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From the bestselling author of the Celta novels and the Ghost Seer novels... Something wicked this way comes… When her aunt died, level-headed accountant Clare Cermak inherited a fortune—as well as a phantom dog and the power to help ghosts move on. Her new gift led her to Zach Slade, a sexy private investigator with a unique psychic gift of his own, and the man who’s slowly From the bestselling author of the Celta novels and the Ghost Seer novels... Something wicked this way comes… When her aunt died, level-headed accountant Clare Cermak inherited a fortune—as well as a phantom dog and the power to help ghosts move on. Her new gift led her to Zach Slade, a sexy private investigator with a unique psychic gift of his own, and the man who’s slowly opening her heart. But as they work toward building a future together, a sinister threat emerges. An evil ghost is ravaging Creede, Colorado, threatening to devour the spirit of an innocent boy. Inexperienced in facing such a powerful ghost—and knowing her spirit, too, could be ripped away—Clare still can't refuse to help. With Zach’s support she uncovers the ghost’s identity, and the ancestral weapon required to slay it. But does Clare dare to use that weapon before the ghost destroys the man she loves—and her own spirit?


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From the bestselling author of the Celta novels and the Ghost Seer novels... Something wicked this way comes… When her aunt died, level-headed accountant Clare Cermak inherited a fortune—as well as a phantom dog and the power to help ghosts move on. Her new gift led her to Zach Slade, a sexy private investigator with a unique psychic gift of his own, and the man who’s slowly From the bestselling author of the Celta novels and the Ghost Seer novels... Something wicked this way comes… When her aunt died, level-headed accountant Clare Cermak inherited a fortune—as well as a phantom dog and the power to help ghosts move on. Her new gift led her to Zach Slade, a sexy private investigator with a unique psychic gift of his own, and the man who’s slowly opening her heart. But as they work toward building a future together, a sinister threat emerges. An evil ghost is ravaging Creede, Colorado, threatening to devour the spirit of an innocent boy. Inexperienced in facing such a powerful ghost—and knowing her spirit, too, could be ripped away—Clare still can't refuse to help. With Zach’s support she uncovers the ghost’s identity, and the ancestral weapon required to slay it. But does Clare dare to use that weapon before the ghost destroys the man she loves—and her own spirit?

30 review for Ghost Killer

  1. 5 out of 5

    Dark Faerie Tales

    Review courtesy of Dark Faerie Tales Quick & Dirty: Will Clare be able to save everyone from the killer ghost? Opening Sentence: Danger comes, Enzo howled, running through the bedroom door. Excerpt: Yes The Review: Clare, Zach, and Enzo are back again. This book picks up shortly after Ghost Layer ends. Really not too much time has passed from the first book to the third book. This time Clare is asked to help Barbara’s grandson. He is a seven-year-old boy that has already inherited his ghost seer powe Review courtesy of Dark Faerie Tales Quick & Dirty: Will Clare be able to save everyone from the killer ghost? Opening Sentence: Danger comes, Enzo howled, running through the bedroom door. Excerpt: Yes The Review: Clare, Zach, and Enzo are back again. This book picks up shortly after Ghost Layer ends. Really not too much time has passed from the first book to the third book. This time Clare is asked to help Barbara’s grandson. He is a seven-year-old boy that has already inherited his ghost seer powers, and he is way too young to deal with what comes with that. The Other that inhabits Enzo from time to time informs Clare that she will need a special knife in order to deal with a ghost that kills people. Clare and Zach head out to Creede to stay at the hotel and be near Caden. On their way into town, they find that a suspicious accident has already killed two people. Zach believes the ghost has ramped it up and is getting out of control. Clare is frightened and wonders if she will be able to do what she needs to do. Especially the more she learns about the special knife that kills ghosts. It doesn’t take long before they are thrown out of the hotel by Caden’s parents and have to move elsewhere. They begin with trying to figure out who the ghost is. They believe it is Robert Ford, but later learn they are dead wrong. This was a pretty interesting addition. I still wasn’t blown away, but they are good solid reads. I am not sure if there is a deeper mystery going on, or if Clare will just help a ghost or kill ghosts in every novel. I have one more to review after this so I guess we will see. What I did like about this is that I think Zach and Clare are definitely working on having a believable and steamy relationship. I alternate between finding Enzo super funny or just super weird depending on the part of the story I am at. Overall, he is a good addition if not a little creepy at times when the Other possess him. Even though this book was darker than it’s predecessors, it still came across as a bit light-hearted. I know that I like my books dark, twisted and creepy, so I will try not to judge these too harshly. Overall, they are quick easy and enjoyable reads. If you like paranormal, but often find them too dark for you, I think this would be the perfect series for you to read. Just enough darkness without racking up too much of a body count or blood and gore. Notable Scene: No accident but a murderous ghost. He rubbed his nape. He was really going there with cause and effect. A bullet of belief had lodged in him that a supernatural entity cause those deaths. He gave a passing thought to other freaky deaths he’d seen in his career, then rolled his shoulders. Those were past. This was right now, and he had to help Clare, protect her. He sure didn’t like the sounds of a ghost that ate people, particularly ghost seers. Clare was a rookie in the business sure, he’d seen her specters pass on, and she’d handled herself well, but he didn’t like that a novice swimmer was being thrown into the deep end of the lake. FTC Advisory: Berkley/Penguin provided me with a copy of Ghost Killer. No goody bags, sponsorships, “material connections,” or bribes were exchanged for my review.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Marlene

