The musky scent of skin, a brush on the shoulder, a gust of bitter air. Warnings for Elizabeth that a spirit will soon seek her help to pass from this world to the next.
Blessed (or cursed) with the ability to offer assistance, Elizabeth Reilly travels to the Clemente Vineyard to help the spirit of an old man find peace where his heart remains. There, a living man's wounded soul offers her the challenge of a lifetime.
"...In The Passenger, Joie Lesin weaves an intricate and emotional tale of loss and love, tragedy and hope. I enjoyed this book immensely! I turned the last page with a satisfied sigh.
~Joy Nash, USA Today Best Selling Romance Author of The Grail King and Immortals: The Awakening
"Paolo and Adriana's story is heartbreaking, but out of that tragedy comes the possibility of new love between Gio and Elizabeth. I recommend The Passenger to anyone looking for a touching romance with a splash of paranormal mixed in."
~The Long and Short Reviews
"...readers are treated to vivid description of the land, the grapes and the people who worked the land in a time that was much more simple."
~The Romance Studio
"The 1940's is portrayed so vividly that the time and place become characters of their own. I could see the clothing, hear the music and feel the scratchy car upholstery. It is a ghost story, a story of love and loss that bridges the gap between the living and the dead."
~Romance Reader at Heart
Amchair Interviews says: Bringing love from the “other side” makes for a good story.