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At it again, Celeste has tossed Rebecca into another pocket reality, only this time, Rebecca is dead! Well, not really.

Having been knocked out of her body after a car accident, Rebecca 'lives' as a magical ghost while her body remains on life support in the hospital. The entire town is sad for Dennis and his kids, but they seem to be taking things fairly well. Why? Because they know Rebecca is a ghost and has been still doing her 'motherly duties' as a ghost. She sends her kids off to school, cleans the house, and still manages to make love to her husband even if she is just a mere spirit. How is this possible? Well, it seems as though while she is a ghost, Rebecca has incredible 'ghost powers' which she can use on the living world. Rebecca can fly. Rebecca can float through walls. Rebecca can move objects with her mind via telekinesis. Rebecca can possess anything from appliances to water to animals to even other people. Rebecca can read minds and even make people do things with mind control powers. Rebecca can even teleport anywhere she wants around town and haunt other houses. Plus if she focuses hard enough, she can even become totally solid again as if she was still alive, her ghostly body able to touch and be touched while she still retains all of her ghostly magic.

Enjoying having magical powers as a ghost, and able to do still take care of her family just as she had done before, why would Rebecca ever return to her old body? Will Dennis be married to a ghost for days, weeks, months, or even years? Is Rebecca a ghost, or has she actually achieved some new level of existence?
Features: Possession, Telekinesis, Intangibility, Straight Sex, Lesbian Sex, Body Morphing
Length: ????? Words
All characters depicted in this story who witness or engage in sexual activity are of eighteen years of age or older. While some episodes may contain violence, they are void of any kind of sexual abuse, unwanted sex, or rape. This is a work of pure fiction and not based on any person living or dead.