    This joint review was originally published at The Book Pushers Marlene: So far, I’ve been part of the Book Pushers review team for the first two books in Owens’ Ghost Seer series, and while I always enjoy Owens, I found the second book in the new series better than the first. This is good, it means that the author is on an upswing! Unfortunately, the third book in the series was more like the first than the second. I like the setup of this series and find all the leads engaging (especially the gho This joint review was originally published at The Book Pushers Marlene: So far, I’ve been part of the Book Pushers review team for the first two books in Owens’ Ghost Seer series, and while I always enjoy Owens, I found the second book in the new series better than the first. This is good, it means that the author is on an upswing! Unfortunately, the third book in the series was more like the first than the second. I like the setup of this series and find all the leads engaging (especially the ghost dog Enzo) but there were a couple of rough spots in this one that made it drag more than a bit in the middle. E: I have enjoyed doing these joint reviews as well since Owens is one of those authors whose new releases always end up on my shelf. Like Marlene I found this one lacking a bit. I still enjoyed the characters and love Enzo. I thought this story seemed to be divided into two very distinct threads proceeding at the same time instead of two interwoven threads. One thread was the deepening feelings Clare and Zach had for each other and how or if they would decide to act on this feelings. The other was handling the particular ghost issue in and around Creede. This resulted in what appeared to be some uneven pacing peppered with random bits of information about some of the characters which never quite seemed to serve a purpose. Marlene: Although this is the third book in a series, as the author keeps reminding us, it is less than a month since the incidents in the first book in “world time”. Clare still mourns the loss of her career as an accountant. It was a life that she chose for herself and was contented with. All of the things that have happened since she received her gift have been a mixed blessing. Even when the blessing is totally good, her life is no longer under her control and she sometimes gets hit strongly in the feels with the changes. She’s doing much better about the “pity poor me” thing she started with, but I’ll admit that a month is not a long time to completely adjust to a change this total. However, because we are now three books in, the reader may very well get the feeling that Clare should have moved on already. The issue of how much time has elapsed also comes into play with Clare’s basty-assed-nastard of a spirit guide, who she calls “The Other’ because he’s never been courteous enough to give her a name to call him. He enjoys acting superior and reminding Clare how useless she is because she isn’t fully trained, when Mr. Spirit Guide is at least partially responsible for her training. He/It enjoys trapping Clare in the Catch-22 and making her feel inadequate. While Zach does finally find a way to give him what for, Clare should have figured that out a lot sooner. It was still fun watching Mr. I’m So Superior Ectoplasm squirm. E: I will admit I got tired of the “poor me” coming from Clare and I was glad to see the frequency had decreased. However, she made the decision to proceed as a Seer instead of dying so I wanted her to take more ownership of her life. I understood mourning her lost life but she can’t go back and her refusal to really accept the change increases the danger to her and others around her. I also found myself wondering about the seeming dichotomy between her organized detailed mind as a former accountant and the several impulsive actions she took during this story. Like Marlene I really enjoyed watching “The Other” get caught in a mess of it’s own making. Throughout the series it has been intimidating and threatening to both Clare and Enzo. Rarely did it actually provide useable information or encouragement even though it had plenty plus a significant amount of power. More and more I wonder if its role is considered punishment or if it has something against Enzo and by extension Clare’s family line. I am curious to see how or if its behavior changes any in the next installment. Marlene: I have so many mixed feelings about Zach. This is a series where the hero is every bit as troubled as the heroine, and has just as much stuff to go through. It is hard to process sometimes that this is less than a month after Zach and Clare met. Again, there’s that sense that after all they’ve been through, Zach should be getting a little better at this relationship stuff. While Zach definitely has a paranormal talent of his own, dealing with ghosts, especially evil ones, is totally Clare’s gig. Zach doesn’t have the right kind of woo-woo to lay a ghost. (Only Clare, but that’s a different part of the story.) Zach keeps trying to protect Clare by keeping secrets and even trying to strand her without transportation, but the thing he is trying to protect her from is something only she can do. She keeps having to call him on it, and it is getting in the way of moving their relationship forward. Or it will push it back. Annoyingly both. E: Zach is still so much the protective policeman scarred by his past. He seemed caught between his protective nature and the fears rooted in his past. Once he found out there was the possibility of Clare’s death by ghost he seemed to almost forget everything he and Clare had worked through as he gained her trust initially and started keeping things back again. I sympathized with his fears but once Clare called him on it I was hoping they had addressed the problem. Instead Zach seemed like he was stuck in a rut. He didn’t exactly repeat the same action but he continued to work with the same intent which was counter to what Clare needed to feel she was in a partnership. I think he did realize the potential impact of his actions towards the end but it makes me wonder how they will get beyond his fears and subsequent actions. Marlene: About the ghost and the conflict that gets Clare and Zach involved, this time was a disappointment compared to the first two books. On the one hand, the author ratcheted up the danger presented by this particular ghost, but on the other hand, part of the charm of Ghost Layer was getting to know the ghost and the Wild West background. While this story used parts of a well-known legend, Robert Ford and Jesse James, we don’t get to know the unknown ghost and their story nearly as well as I would have liked. Also, the entree into the case was Mrs. Flinton’s great-grandson, eight-year-old Caden. Caden is an absolute sweetie, but his parents and their complete rejection of Caden’s ability to see ghosts and any assistance from Grandma Flinton almost made them evil in the way they went about things. They kept their son in danger rather than let his great-grandmother help him. Especially at the beginning of this story, it felt like there was more wrong with them and the town than turned out to be the case. And anyone who could sense Enzo and think he was anything other than the sweetest ghost dog in the universe has no heart. E: I also felt this part fell short. I missed the history lessons and felt disappointed at the small number of actual ghost conversations. As Marlene said while the ghost was certainly a serious threat and obstacle, to me the people of Creede were evil and a bigger threat. It almost seemed as if the ghost business was really a carrier or an excuse to let the darker side of human nature have free reign. I really didn’t view anyone in Creede as innocent except maybe Caden but even with Caden, Owens dropped a hint or two he wasn’t as sweet as he seemed. That being said, no one deserved to be eaten by the ghost. I do hope the mental attitude and behavior of the Creede residents improves but I have my doubts. Marlene: While I was hoping that Ghost Killer would be even better than Ghost Layer and was a bit disappointed, I still enjoyed the story a lot and continue to have hopes for further entries in this series. I give Ghost Killer a B. E: Unfortunately Ghost Killer wasn’t as enthralling as Ghost Layer. I liked seeing developments in how Clare and Zach felt about each other but as I mentioned in the beginning I felt as if the relationship thread and the ghost thread were separated instead of being interwoven. I also thought the ghost thread was actually the weaker of the two. But, Clare did learn a significant amount and I am hopeful she has reached a mental turning point regarding her life as a Seer. I also think she and Zach are at a critical juncture in their relationship. I am looking forward to the next installment because I want to see where Owens is taking this world. I give Ghost Killer a C+

