If you are looking for a terrific paranormal contemporary romance, you need look no further than Beside a Dreamswept Sea. The writing is so good, that I had no difficulty in believing in Tony, a kind, loving, honorable ghost who "lives" at the Seascape Inn. Tony's mission, along with Hattie (his sweetheart for the past 51 years), is to help "special guests" find true love. This is the third book of a series, and I didn't read the first two, so there are some details missing that are part of the story but the book is complete in itself. Cally (Caline) and Bryce try not to fall in love with each other (or admit it to each other when they do) because of their tragic pasts, yet they acknowledge their mutual love for Bryce's three children. Susie, who is nine years old, has been plagued by the same nightmare (which is really a premonition) for the past two years, since her mother's death, and Tony is the first person who can actually help her. The people all have well-developed, complex personalities and the dialogue is wonderfully authentic. The imagery is fantastic; you can nearly hear the ocean surf and I could almost see the people and scenery of Seahaven. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book and I highly recommend that you get it ASAP so you can enjoy it too.