Patricia Mason’s newest release, A Girl, a Guy and a Ghost is an intriguingly beautiful paranormal romance that will have readers longing for more.
Ms. Mason has penned a wonderful story with fascinating and intelligent characters, that reach right through the pages and grab your attention. The plot is interesting, quirky and captivates your imagination. I am delighted to recommend this book to others.
Length: Plus Novel
Curvy redhead Giselle Hunter, parapsychology reporter, has a crisis. Finding a ghost within three days is the only way to save her job. Not easy, especially with no psychic talent. A trip to Savannah Georgia—voted the most haunted city in America—seems ideal. But while Giselle encounters a discrimination-obsessed vampire, a nudist wizard, a not-so-psychic medium and a host of other kooks, there’s not a ghost in sight.
Then there’s scrumptiously sexy, private investigator Ry Leland. With his buff body and bitable lips, Ry ignites her passion. He’s an enormous distraction. Distracting her in a bed, in a closet, on the kitchen table, in a car… But despite the explosion of their mutual lust at first sight, Ry is unwilling to help with what he calls a cockamamie investigation. Unwilling, that is, until an attempt on her life makes it clear someone wants to stop Giselle from finding a ghost…and turn her into one.