  3. 5 out of 5

    Sophia

    I'm flailing my arms here as I start this review and feeling inadequate to write this up. I've sat on the review for a while and things aren't getting clearer so I'll just proceed and let readers make of it what they will. After reading this one, I can honestly say that three books in and I'm baffled. This doesn't happen that often and usually doesn't last this long, but yep, this series has me stumped. Why you might ask? Because I'm still on the fence with the 'like/dislike stop reading/continue I'm flailing my arms here as I start this review and feeling inadequate to write this up. I've sat on the review for a while and things aren't getting clearer so I'll just proceed and let readers make of it what they will. After reading this one, I can honestly say that three books in and I'm baffled. This doesn't happen that often and usually doesn't last this long, but yep, this series has me stumped. Why you might ask? Because I'm still on the fence with the 'like/dislike stop reading/continue reading on' feelings. I really don't know. This is the first time that after three tries, I am still trying to wait and see. I know that is not very helpful to other potential readers, but there you are. To put it succinctly, there are things I like enough to keep reading and things that bug me and want to make me stop. I have yet to get a read on the heroine. I think she has some sort of compulsive disorder that makes her have this issue of balance (everything- favors, feelings, finances, objects, you name it it must balance equally), but I know for a fact that both heroine and hero are very much broken just a bit by their respective pasts so that love and attachment are scary things for them. Both only accept their psychic gifts after much wailing, gnashing of teeth, and being dragged kicking and screaming. While unique and possibly fascinating, these cause pacing issues in the story so that it advances in stuttering stops and starts causing difficulty for me to engage in the story. I never realized before how much I relied on needing to understand characters and their motives for me to feel comfortable enough to focus on a story. I don't get the heroine or more accurately I don't get her very well and her reactions don't make sense to me half the time so I'm constantly distracted by that. Mostly, she gets mad or touchy about things and I have to re-read to see what set her off and still come away not working out what the big deal was. Now that being said, I do appreciate several things about this unique book/series. I like how the author shakes out a few new tidbits about the ghost world and the psychic gifts with each new installment. It's like a need to know as you go sort of thing which is tough on the pair of partners because each installment in the series ups the ante on the difficulty of the ghostly mission too, but it is an excellent way to tease out the tension and mystery. Claire and Zach make a really good team when they are not busy trying to go off and save the world alone because they are both alpha protector types. Enzo the dog spirit guide is always a welcome appearance. I love that with each passing story Zach, who appeared to have very little psychic ability at first is getting stronger and more resourceful. Claire? Well Claire I'm not sure about. I don't think she is getting stronger so much as she is getting more willing and accepting which allows her powers to unlock and be useful. They are both extremely stubborn and difficult, but are very determined to do the right thing. Their romance is a very lusty one particularly because they pour their feelings that they aren't comfortable admitting into the physical side. This is an Urban Fantasy so the romance is at a steady pace and not something that happens quick and fast. It often gets set aside to work on the case because those are life and death situations. And the cases themselves are a source of interest and fascination when it comes to the historical backdrop, details and description of setting. Even though this is a modern Urban Fantasy, I still am given a good does of Western History lore and setting with the various Colorado places and towns they go. In this one, they are dealing with an evil ghost that has the ability to eat other ghosts and ghost seers as well. Claire and Zach are called in by Zach's landlady, Mrs. Flinton to help protect her great-grandson because he is a young ghost seer and he's being stalked by the evil ghost. He is especially vulnerable because his parents don't believe in ghosts or his ability so they won't let anyone who does near him. This evil ghost is of the sort that Claire will have to reach deep, learn quickly a new method and rely on her partner, Zach. Zach too will have to grow and trust and accept what he can do. So, there you have it. I'm confused, I'm frustrated, but I can't say that I'm bored or not entertained. And, yes, I will continue. And because I'm a giver, I really think Urban Fantasy fans should try this series for themselves for something unique in the way of paranormal world building and character development. My thanks to Penguin Group and Net Galley for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an honest review.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Debrac2014

    I enjoyed it but everything seemed rushed! The three stories in this series have occurred in less than a month with little down time between them for Clare to learn about her gift. This evil ghost, I'm not sure how it got so powerful that it could kill living beings. The sex scenes were at awkward times when Clare and Zach should have been girding themselves to fight this evil entity. And the vampiric ghost killing knife! I think that was crazy that Clare had to bathe it in her blood! I enjoyed it but everything seemed rushed! The three stories in this series have occurred in less than a month with little down time between them for Clare to learn about her gift. This evil ghost, I'm not sure how it got so powerful that it could kill living beings. The sex scenes were at awkward times when Clare and Zach should have been girding themselves to fight this evil entity. And the vampiric ghost killing knife! I think that was crazy that Clare had to bathe it in her blood!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Paraphrodite

    3rd book in the series, time-wise, it's only a few days after the last book. This time Clare needs to kill the ghost with an ancestral knife. It's a much darker case than the previous ones. But whilst trying to figure things out and a looming deadline, Zach and Clare seem to be able to take a lot of time out for bed! 3rd book in the series, time-wise, it's only a few days after the last book. This time Clare needs to kill the ghost with an ancestral knife. It's a much darker case than the previous ones. But whilst trying to figure things out and a looming deadline, Zach and Clare seem to be able to take a lot of time out for bed!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Layla is a Picky Reader

    DNF.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Klaus Yde

    History good but was destroyed with to much irrelevant detailed sex.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Lynsey (A Bookish Life)

    Claire (and Zach's) third official Ghost Laying mission sees them heading off to the small town of Creede where a young boy, Caden, nephew to old Mrs Flinton, is having a very tough time. He shares Claire's gift/curse of Ghost Seeing. And if you think it's a lot for a thirty-something woman to deal with, imagine being just a kid and not only dealing with ghosts, but parents who insist you're just "making it all up". *cough*idiots*cough*. Throw in some suspicious deaths that have Mrs Flinton fran Claire (and Zach's) third official Ghost Laying mission sees them heading off to the small town of Creede where a young boy, Caden, nephew to old Mrs Flinton, is having a very tough time. He shares Claire's gift/curse of Ghost Seeing. And if you think it's a lot for a thirty-something woman to deal with, imagine being just a kid and not only dealing with ghosts, but parents who insist you're just "making it all up". *cough*idiots*cough*. Throw in some suspicious deaths that have Mrs Flinton frantic with worry and naturally Claire and Zach can't refuse. Especially Claire, since, you know, refusing to hunt ghosts will actually kill her. l feel like this should be more than the third instalment of this series. I even did a double-take when I went to to check. So much has happened and the characters are so connected and feel so strongly about each other, you forget it's been a very small amount of time in real fictional life. Just three short weeks of ghostly shenannigans. I suppose that all must be a good thing; that I feel so comfortable with the characters. All down to the excellent writing, of course. Speaking of, Owen really upped the steam factor this time! This book was very very sexy, with multiple love scenes. Never gratuitous or porno-y, just plentiful. It didn't interfere with the great ghost mystery, however, and there was great development for the characters emotionally, too. A fab instalment. Bring on the next! 4 Stars ★★★★  A copy of this book was provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Linzi

