Thursday, May 5, 2016

{Book Review} Must Love Ghosts (Banshee Creek #1) by Ani Gonzalez

Must Love Ghosts (Banshee Creek #1)
by Ani Gonzalez
Publisher: FAC Publishing LLC
Released: February 2016
Genre: Fiction-Adult: Paranormal Romance
How I Got it: NetGalley

Seducing the Rational Skeptic...

Abby Reed believes in folk songs, faery tales, and ghosts, but she doesn’t believe in love. She lost her soulmate when her fiancĂ© died while deployed in Afghanistan, but she still has her music, her crazy spectre-filled town, and her pen-pal-slash-best-friend, Mike Stone. It's a good life and she's happy, but when Mike arrives in Banshee Creek after his last tour of duty in Afghanistan, Abby starts to have doubts, about music, ghosts and, most

Like a good soldier, Mike Stone follows the rules, and Rule #1 is: Don't Fall For Your Buddy's Fiancée. His relationship with Abby has been strictly platonic, and will remain that way, if he has anything to say about it. But when he arrives in Banshee Creek, a town where the impossible is an everyday occurrence, he'll find out that sometimes rules are meant to be broken.

Review: I thought this was a cute read. Abby and Mike have been friends for awhile. Mike friend zones Abby because she was his best friend's fiancee, but said friend has been dead for two years. Charged with an important mission to deliver something special to Abby, he ends up in Banshee Creek.
Sparks fly when these two come together.
I really enjoyed this story. The plot moves along at a good clip combining a little paranormal, a little humor and some romance. The characters were likeable and I loved how they interacted. The paranormal investigating biker club was a nice touch. I will say the ending was a bit of a tease, not a cliffhanger exactly but a tease none the less. Lets just say I added the rest of this series to my Amazon wish list.
Overall a fun romantic read.

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