Ghost hunter Lisa McGarrity can’t understand what’s gotten into the undead recently. Ectoplasm-flinging spirits and ghouls with grudges seem to be coming out of the woodwork, and she’s been run ragged trying to calm the unusually outraged spirits. Tired of dealing with the disgruntled dead, Lisa... show more
Ghost hunter Lisa McGarrity can’t understand what’s gotten into the undead recently. Ectoplasm-flinging spirits and ghouls with grudges seem to be coming out of the woodwork, and she’s been run ragged trying to calm the unusually outraged spirits. Tired of dealing with the disgruntled dead, Lisa is determined to take a break from all things metaphysical. So when the mysterious and sexy Trevarr appears on her doorstep requesting her assistance in an urgent matter, Lisa is less than thrilled. Who is this man, and why is he so interested in her “kooky” hobby? What does he have to gain by visiting paranormal hot spots with her? Whatever he wants, Lisa can’t help being drawn to Trevarr, and as they start working together they stumble upon a house filled to the brim with ghosts driven to the edge of madness. Now Lisa and Trevarr must figure out what’s behind this ghost population explosion, before their mutual attraction causes explosions of its own.
Publish date: February 2nd 2010
Publisher: Tor Books
Pages no: 385
Edition language: English
Series: The Reckoners (#1)
Hmm… Classified as a paranormal romance but really more of a UF. Really interesting concept, although having the tune to Ghostbusters playing in my head from time to time was a bit… yeah. So our h is a bit beyond "sensitive" in that she can make ghosts go away. And…the H rather insistently hires...
Although I have no problems following the storyline of other books this book was difficult to read for me because I found the conversations hard to follow. Maybe it´s just my lacking English but the dialogues between the characters were tiresome to comprehend for me. The plot was confusing at time...
It absolutely kills me to only give this 2 stars, but there were parts of the book that I had to force myself to read through. I love Durgin's Feral Darkness and was expecting so much more out of this book. I didn't feel the connection between the main characters. In fact I would say that they ea...
I've had this book for a while. I've picked it up and read a few pages on more than one occasion but couldn't get into it. That is probably the only reason I gave it three stars instead of four. Once I got past the first few pages, it pulled me in. If I try to put into words why I gave this book 3...