Emma gets the chance for some alone time when her parents go on a business trip. And maybe she'll have a party, get a piercing or even a tattoo. Who knows.
But things aren't really as great as she planned. She misses her parents and her best friend isn't talking to her. And when she does have a party, the cops show up and find out she has been living alone.
Luckily for Emma, her brother's one-time friend, Bennett shows up and becomes her guardian for the time-being.
Soon they are on a plane to where Bennett lives and strange things start happening to Emma.
This is a book I have been wanting to read for a while and I'm really glad I finally did. Deception is the first book in theHaunting Emma series and it was a great start. It can be a bit of a spooky read, but I also thought it had some originality, too. Sure, seeing ghosts isn't all that original, but it is much more than just seeing ghosts in this book.
Emma is a fun and likable character. She's strong and deals as best as she can with the things that are coming her way.
The story is very interesting and has me wanting to know what is fully going on. It was somewhat explained in this book, but there's definitely more that needs to be explained.
I really loved this book and I'm looking forward to reading the next one.