I will read anything I can get my hands on. Seriously.
Most books I read are reviewed for Harlequin Junkie, but I'll have an occasional independent or author requested review that I'll post.
‘And then he understood why Clare had slipped under his defenses and into his heart more than anyone else in a long, long time. It wasn’t that Clare didn’t know he was “disabled.” It was that she made absolutely no fuss over the fact. Just a minor part of him being Zach Slade.’
Ghost Seer is a paranormal/fantasy novel with a unique plot and solid characters that were quite intriguing.
Doing a bit of research on this new series, I am surprised that I haven’t yet read anything else by Robin D Owens. She has a large catalog of work in the paranormal genre that has done incredibly well. And I can see why after reading Ghost Seer. The characters were very well defined, making it easy for the reader to get a sense of exactly who they each were. And the plot–ghosts from the Old West in the late 1800s being thrown into modern time for help “passing over” was really interesting. I do have to say that I loved Enzo the ghost dog. I’m a sucker for animals as part of a storyline anyway, but the way his “thoughts” were presented…it reminded me of Dug from Disney/Pixar’s Up! Definitely had me smiling and chuckling during his scenes. (Tell me that’s not true when you read this, too!)
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