    I really think women have moved on too far for this kind of sexist nonsense and based on the first two books it was not what I expected. I don't mind the endless amounts of mediocre sex scenes ... but they did seem to be instead of an actual well-written storyline which i have not found to be the case with Owens previous books. But every single time Clare was about to address any of the issues poor Zach needed yet another bonk. The "Oh the poor dear, I can f**k her ... constantly, badly and dist I really think women have moved on too far for this kind of sexist nonsense and based on the first two books it was not what I expected. I don't mind the endless amounts of mediocre sex scenes ... but they did seem to be instead of an actual well-written storyline which i have not found to be the case with Owens previous books. But every single time Clare was about to address any of the issues poor Zach needed yet another bonk. The "Oh the poor dear, I can f**k her ... constantly, badly and distractingly but I don't and won't trust her to actually DO HER OWN DAMN JOB" for no genuine reason that we were given. It's a complete about-face from the first two books! I enjoyed the first two books in this series and I have no idea what happened in this one. Seriously - it's like someone else wrote it - but I won't be following this series any further and I was angry that I'd shelled out for the audio version based on the quality of the first two. I don't enjoy female protagonists who are too stupid and too whiny to prevent their brand new boyfriends patting them on the head every 5 minutes and telling them how cute and sexy they are whilst getting in the way of them doing the job that only they are actually qualified to do. I particularly object to it when there is no supporting background/reasoning/rationale for it. I was so angry when I finished it - this kind of nonsense sets women back 50 years.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Krissys

    I received a print and digital copy in exchange for an honest review from Berkley. Ghost Killer was a good read, I felt it was a tad silly at times and I would have thought Ghost Redeemer or something of that nature would have suited the title better but over all I enjoyed Clare and Zach's sort of pirates/cowboys and indians sort of interaction as they found their way through all the twists and turns in the story. There were some moments I felt could have been explored better between them as a c I received a print and digital copy in exchange for an honest review from Berkley. Ghost Killer was a good read, I felt it was a tad silly at times and I would have thought Ghost Redeemer or something of that nature would have suited the title better but over all I enjoyed Clare and Zach's sort of pirates/cowboys and indians sort of interaction as they found their way through all the twists and turns in the story. There were some moments I felt could have been explored better between them as a couple and not for the lack of sex was the emotional connection I wanted to feel with them but didn't. If there hadn't been so much sex I would have said the book would have fit the NA genre better because of the bland kind of interaction as far as they are concerned between characters and readers yet the story itself is really good so I enjoyed Ghost Killer, not to mention I'm already a fan of Robin's work so I'm a tad partial. I hope that more is explored in her next installment.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Sue

    I am just not wild about this series. I know that the three books have taken place in a period of less than a month, but the two main characters have a very strange relationship. Despite giving lip service to the urgency of the situation they have time to CONSTANTLY eat, nap, screw, eat, screw, rinse, repeat. And they really don't seem to do a lot of work regarding the resolution of the mystery. And while they seem to be stuck to each other like fly paper, they both seem to want desperately to f I am just not wild about this series. I know that the three books have taken place in a period of less than a month, but the two main characters have a very strange relationship. Despite giving lip service to the urgency of the situation they have time to CONSTANTLY eat, nap, screw, eat, screw, rinse, repeat. And they really don't seem to do a lot of work regarding the resolution of the mystery. And while they seem to be stuck to each other like fly paper, they both seem to want desperately to find reasons NOT to be in a relationship. Tiresome after three books. I really do kind of agree with (view spoiler)[ the nasty "Other" that Clare isn't learning very much. Seems like poor Enzo does all the heavy lifting and Clare just whines and stumbles around and hopes for the best. She does seem to get a lot of good sex, though. (hide spoiler)]

  12. 5 out of 5

    Betsy

    I started reading this series because I was curious about urban fantasy, and I liked the author's future fantasy well enough. The first two books were okay. I liked the main characters fairly well, and their relationship worked, as long as I skipped the excessive sex. But I really don't believe in ghosts. And mostly they just seem silly to me. I read about a quarter of this book and realized that I just didn't really care what happened. I started reading this series because I was curious about urban fantasy, and I liked the author's future fantasy well enough. The first two books were okay. I liked the main characters fairly well, and their relationship worked, as long as I skipped the excessive sex. But I really don't believe in ghosts. And mostly they just seem silly to me. I read about a quarter of this book and realized that I just didn't really care what happened.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Rita C

    I liked it but I thought there were too many sex scenes and they interrupted the plot, rather than furthering the plot. Found myself skimming though them to get to the story again.

  14. 4 out of 5

    JPT

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. ebook Grade: D Not a review, just my thoughts for personal reference. Spoilers. I'm not going to do the synopsis I usually do for my memory jog because, frankly, I don't care enough about this book or series to try to remember anything about it. I read pretty far into this book and was very frustrated because I had the same quibbles (actually, they were a bit more rage-inducing that quibbles) as I did with the previous books. To see if things started to get better, I skipped around 'til the end. Th ebook Grade: D Not a review, just my thoughts for personal reference. Spoilers. I'm not going to do the synopsis I usually do for my memory jog because, frankly, I don't care enough about this book or series to try to remember anything about it. I read pretty far into this book and was very frustrated because I had the same quibbles (actually, they were a bit more rage-inducing that quibbles) as I did with the previous books. To see if things started to get better, I skipped around 'til the end. Then, since I already owned books 4 and 5* in the series, I skimmed thru them, too. No improvement. Life's too short to spend reading books that I have to work so hard at to find good things about them.** I wasn't going to leave any notes on this book, but figured I'd better since I didn't want to wonder at some future date why I never finished the series and be tempted to pick it up again. So, warning to myself: Do not bother. Do laundry or something more rewarding. *I'm really miffed that I bought the whole series. I feel totally hoodwinked. **I did like some (only some, tho) of the secondary characters, which is why I didn't just give the book an outright F.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Kathy

