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A Girl, A Guy and A Ghost: Humorous Romantic Suspense by [Mason, Patricia]
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"This book was fantastic...a must read" -- The Romance Studio 
 
"An intriguingly beautiful paranormal romance that will have readers longing for more." -- Night Owl Reviews 

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  • File Size: 651 KB
  • Print Length: 306 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Zuzalley Books; 2 edition (November 4, 2012)
  • Publication Date: November 4, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00A22A0Z6
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I loved "In Deep Shitake" and the author, Patricia Mason, sent me a copy of "A Girl, a Guy, and a Ghost." The book is another gem! I love the way Ms. Mason combines mystery, humor, and strong-willed women with hunky men and lets the sparks fly. In this book, Giselle is an author who has a deadline to write a magazine article about a ghost. The problem is Giselle doesn't have a psychic bone in her body and can't find anyone who knows a ghost. A bigger problem, perhaps, is someone wants Giselle dead. Giselle enlists the help of PI Ry Leland, AKA Mr. Scrumptious, Madam Divinity, and a nudist wizard named Armand Kopeleski. Vampire Lester, a real vampire not a poseur vampire, and Vector, a French wannabe suitor, also try to help Giselle. The result is a funny, madcap mystery/love story.
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This book appeals to many readers from the historical fiction, action adventure, comedy and mystery loving readers. Since I like all types this was a perfect combination and read for me! The charm of Savannah, Georgia with ghosts, action, comedy, and romance, what more could you ask for! The colorful characters are as unique as the people of Savannah. I really enjoyed the action and pace of the book and as a fan of the south, Savannah is an ideal location for an enchanting ghost story, romance adventure. Enjoy the read!
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Loved it because, it was a light, funny and romantic story. Sometimes I like to read something that isn't depressing. It was an easy read.
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Before I begin, I'll say that I'm not a fan of the romance genre generally. Though I delve into romance occasionally, it's not my wheelhouse. I am a fan of good contemporary fiction with believable human relationships. And as a writer and a fervent reader of all kinds of books, I come to expect a certain level of mastery and quality from books that people pay money for. Like decent editing. And a plot that isn't disjointed. And likable characters. Let me explain:

This book was in need of a stiff editor. I know sometimes books have problems when converted from paper to electronic, but I don't think this one had that issue. Typos, sentences that were missing words and didn't make sense anyway, quotation marks where none were needed-- and that's just the easy grammar stuff. What about the terrible flow, choppy sentences, and the use of symbols for vulgarities? The only time that should be used is the newspaper... if you're writing a book, commit to the word. Instances of words cut off because they're vulgar and the characters are in public so they choose euphemisms instead are fine.

I mentioned this before, but the flow. It's like the author had three or four ideas and decided to make a soup out of them. Some themes are all but forgotten until--oops, we need to squeeze them back in! It doesn't work. And other things are brought back that aren't relevant. The connection between the protagonist and her love interest is unbelievable, at best. Yes, it's just a book, but people don't connect that way. This book reads like it was written either by a far-reaching teenager who had just read the latest big romance book or a really sheltered housewife who had just done the same.

The character's constant body issues weren't endearing.
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Giselle begins her adventure in New Orleans. She works for a Ghost Hunter magazine and must find a ghost, prove he/she exists,write an article and turn it in before Mon deadline. Piece of cake! Her girlfriend, Mary Ellen sends her to a meeting with a man (who is an artist) who has a lead about a ghost. This does not pan out. She then seeks a psychic medium. While with the medium, the crystal ball (which has been in the family for over a hundred years gets broken) and the psychic blames Giselle, of course.
Next logical course, visit a naked, book writing medium to communicate with ghosts. This doesn't work out so well either. The medal the soldier wore was contaminated when Giselle touched it, and the flower box catches fire. Nothing seems to be going her way! Another contact she attempts to use is Vampire Lester.
Someone is now making attempts on Giselle's life. Can't imagine why! Breaking an old crystal ball, setting fire to a medium's house, oh, and mustn't forget the alcoholic tour guide who got upset when Giselle sarcastically harassed her about her lack of knowledge about ghosts and New Orleans history. Someone kidnaps her and throws her into the trunk of a car. She escapes and has to hitch a ride in the back of a pickup with a pig and a dog who seem to live in the back of it. Needless to say, she doesn't smell too good, or look too good when she makes it back to her hotel. Someone tries to drown her using a toilet, and a wild elevator ride.
The things a reporter has to go through to get the story!!! An absolutely side-splitting, hilarious comical look at ghost hunting. Throw in a romance with a very sexy looking PI who keeps getting run into by Giselle (literally) anytime she is anywhere near him and it just keeps getting funnier.
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A Girl, A Guy And a Ghost by Patricia Mason
Poor Giselle Hunter seems to be one of those gals where trouble just shows up. If she's there, so is trouble. She heads for Savannah, Georgia on a mission to find a ghost and save her job, once again she ends up in hot water. From a French artist who won't let go to a New Orleans so-called vampire. A drunken tour guide, nudist wizard and nutty medium. Let us not forget the handsome man, who she wouldn't mind attracting. But she needs a ghost, not trouble.

Full of humor, weird characters, and for the poor red-headed Giselle....trouble. This story is told from Giselle's point of view.
**Sexual content
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