Ghost Seer by Robin Owens

Posted November 3, 2014 by JennCG in Bookclub Reviews / 0 Comments

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Ghost Seer by Robin OwensGhost Seer by Robin D. Owens
Series: Ghost Seer #1
Published by Berkley on April 1st 2014
Pages: 320
Source: Purchased

There’s just something about Clare. Apart from the ghosts…...   When her eccentric aunt passes away, no-nonsense accountant Clare Cermac inherits more than just a small fortune. She receives the gift of communicating with ghosts. While Clare may not believe in spirits, it’s hard to overlook the shadowy talking dog appearing on her bed or spectral cowboys tipping their hats to her in the streets of Denver. And when she locks eyes with sexy—and living—Zach Slade, there’s certainly no ignoring him either.   A former deputy sheriff, Zach is leaving a painful past behind in Montana for a new life in Denver as a private investigator, a job that has him crossing paths with beautiful Clare. Not that she minds. After the restless ghost of a Wild West gunman demands her assistance, Clare finds herself needing Zach more and more—and not just for help.


As a whole the ladies thought it was a good, quick read that was hard to put down. Everyone seemed to love the ghost dog “side kick.” One in particular thought the audio book format had the dog come out as really being there. Some ladies felt the male hero was somewhat whiney but that didn’t seem to detract from the overall enjoyment, as the group gave the book a rating of 7.75 out of 10.


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