Harper Harlow has the world at her fingertips, and the weight of the world on her shoulders. Whisper Cove's resident ghost hunter finds that her professional life is soaring - while her personal life is floundering. She's on a man diet - and nothing is going to tempt her, or so she swears. Jared Monroe thought 10 days away was nothing - until Harper's anger hit him square in the face, and the heart, upon his return to town.
He didn't mean to hurt her, but a woman's anger runs deep. When a teenager is found in a local park, Jared and Harper find their paths intersecting...again. Derek Thompson may have been looking forward to a bright future, but now he's only looking back at a tortured past as his murderer runs free. Jared and Harper have to work together - and face their issues - if they want to put Derek to rest. Working together is a great idea...until their hormones get in the way.
Can this couple find common ground? And, more importantly, can the dark underbelly of Whisper Cove survive the sordid truth? Only time will tell, and Jared and Harper are running out of it.
©2016 Lily Harper Hart (P)2016 Lily Harper Hart
This would have been a passable light summer read if it had a different narrator. She was shrill, constantly screeching and yelling and making Harper sound more like a Harpy! Grrr! It ruined what would have otherwise been a decent book.
the voices the narrator is doing arr quite annoying....not sure I can continue to listen. When she talks normal, pleasant to listen to but when she does a character very annoying
the overall storyline okay, but the narrative was so difficult for me that I didn't enjoy the book. I never quit a book but I wanted to several times due to the 2nd and 3rd character narrative. I also belive this book is geared to a younger audience lacking character development. I may attempt to read a book by this author in the future ?
I'm not crazy about the narrator - some voices a little screechy. Harper's voice especially because she is main character
I couldn't get past the first chapter. I really like ghost stories and after the first book I had high hopes for this one. The beginning of the story starts off with the main character arguing with her business partner to he point of ridiculousness. It was like listening to my 6 year old fight with her friends. It was so unrealistic, no mature adult in the middle of a job would have such a ridiculous argument and piss off their client. I recommend this to teenagers who would like that kind of drama and don't know any better yet.
I liked the relationship between Harper and Zander.
It is a toss up between Harper and Zander. Their relationship is humorous.
I am not sure. Her male voices are not real good. The lawyers at the end sounded better than Mel and even than Jared.
I would like to read/hear more of her stories as at times I do not want to have to think real hard trying to keep the characters straight.
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