Title: Must Love Ghosts
Haunted? Call 1-800-GHOST-HUNK.
Must Love Ghosts, Book 1
Tia McGarry believes love is nothing more than a biochemical cocktail, and she’ll have the research to prove it—as soon as she and her calm, stable, almost-fiancé land a research grant.
Her biggest mistake, bad boy ex-boyfriend Dec Mancini, is firmly in her past. But when the ghost of her long-dead great-uncle moves into her living room, Dec is the only paranormal investigator with the skills to get rid of him.
Dec is used to scorn and ridicule, but he never quite got over Tia’s refusal to believe. With irrefutable proof that ghosts exist manifesting in her house, he can finally earn respect for his profession—and maybe find common ground for himself and Tia to rebuild on.
Tia can’t deny their crazy, chaotic chemistry is strong as ever, but as the ghost’s pranks threaten to put her grant out of reach, she must decide which is the greater risk: letting a ghost jeopardize her career, or falling in love with the man who could destroy her safe, stable life.
Warning: Contains lovesick ghosts wreaking havoc, an absent-minded professor with a repressed wild side, and a hunky paranormal investigator who’s decided the best place to start rebuilding is in the friend zone.
Author: Jennifer Savalli
Series: Must Love Ghosts #1
Published by Samhain Publishing Source: Author
Published: April 28th 2015
Genres: Ghost Story, Paranormal Romance, Romantic Comedy
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How can you pass up a blurb that contains ‘1-800-GHOST-HUNK’? I certainly couldn’t and I’m glad I didn’t. Must Love Ghosts by Jennifer Savalli was such a fun read. This short quirky story was exactly what I needed.
Dec is a hubba-hubba ghosthunter, excuse me, paranormal investigator. Tia is a ‘almost engaged’ professor determined to prove love is nothing more than a biochemical cocktail. But once upon a time they were a hot and heavy item. When strange things started happening in her home she immediately assumed Dec was behind her trouble. With Dec’s help she finds out what is going on. Turns out her problem is actually more of a after-life issue – an after-life with a sense of humor! The story starts out quick paced and carries that way straight through to the end. Lot’s of snappy dialog and humorous antics from they dead keep this story moving along. On occasion I had an urge to shake Tia, but she does redeem herself. With the of exception of Richard I enjoyed all the quirky characters. The ending wasn’t too surprising but I still enjoyed it.
As my first book by author Jennifer Savalli, I must say it was very satisfying. Looking forward to seeing where she goes with this series. Anyone who is in the markets for a fun read with ghosts if going to enjoy Must Love Ghosts.