    Ghost Seer #3 I really feel like the two main characters in this series are a study in confusing contradictions. They both have supernatural "gifts", which they both claim to have "accepted", yet both of them actually see their "gift" as a curse. This particular aspect of the storyline seems counterproductive at this point… Although the fact that all three books that I have read in this series thus far having only taken a time period of less than 2 weeks kind of makes the continuing saga of the g Ghost Seer #3 I really feel like the two main characters in this series are a study in confusing contradictions. They both have supernatural "gifts", which they both claim to have "accepted", yet both of them actually see their "gift" as a curse. This particular aspect of the storyline seems counterproductive at this point… Although the fact that all three books that I have read in this series thus far having only taken a time period of less than 2 weeks kind of makes the continuing saga of the gift/curse thing a wee bit more understandable. The narrator is kind of growing on me… I still find her voices for the male characters mostly fake but at least she is consistent and I have gotten used to them so they are somewhat less annoying than they used to be. As for the world building, I'm liking how a new aspect of Claire's "gift" is revealed in each book, though I wish that the author would have given Claire time to heal from one experience to the next. Read: October 22-23, 2020 – Audible AudioBook

  16. 4 out of 5

    K.J. Kirk

    I have read the first three books in this series. Ghost Killer is the third book. Robin Owens has come up with a fresh slant on a popular subject. Although we know it will turn out fine in the end, the twists and turns of the plots are unpredictable and they kept me reading. I love the doggie spirit guide, Enzo. Just through her dialogue Robin makes you see a big dumb faithful labrador and he is adorable. The sex got me down a little (yes, that's what I said) every time they were alone you knew I have read the first three books in this series. Ghost Killer is the third book. Robin Owens has come up with a fresh slant on a popular subject. Although we know it will turn out fine in the end, the twists and turns of the plots are unpredictable and they kept me reading. I love the doggie spirit guide, Enzo. Just through her dialogue Robin makes you see a big dumb faithful labrador and he is adorable. The sex got me down a little (yes, that's what I said) every time they were alone you knew they were going to be at it for the next few pages and I just wanted them to get on with it so I could get on with the story. Despite this, I think it is a great book, well written (including the sex) and the ending gave me a few heart stopping moments. No spoilers, so I won't tell you why.

  17. 5 out of 5

    MB

    I felt this book really picked up the pace, compared to the second book in the series. We've got bigger stakes and more danger, and the danger extends beyond Clare. This book really showed how her talents could be used to benefit society in the here and now, beyond helping the already departed move on. Tight pacing. I felt this book really picked up the pace, compared to the second book in the series. We've got bigger stakes and more danger, and the danger extends beyond Clare. This book really showed how her talents could be used to benefit society in the here and now, beyond helping the already departed move on. Tight pacing.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Cat

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  19. 4 out of 5

    Pam

    I really enjoyed this third in the series. I feel each book pulls me deeper into Clare’s world of ghosts, her new life and how she handles the changes. Seventeen days ago Clare Cermak’s life changed forever, she gained a psychic ability from her aunt that helps ghost pass on. Her timeline is the end of the 1800’s and often finds herself visiting towns that have deep old west histories. Zach Slade works for Rickman Securities and has been beside Clare since they met, also about seventeen days ago. I really enjoyed this third in the series. I feel each book pulls me deeper into Clare’s world of ghosts, her new life and how she handles the changes. Seventeen days ago Clare Cermak’s life changed forever, she gained a psychic ability from her aunt that helps ghost pass on. Her timeline is the end of the 1800’s and often finds herself visiting towns that have deep old west histories. Zach Slade works for Rickman Securities and has been beside Clare since they met, also about seventeen days ago. He has helped her with several ghost’s using his own gift of precognitivepowers. He uses the Counting Crows Rhyme that his mother taught him when he notices crows, predicting certain events, crows that he only sees, but he is always right. Rickman Securities often hires both Clare and Zach to help with a job, this time they are needed to help a small boy of seven named Caden, who is like Clare, a ghost seer. There is an evil entity in Creede, Colorado that is killing more than just ghosts that have not passed on, it is also killing people and Caden could be next. This series has sucked me in and this third book is the best yet. The setting takes place only seventeen days after the first book began and the danger has ramped up as Clare faces an evil like no other, feeling extremely inexperienced she is worried. Clare has really grown since the first book, she finally decides to accept her “gift”, maybe it is because now the threat is to a young boy, but she vows to read, listen and learn about her seer abilities. In the first two books she was not happy and often push back when Enzo or The Other wanted her to know more, but now she is more open, although she still mourns her lost accounting career, really? I have always liked Zach, he is a great hero that supports Clare to the end. He wants to help her with her abilities and the new case they are given and he is so good. The two grow very close during this assignment and I like how they treat each other, with love and respect. The pace of the story flows well, starting out slow as they find themselves in Creede, Colorado getting settled for what they hope is only a few days. They get the lay of the land but the danger rises fast when the ghost attacks several times trying to get to both Caden and Clare. Secondary characters play important roles and I enjoyed seeing several of them again. Mrs. Flinton is a kick and I enjoy her wit and humor and I love Desiree, she has been in the other stories but here she really shines. And what can I say about Enzo, a true companion and all around best friend, isn’t that what all dogs are? All in all I love how the series is turning out. I am not sure if there are more to come, it could end here but there are also several story lines that could be developed and I am hoping for the best. Although this is the third book in the series and closely related, it could be read as a standalone as the author helps the reader with a good back story. I recommend this for those that enjoy a paranormal book with a good romance and great story. Review at: Ramblings from a Chaotic Mind Copy from publisher for an honest review

