A warm and charming story from an odd point of view, for the ghosts' ability to interfere with the flesh and bone is limited, and they are not omniscient. . .
Sex and chocolate.
That’s what Eva and her friend miss the most since “passing to the other side,” a phrase that makes them feel more like gas than ghosts. They amuse themselves by playing The Game, competing to influence the behavior of Flesh and Bloods whom they call F ’n Bs. So when a beleaguered couple has a fight in a candy store in a little town along the Oregon Coast, the husband and wife have no idea that their responses are being influenced by two “old lady ghosts” competing for points. Like the sneaker waves that prove deadly to those caught unaware on the beach, marriage has its own treacherous turns and surprises, but sometimes a couple, with a little unseen help, can find their way to safety.