The Ghost and the Goth, by Stacey Kade (Hyperion, 2010)

Being hit by a bus is just the beginning for queen bee cheerleader Alona Dare, forced to exist as a ghost until she resolves some personal issues. Then she discovers the one living person who can interact with her: the sullen, freaky Will Killian, an unwilling medium if ever there was one. Forging an unlikely partnership, they help each other out, and even get used to one another, but will this get them through what’s left of high school? Romantic and good-natured, this quirky dramedy gets by on charm and an amusing cover, making for a nice change of pace from the darker books on the shelves.

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