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What's a Ghoul to Do? (Ghost Hunter Mysteries, No. 1): A Ghost Hunter Mystery Kindle Edition
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|Length: 304 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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It might sound like an exaggerating but try to get into an adventure while on every page the guy who's speaking with perfect grammar misuses a ridiculous word and breaks the flow of the story right there. Plus, he's way too arrogant and domineering to be sexy or attractive. I can't picture our M.J (the heroine) or anyone with a healthy self-esteem finding him attractive. I will not even start with the cliche gay best friend who would be the most irritating character if it wasn't for Steven. Now that I've found out Steven will be a regular in the series I won't even try to start with the next book.
* I mentioned M.J's ability to communicate with the departed as selective because she's able to hear stories and names very clearly from EVERY spirit in the book except the ones that actually matter. She could at least have that happen to her a few more times to make it more realistic.
The heroine, instead of being the strong yet quirky character I felt the author was trying for, instead came off as silly and shallow. The relationship between her and her friend/business partner lacked depth and the "romantic" interest was lacking. I'll admit I enjoyed the story while reading it, but found it largely forgettable and won't be getting the next book in this series.