Merry meet merry part till merry meet again
She moves in when helping her neighbor and boss next door at the club, when she notices that not all is right, when they confront a ghost from past who intends harm with his hate, they go to great links to find and stop whoever it is that chosen club and it workers to haunt and cause troubles
It good listen, slow to start but finish great
Yes. I liked the theme of the story and the characters. Jade had been hurt before by someone who thought she was a freak but would she let it stop her from a new romance? Have to read to find out.
When she discovered that Kane didn't find her gift a problem. She was an artist in New Orleans, the city of paranormal activities, so to have a witch in her bead making class wasn't too surprising or was it? The fact that Bea was a witch who knew about ghosts but couldn't see them turned out to be a blessing in disguise.
She adds the life to the characters. It is always better to hear the audible versions than just reading the text because of the life added by the narrator. Of course, the narrator must be able to change voices for different characters and Traci Odom is very good.
I think my favorite part was when the dog followed her home. It was just sweet. I wish I could see ghosts.
The story was creative and original, exciting and help many surprises. I hope this story continues in a series.
The narrator did an excellent job of differentiating the characters and had a pleasant voice.
I'm a huge long series fan & finding good ones that don't get stale is hard. Im really happy I found this & moving to the next book. Sexy smart & exciting!!
i love the Jade Calhoun series I have read them in kindle now getting to listen to the, in audible just brings the characters to life so much more great story quirky fun characters and the narrator is awesome worth a listen can't wait to listen to more.
Magic, ghosts, sexiness
Could compare it to any of the Jolie books from HP Mallory.
I did enjoy the book and Traci did a great job narrating. I gave it a go even with some of the other reviews were on the bad and I'm glad I did.
I've loved Sci Fi and Fantasy since I was a teenager, too many years ago! I have been gaming just as long and currently run in a DragonQuest system. I've been married 35 yrs. with 2 kids, 4 cats and a moose in training - a LARGE Dog. I found audible a few years ago and I LOVE it!!!
I was looking for something light and humorous after reading Molly Harper, this wasn't even close.
I enjoy historical, paranormal, and contemporary romance. Also steampunk, sci-fi, fantasy, suspense, and fiction. I'm open to about anything
Setting: New Orleans, contemporary
Genre: Paranormal romance
Narration: Fair. Traci Odom is not the kind of narrator I would look up to see what else she had narrated, nor would I pass on a book narrated by her. I started this book on Kindle, so her accents weren't as I had imagined them.
This is the first book in a series. I had more hope for this than what I got. The plot is about a woman, Jade, who moved to N.O at the behest of her best friend, Kat, then finds out that her ex-boyfriend, Dan, also lives there and is dating her friend. Wait. Isn't it kind of a cardinal rule that you don't pick up your best friend's leavings? Plus, if your best friend told you the ex was psycho, wouldn't you believe it? Anyway, the backstory on these 3 comes out in such an incomplete and scattered way, I felt like this was actually the 2nd book of the series. Maybe this series is connected in some way to a different series? Neither the blurb from Audible or Kindle indicated it is. Aside from that weird backstory thing, there were other problems with the plot and characters. There was a character introduced who became a good friend of the whole group instantly without anything showing the growth of the relationship. Jade gets all ticked off at Kane for not revealing his paranormal power to her, but she won't reveal hers to him. What an immature little snot. One of the other things that bothered me about backstory and character is that ages aren't given (at least as far as I remember). The apparent prejudice Jade has against Kane for owning a strip club. This lacks some sort of background story. She reveals that Pyper is part owner or manager or something to do with the club, but Jade doesn't seem to have the same prejudice with her. And yes, I am spelling Kane and Pyper correctly, as they appear in the Kindle. Aren't those spellings precious? Oh yeah, Jade gets injured so many times as plot device, I felt like she should have been wearing protective head gear. So.... I can handle some grammatical problems, because I just edit in my head as I go along, but the lack of backstory, communication between characters, and continuity made this torturous.
Was this worth a credit? NO! It wasn't even worth the $1.99 I paid. You can get it if it's a freebie. Was it worth whatever I paid for the Kindle (under $2.00)? That would also be a no. You can add an exclamation point to that. I'm trying to limit my use.
So, why did I give it 2 stars? Because it is just rude to give fewer to something the author spent time doing. Plus, I liked that it was set in New Orleans.