  20. 5 out of 5

    Aurian Booklover

    It has been only 17 days since Clare received her “gift” of seeing ghosts, and helping them move on. Her first two cases were difficult, but she managed it and she is learning. But now she has to deal with an evil ghost, one who kills people and eats their souls. A young boy is in danger, a ghost seer just like herself, only his parents don’t want to believe him. His great-grandmother is Zach’s landlady, and she asks for their help in protecting Caden, and killing the evil ghost before more peop It has been only 17 days since Clare received her “gift” of seeing ghosts, and helping them move on. Her first two cases were difficult, but she managed it and she is learning. But now she has to deal with an evil ghost, one who kills people and eats their souls. A young boy is in danger, a ghost seer just like herself, only his parents don’t want to believe him. His great-grandmother is Zach’s landlady, and she asks for their help in protecting Caden, and killing the evil ghost before more people die. Clare has no idea how to do that, and her spirit guide is not much of a help. Her aunt dealt with evil ghosts regularly, but she did not write down what exactly was necessary. First they will have to find out who the ghost is, and what triggered the evolution from normal ghost to an evil one. And then Clare will have to kill it, using her family’s ritual knife. A magical knife with a thirst for blood. While Zach is trying to get information for the local law enforcement officers, Clare investigates the past, trying to find out more about the ghost. It has already eaten all the other ghosts in the area, so it is eerily silent to her senses and there is no one left to ask for information. The ghost senses Clare, and is not happy with her presence in town. It tries to eat her, but Clare fights back. But when the evil ghost takes her beloved ghost dog companion, Enzo, Clare won’t wait any longer, she will get Enzo back. I absolutely loved this story, and I love how Clare is growing, and not accepting Zach who tries to keep her out of things. She is the ghost seer, not him, even though he is finally acknowledging his own psychic powers. What I absolutely dislike about the book, is the amount of sex scenes. At every opportunity they have, they engage in sex. It is just too much, and they could have used their time better research wise. Clare is also supposed to keep the knife with her, and she doesn’t. I liked how her friend Desiree Rickman came to her rescue, and thought her how to fight with the knife, and even made sure she had her own transportation. Desiree sees aura’s but she is also a trained operative, working with and for her husband’s organisation. Caden’s parents think they do the right thing, but they deny that Caden is seeing ghosts, even when they have evidence of the fact that it is much more than nightmares. His mother is capable of seeing Enzo as well. So why are they not supporting their son? It is a family gift after all, his mother, grandmother and great-grandmother all have it. They cannot just wish it to go away. It is difficult; I really really love the story itself, the ghost angle, and all it entails. I like Clare, and how she is handling things. I still don’t really like Zach and the way he treats Clare, but he is growing on me. I absolutely dislike their excessive sex scenes. I wish there was more details on the research, the people they meet. More about her aunt’s journals and her old cases. But yes, I will keep reading those books. As long as the story is good, I can live with main characters I am not all that fond of. 7 stars.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Barb Lie

    Ghost Killer by Robin D. Owens is the 3rd book in her Ghost Seer series. I really do enjoy this series, as we get to spend time with our heroes, Clare, Zach and Enzo. This series is a modern day paranormal ghost story that is fun, with a different mystery in each book. A brief refresher on this series: Clare Cermak is our heroine, and she has inherited her aunt’s estate, as well as the ability the see ghosts. It is her job to help the ghosts move on, but before they go, there is usually a mystery Ghost Killer by Robin D. Owens is the 3rd book in her Ghost Seer series. I really do enjoy this series, as we get to spend time with our heroes, Clare, Zach and Enzo. This series is a modern day paranormal ghost story that is fun, with a different mystery in each book. A brief refresher on this series: Clare Cermak is our heroine, and she has inherited her aunt’s estate, as well as the ability the see ghosts. It is her job to help the ghosts move on, but before they go, there is usually a mystery for her to solve. Zach Slade is our hero in this series, a former cop, who is now a PI. He is Clare’s boyfriend, and in each book their relationship continues to build. Zach and Clare, as well as her ghost dog, Enzo work together to solve these complicated mysteries. In Ghost Killer, Clare has become a little more used to being a Ghost Seer, though she is still somewhat uncomfortable. Her relationship with Zach has become hotter and hotter in this book. Enzo has fully become an important part Clare and Zach (he sees Enzo now) lives. Clare is now forced to take on her third case in such a short time (only weeks have passed between the three books). There is now an evil ghost that she must stop, before the ghost kills a young 7 year old budding ghost seer. Young Caden, sees the evil ghost and cries for help from his physic grandmother, who sends Clare and Zach to help. To make things difficult, Cade’s parents do not believe in ghosts and just think that Caden’s is imagining things. Since Clare only sees ghosts from a period in the 1800’s, the stories take place in western towns. After much research, they discover the evil ghost is during the time when Bob Ford (Jesse James’s killer) lived in this small town years after the murder. Someone from the period when Ford was killed has become a dangerous ghost filled with rage. It is up to Clare, Zach and Enzo to find out the name of the killer before they can attempt to kill the ghost. I do not want to give spoilers, and too much more will be spoilers. What follows is an exciting mystery that through Clare’s research, we learn more about the final days of Bob Ford, as well as intense action with Clare coming up against the evil ghost a few times. Both Enzo and Caden find themselves in danger, that only Clare, with the help of Zach can save them. Robin Owens does a wonderful job of continuing the adventures of Clare, Zach and Enzo with a suspenseful, exciting and historical tale of the old west, though in modern times. Plus the added element of Clare and Zach having upped the level of their relationship to sizzling. If you enjoy mysteries, adventure, excitement, fun and a hot couple, you need to read this series. Barb The Reading Cafe

  22. 5 out of 5

    Anne - Books of My Heart

    Review at The Book Nympho. http://thebooknympho.com/2015/02/anne... I’ve REALLY enjoyed this series. It has more romance than most urban fantasy and I like that. I love a situation where a couple is together and works together on their problems or mystery or adventure. I rated each of the first two books, GHOST SEER and GHOST LAYER, as 5 stars. I don’t recommend GHOST KILLER as a standalone book. Ghost Seer review: https://www.goodreads.com/review/show... Ghost Layer review: https://www.goodreads.co Review at The Book Nympho. http://thebooknympho.com/2015/02/anne... I’ve REALLY enjoyed this series. It has more romance than most urban fantasy and I like that. I love a situation where a couple is together and works together on their problems or mystery or adventure. I rated each of the first two books, GHOST SEER and GHOST LAYER, as 5 stars. I don’t recommend GHOST KILLER as a standalone book. Ghost Seer review: https://www.goodreads.com/review/show... Ghost Layer review: https://www.goodreads.com/review/show... This is my favorite kind of supernatural – something with the mind – like a witch or clairvoyant or pre-cognition that sort of thing. Claire is a ghost seer and Zach is a sort of pre-cognizant. Claire has a ghost dog, Enzo, to help her with her cases. The Clare and Zach relationship is front and center all the time, which is unusual. It makes it unique. In reality, people aren’t focused solely on their work. And I say – it is RARE when both of the people in the couple are honest about their feelings to themselves and mostly honest, to the other person. I have to give them credit and praise this. They don’t play silly relationship games. GHOST KILLER starts out with a new case. It has only been 17 days since they met and Clare started her new work as a ghost seer. While she and Zach may be adjusting to their new careers, they are comfortable with each other. I don’t know if it is trying to recap for people who haven’t read the first two books or what, but to me the first 25% of the book felt like nothing happened except the briefest intro to the new case. I hated how they didn’t seem to know what to do or what would happen. I like smart, organized, planned with learning or action or both. This felt like a hot mess with too much waiting. If I felt this way, Clare must have felt even worse since she was used to the ordered detail of being a CPA. With a child in danger, Zach and Clare just threw themselves into it without any real preparation. GHOST KILLER is the third case with this couple and they are a couple. I expected them to be smarter and to work together more. Instead they were disorganized, tried to protect each other by doing things alone, and I didn’t like it. I wanted them to work TOGETHER, so while I enjoy them, this was my least favorite of the series. Sexual Content: Kissing, somewhat detailed sex Reading order: Ghost Seer Ghost Layer Ghost Killer

