The Perfectly Fine House is such a unique take on haunted houses. We all know I love a good haunted house story, so I had to give it a try. Thanks to the authors for reaching out in exchange for an honest review. Let’s jump in.
In this reality, ghosts are the norm. The scariest thing imaginable is an unhaunted house. Donna Fitzpatrick discovers that while on vacation at Jackson Manor. An unhaunted house is just the start of this strange phenomenon. Suddenly, ghosts start to go missing and entire cities disappear. It all began with a perfectly fine house.
My Thoughts on A Perfectly Fine House
The Perfectly Fine House is a ton of fun. I enjoyed this alternate universe story. Donna works as an agent in a ghost surrogacy firm. For some reason ghost customer service really entertains me. Donna works entirely too hard, so her deceased brother, Kyle, sends her on a vacation. That’s where the story really begins.
Overall, I love Donna and Kyle. Plus, I love their sibling relationship, but I hated both of their love interests. I don’t think they were necessary at all. And both relationships were instant love. Kyle went from being skeptical about Eileen to being in love in a matter of pages. And the interactions between Donna and Leroy were so over the top and cheesy. I think this was the authors’ intention, but it still just didn’t work for me.
Minus the relationships, The Perfectly Fine House was a fun, unique read. The only other problem I had was I felt like I missed a major plot point. I got a little confused toward the end. However, my life has been chaotic so that could have been all on me. Overall, it’s a solid read. I think the authors are creative guys with great senses of humor. I’d love to read more of their work.
My Rating: 3/5