"Be careful what you wish for because karma has a way of biting you in the butt."
That's what Angela Panther's mother always said.
And boy was she was right.
When Angela first discovered her gift to gab with ghosts, she fought it tooth and nail. But the second she decided it wasn't so bad, tragedy hit and the universe decided to teach her a lesson.
Now she's unable to chat with the other side and is crying out for a re-do.
When her best friend Mel suspects her husband of cheating, she asks Angela to help her prove it. They concoct the perfect plan to get the goods on him, but to make it work they'll need help from Angela's mother, Fran.
There's just one tiny little problem - Fran's dead.
As the two best friends set out on a cheater-catching adventure, they hope Fran can use her celestial super powers to help, and prove that the bond between those who've crossed over with the ones they've left behind is never broken.
©2014 Carolyn Ridder Aspenson (P)2015 Carolyn RIdder Aspenson
I have only listened to the audio version. In general, I prefer audio because i get to listen while using my eyes and hands for other things than reading.
Well the best moments are all spoilers. Suffice it to say, you'll know the best "best moment" when you hear it :)
As always, Kathy does more than just read the words on the page. She considers who is speaking, how that character is feeling and what's going on around them. This causes all the dialogues to have a true ring of authenticity!
Angela's back, but everything is different!
Can wait for the next audio book with Angela. The creative duo of Carolyn and Kathy is thoroughly engaging! My only ask for next time is more action, faster!! More ghosts, more mysteries solved, more Mel! Maybe a little less Emily, unless she matures a bit ::wink::. Seriously though, publish soon!!
Good story line. The narrator did a good job using different voices for the various characters. The stories of the separate characters were tied together well and held the reader's interest.
I had a hard time getting into the first book, but then I really liked it. This one even more so, and I was into the story fully in only a couple of chapters. The gift she shares with the family/friends of the deceased loved ones really brings me joy. I hope there are people who can do this.
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