Book Review: Ghost Town by Riley McKissack

Ghost Town: Where I Come From 2 by Riley McKissack

June 17, 2017

129 pages

Romance/Romantic Comedy/Small Town Romance



Stockville – The Love Bus comes to a small, South Georgia town. But, everyone’s got extra baggage. The unpacking may take time, but it’s worth it.
Stan and Lucy, Diana and Carter. Two new stories in the Where I Come From books. Small Southern Town Romance with humor, passion and love.





The “love bus” returns to small town Stockville. Two couples are featured in this book and neither story takes away from the other. Two couples figuring out their relationships. Filled with small town characters, small town talk, and small town life.  This can be read as a standalone but I think you would benefit more from reading book 1 (Where I Come From: J. Tome and Rainey) for the start of the love bus and why a bus of single women tours the town.

Reviewed by Comfy Chair Books/Lisa Reigel (August 11, 2018)


Riley McKissack has worked for many years as a journalist. Cornered gunmen, cop killers, a bomb going off in a domestic terrorism incident, Riley has covered it all. Riley has spent years chasing stories involving every type of bad guy and cop imaginable, including FBI, Homeland Security, homicide detectives and arson investigators. Riley sponged up the drama, tension and danger on SWAT operations, hostage negotiations, drug busts and countless other dangerous situations.

That passion and drama spills out onto the pages of Riley’s novels, along with the personal stories behind the men and women who stand between danger and the people they love.





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