For some reason, that ghost seems intent on saving the klutziest player, Luke Landau.
Hailey had been wondering what had dabbed Luke from serious injuries. The collisions look much worse than the results but she never expected to see a guy in a loin cloth saving the Luke, and the game.
Hott Review of The Cheerleader and the Ghost:
I’ve been reading some pretty emotionally intense and long books lately and I needed a break. So I grabbed The Cheerleader and the Ghost, a novella I’d received for signing up for Jennifer Griffith’s email newsletter.
What fun! I enjoyed every word in this story and couldn’t put it down. Obviously, because of its length, there isn’t a tremendous amount of plot but, quite frankly if you’re reading a short story it’s to unwind & a complex plot just doesn’t compute.
You’re not going to want to miss this adorable short story from Ms. Griffith!
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