  23. 4 out of 5

    Jani Brooks

    Colorado – Present Day With the sudden frantic appearance of her ghost Labrador, Enzo, early one morning at Clare’s lover’s apartment, it’s obvious that something is about to drag Clare, and her lover, Zach, into yet another ghostly assignment. Sure enough, the Other appears in Enzo’s eyes – the “advisor” who nastily informs her of what she needs to do. Whoever, or whatever, the Other is, he never gives Clare quite enough information, but expects her to figure it out for herself. As a newly minte Colorado – Present Day With the sudden frantic appearance of her ghost Labrador, Enzo, early one morning at Clare’s lover’s apartment, it’s obvious that something is about to drag Clare, and her lover, Zach, into yet another ghostly assignment. Sure enough, the Other appears in Enzo’s eyes – the “advisor” who nastily informs her of what she needs to do. Whoever, or whatever, the Other is, he never gives Clare quite enough information, but expects her to figure it out for herself. As a newly minted ghost seer, inherited from her great-aunt, Clare is also well aware that the only reason she is still alive is because she accepted this new role in life. Clare learns that her ability to help ghosts move on to the hereafter is needed desperately in the town of Creede where an evil ghost has devoured all of the other ghosts and is now threatening the life of another ghost seer, seven-year-old Caden, Zach’s landlady’s great-grandson. Because his parents refuse to believe in the tales he tells them, his great-grandmother, Mrs. Flinton, is urging Clare and Zach to travel to Creede to help the boy. Before they leave, Clare is informed by Enzo that she must take “the knife” with her as it’s the only way to kill an evil ghost. He shows her where it’s hidden in her great aunt’s belongings. Arriving in Creede, the first thing Clare notices is what is missing – ghosts. She sees and feels none, which is unusual. They check into the motel that Caden’s parents own and Clare introduces herself to the little boy, assuring him that she is there to help him. But an incident involving the evil ghost, the knife, and Caden have the boy’s parents banishing Clare and Zach from coming near him. Somehow, Clare must figure out who this evil spirit is and find a way to stop it. GHOST KILLER is part of the Ghost Seer series and out of the imaginative mind of Robin D. Owens. Although Clare is only weeks into her new “job” as a seer, she is quick to find answers to the oncoming dangers brought about by the unknown ghost. Zach has his own psychic ability and his background as a sheriff helps in other ways. Helped by the ghostly Labrador, and occasionally by the enigmatic Other, Clare and Zach furiously search for answers to banish the evil from Creede and protect Caden. Fans of paranormal romance must read this exciting, sensual, and magical series. Do start with GHOST SEER, then GHOST LAYER, in order to understand more of Clare’s background and how her special gifts came about. Well written, this character-driven series is terrific.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Db

    I agree with some of the other reviewers that this was not nearly as good as the first two books. First, the personalities of Clare and Zach are stiff. The author mentions that Clare is "serious," and that basically just means lacking any sense of humor or spark of liveliness. Endless discussions of Clare's neatness and ability to organize (I have that too, but I can assure you no one is interested in having me give them numerous examples of it) makes for dull reading. Second, hardly anything hap I agree with some of the other reviewers that this was not nearly as good as the first two books. First, the personalities of Clare and Zach are stiff. The author mentions that Clare is "serious," and that basically just means lacking any sense of humor or spark of liveliness. Endless discussions of Clare's neatness and ability to organize (I have that too, but I can assure you no one is interested in having me give them numerous examples of it) makes for dull reading. Second, hardly anything happened in this book. It was a lot of eating out, sex scenes (which I know the author was trying to make sexy, but using the word "dick" repeatedly doesn't make the otherwise staid sex scenes less boring). Then, after a lot of eating out and boring sex scenes, action would happen with no build-up or warning. After the brief action scenes, back to boring. Last, and I don't understand why no one else has mentioned this, the romance between Clare and Zach is feeling very Harlequin Romance to me. They declare their love after 17 days? (though, to be fair, given the amount of time the characters spend pondering their deep feelings for each other, it's as if months have passed for the reader). There's a lot of Zach calling Clare "my woman" or "my lady" (can't remember which and don't care enough to look it up) to other characters, which, you know, gag. And honestly, that's most of the book. Their inner ruminations about each other, and especially Zach's about how deeply he cares for Clare, and how he's never felt this way with other women, blah, blah. This book took the Ghost Seer series from urban fantasy to paranormal Harlequin Romance. No more for me.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Michele

    ‘They’d become too close; he couldn’t lose her now without damage to himself, and he wouldn’t want it any other way. The four-letter “L” word hovered in his mind, but he shied away from forming it even mentally. Too soon. Too quickly. But he couldn’t lose Clare.’ Ghost Killer is yet another solid offering in the Ghost Seer series by Robin D. Owens. This time, Clare and Zach, with some help from ghost dog Enzo of course, are thrown into the hunt for a malevolent ghost intent on stealing spirits…a ‘They’d become too close; he couldn’t lose her now without damage to himself, and he wouldn’t want it any other way. The four-letter “L” word hovered in his mind, but he shied away from forming it even mentally. Too soon. Too quickly. But he couldn’t lose Clare.’ Ghost Killer is yet another solid offering in the Ghost Seer series by Robin D. Owens. This time, Clare and Zach, with some help from ghost dog Enzo of course, are thrown into the hunt for a malevolent ghost intent on stealing spirits…and lives. I’ve said it with each of the two previous novels in this series, but I’m saying it again here: Ms. Owens has put an intriguing spin on a ghost hunter plot, making it unique in comparison to a lot of paranormals out there. From the backstory of Clare’s family, to the fact that she can only see ghosts from a certain time period and geographic area, these are the details that draw me in to each book and captures my attention. Read More

