Haunted is the 5th book in the Women of the Otherworld series, and once again we are treated to a new perspective as this story is told from Eve's point of view. Eve is a very likable character, and I enjoyed finally getting to know her (even though she's dead!) but despite that, Haunted is my least favorite of the Otherworld novels so far. I've mentioned in my previous reviews of this series that one of the things I love most about Kelley Armstrong's writing is how she always manages to create a supernatural world that feels completely realistic. And that's why I had such a hard time with this story. The ghost world that Eve inhabits just doesn't feel believable to me. I know it's contradictory to love a story populated with witches and werewolves but not one with ghosts, but the fact that it took me three weeks to finish this story indicates that it just wasn't gripping me. As with the all the other novels in the Women of the Otherworld series, Haunted is well written, the main characters are interesting and the dialogue flows smoothly, but with all the dimension jumping, time travel and random bit characters that kept popping up, the story never really came together for me. But, for those wanting to know more about Savannah's real mother, you probably don't want to miss Haunted, although I do think this is one book in the series that could be skipped without missing too much. Even though this wasn't my favourite Women of the Otherworld story, I'm already onto Broken, the 6th book in the series, and am thoroughly enjoying it!