Lauren and Abbie have got holiday jobs working at the local poetry festival. They have to work alongside Ruby - beautiful, brash and utterly set on getting famous (and consequently getting on their nerves). When the devilishly handsome poet, Ron Lord, turns up Ruby is besotted. Not only is he drop-dead gorgeous but he's also got connections and promises to help her with her showbiz 'career'. With their experience of spooks Abbie and Lauren soon realise the delicious Ron isn't all he seems, and Ruby could be in grave danger. But Ruby is aiming for love and stardom. She accepts an invitation to stay at Ron's estate and the girls have little choice but to go with her. Caught in Ron's ghostly world what will happen to the girls when the sun goes down-? Posing poets, fit photographers and a ghostly ex-girlfriend - this is hilarious chick-lit with a spooky twist.
SUSAN DAVIS has worked as a library assistant, dinnerlady, museum guide, tourist information assistant and amateur astrologer. The author of many short stories for adults, which have been published widely in magazines and broadcast on BBC Radio 4, and the winner of the West Midlands Arts Literature Award in l998, two competitions for new writing run by Mslexia magazine, and the recipient of an Arts Council Award for her work THE HENRY GAME is her first teenage novel. She lives in Shropshire and has two grown-up children and one young grandson.