  26. 5 out of 5

    Darcy

    You would think that Clare and Zack could get a break, but no, they end up going from one super natural event to another. This one broke my heart because there was a kid involved. I hated that Caden only had his great-grandma to believe him and that his parents wouldn't let her give him the support he needed, so she had to be sneaky about things by sending Clare and Zack. I really hope that things change for Caden and he gets that support he needs. Crede was an interesting town. It seemed unbelie You would think that Clare and Zack could get a break, but no, they end up going from one super natural event to another. This one broke my heart because there was a kid involved. I hated that Caden only had his great-grandma to believe him and that his parents wouldn't let her give him the support he needed, so she had to be sneaky about things by sending Clare and Zack. I really hope that things change for Caden and he gets that support he needs. Crede was an interesting town. It seemed unbelievable that the town's people didn't realize something was off. I wasn't sure how I felt about the old sheriff at first, it seemed like he had it out for Clare and Zack, but he came through in the end. The Other was tricky in this book. I don't like how it seems like it had an antagonistic relationship with Clare, it should be helping her. I did like it when Zack called out the Other on it's behavior and hope that it changes things going forward. With all that Zack and Clare learned about themselves and their powers it should make for interesting times ahead.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Sheri Jesse

    Claire gets word of a ghost gone bad that is targeting an innocent child who just happens to be Mrs. Flinton's grandson Caden. She and Zach head out to do what they can to help Caden which involves learning how to fight with a knife made of her ancestor's femur and how to vanquish an evil spirit. Needless to say, it does not go smoothly. According to "The Other", Claire is not learning fast enough but will not provide additional assistance to help eliminate the "ghost" that eats other ghosts. En Claire gets word of a ghost gone bad that is targeting an innocent child who just happens to be Mrs. Flinton's grandson Caden. She and Zach head out to do what they can to help Caden which involves learning how to fight with a knife made of her ancestor's femur and how to vanquish an evil spirit. Needless to say, it does not go smoothly. According to "The Other", Claire is not learning fast enough but will not provide additional assistance to help eliminate the "ghost" that eats other ghosts. Enzo gets taken but Claire (with Zach's help) manages to get him back. The evil spirit also manages to get ahold of Caden and it will take all of Claire and Zach's strength to get him back. This was another satisfying story in the Claire & Zach saga and left me wanting more. I'm requesting the remaining books from my local library as soon as I post this review and hope the author writes many, many more!

  28. 4 out of 5

    SandyKL

    I enjoyed this Third Book in Ghost Seer, adding the Info on the time and Place is Good. Have to say it... Enso is a good addition in all of these books. Enjoy the stories of where and when these Ghosts come from, hoping that we learn who the Other is/Was... Like little Caden. Only thing not overjoyed with is that the time line for all of Clare's projects are so rushed since she first got her gift. Wish Zacks mom would be a little more with it.. Wondering if they will ever do something with his Br I enjoyed this Third Book in Ghost Seer, adding the Info on the time and Place is Good. Have to say it... Enso is a good addition in all of these books. Enjoy the stories of where and when these Ghosts come from, hoping that we learn who the Other is/Was... Like little Caden. Only thing not overjoyed with is that the time line for all of Clare's projects are so rushed since she first got her gift. Wish Zacks mom would be a little more with it.. Wondering if they will ever do something with his Brother s death.. Catch up with the bad guys. Slow the rush sex stuff and give them a little more time as a pair without rush sex and Speedy Ghost laying.. I mean in three books it has only been less than a Month. Too much to fast. Starts making me wonder how anyone would learn the whole thing of the gift and have quickly sex and still eat, sleep and make friends... Spread out the time frame. But I like the story lines so will continue with series. What do you think?

  29. 5 out of 5

    Anna

    This is the third book in the Ghost Seer series and my first time reading the series, actually my first time reading the author. Usually I'm a stickler for reading books in order, but I've been wanting to read Robin D. Owens for a while now. This was a great read. Sexy (although the word "dick" was mentioned way too much) and lots of action and mystery. Clare Cermak is quite an interesting character, her life has changed fast in such a short time, she handles it quite well. I loved her ghostly d This is the third book in the Ghost Seer series and my first time reading the series, actually my first time reading the author. Usually I'm a stickler for reading books in order, but I've been wanting to read Robin D. Owens for a while now. This was a great read. Sexy (although the word "dick" was mentioned way too much) and lots of action and mystery. Clare Cermak is quite an interesting character, her life has changed fast in such a short time, she handles it quite well. I loved her ghostly dog Enzo. Definitely pick this one up! If you enjoy the Harper Connelly series by Charlaine Harris, you'll love Owens's Clare Cermak. I would say Ghost Killer can be read as a stand-one. The author explains the back story, so you're never lost. Ghost Killer is narrated by Coleen Marlo. A pleasant listening experience. Enzo's voice was especially fun to listen to. [audiobook review]

  30. 4 out of 5

    Anna Wick

    I love the concept, mostly like the characters, but Clair is just so prissy. It's annoying. Also the sex seems like it's a filler, nicely done, don't get me wrong, but all this I can't control myself long enough to research the killer ghost but constantly let sex be the big distraction, it's just not smooth. Also I'd like to think someone who is a smart and not butt ugly shouldn't be so awe shucks insecure around the "dazzling" Desiree. I think part of the issue it this series, unlike Celta, sti I love the concept, mostly like the characters, but Clair is just so prissy. It's annoying. Also the sex seems like it's a filler, nicely done, don't get me wrong, but all this I can't control myself long enough to research the killer ghost but constantly let sex be the big distraction, it's just not smooth. Also I'd like to think someone who is a smart and not butt ugly shouldn't be so awe shucks insecure around the "dazzling" Desiree. I think part of the issue it this series, unlike Celta, sticks with one set of characters, who develop over time ie one book at a time, and it's such short periods between books, total of a month, and people don't change that fast. I'd prefer it if the next book gave her some time to get her stuff together.

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