harlequin released in August 2016.

Scott has spent his entire life pushing boundaries, and his writing is no exception. Addicted to riding his Harley-Davidson, tattoos, and drinking coffee, he can generally be found in a tattoo shop, on his Harley, or in a local coffee house when not writing.

Loyal to the fans and faithful followers who allowed him to make writing a full-time career, Scott communicates with his followers on Facebook almost daily. He encourages his readers to follow him on Facebook and Twitter.


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