A Love Story
Recipient of The Gold Award from Literary Titan
“You don’t actually believe that,” his friend said. “You don’t really think women are perfect?”
“Oh, but I do,” Jack replied, “As a species women are perfect.”
His friend smiled patiently, “And how did you come to that conclusion?”
Jack offered a small smile, “It says so in the Bible.”
“Yes, what was the God’s last creation?”
“And the statement is proved,” Jack’s smile grew. “Once perfection is created, why continue?”
Jack Mill was a genius. The government had decreed it so. His abilities and potential had been identified while Jack was still in adolescence, and it could be said, the government adopted him. By the time Jack reached adulthood, he was the best computer security code writer known. He was also the most devious hacker.
Jack lived a binary life. It was orderly and routine, at least until the night he met the long legged, just retired Las Vegas dancer named Terri. That was also the night he met the ghost.
The ghost begged Jack to save her. Jack didn’t know who the “her” was, but with a perfect woman willing to help him, how could he say “no?”
Jrust on Amazon wrote:
It is at once a story of the supernatural, much adventure as well as elements of timeless love and romance, which still manages to avoid the cliché of most romantic novels. It even has something for those of us who find classic automobiles appealing. This is the second of Kwen’s books that I’ve read and the first one led me to this one. As in the first, his development of characters with true human depth and emotion, even the ghosts in the story, seems to be his forte. However, the adventure part of the story cannot be overlooked. Because of limits to my schedule I usually find that I must consume books in small portions over time, but despite this I found the building suspense and excitement of the final third of the book so captivating that I devoured it in one sitting, postponing other commitments while I did so. I think we’re going to hear much more about Kwen as time goes by.
Amazon Customer on Amazon wrote:
I was at first put off by the title of the book and the fact that it was a 'love story'. But, I was given a brief description of the story line and characters and then knew I just had to read it. I immediately bought the book and was instantly drawn into the story. I am an avid reader of John Grisham and like his style of writing. I enjoyed The Ghost in the Mini Skirt just as much, maybe a little more. The main character, Jack, is a cross between James Bond and Mark Zukerberg. This book has action, suspense, mystery, ghosts, and some romance. Truly a great book!
I love this story! It's fast paced and exciting, the characters are interesting and real. As with any proper mystery, it has twists and turns and keeps you guessing as to the conclusion. I've already read it dozens of times.
I also love that it supports breast cancer research! It's wonderful that a book is helping others live better lives.