Jack Harker and Ivy Morgan are happy. Actually, they're more than happy. They're also content. Nothing can get in their way. That all changes when a disheveled teenager shows up at Shadow Lake's weekly dance. The girl is dirty, disoriented, and traumatized. That means Jack and Ivy are on the case, and the truth of one girl's horror may bring the entire Shadow Lake community to its knees.
vy Morgan is a witch with a mind of her own. What she doesn't need is romantic entanglements. That's why Jack Harker's appearance in her life is such a conundrum. Jack Harker has a haunted past and all he wants is peace and quiet. He's left a life of violence and despair behind for the comforts of home and country. He might find peace in Ivy's presence, but he'll never find quiet.
Detective Jack Harker is going on vacation, and he wants his witchy new girlfriend Ivy Morgan to go with him. He just hasn't asked her yet. When he finally gets up the courage, Ivy agrees to a weeklong camping trip with Jack's former police academy friends and their wives. Since Jack has never been camping, he needs Ivy for more than just company - he also needs her to teach him a few things about surviving in the woods.
Harper Harlow lives in a world of ghosts. She sees them. She talks to them. She investigates them. She sends them on their merry way. She's not embarrassed by her abilities, and she's not afraid to be who she is. She's also not looking for a relationship.
"the narrator was horrible...."
The newly minted couple are in a good place, so when Jared asks Whisper Cove's favorite ghost hunter to go to Harsens Island to visit an old friend and his family, Harper jumps at the chance. Josh Stoker and Jared have a lot to catch up on, including the hard financial times the Stoker family is struggling to deal with. In an effort to keep their business empire afloat, the Stokers have turned their ancestral family home into an inn, and this week they just happen to be hosting a murder mystery event.
Ivy Morgan is happy with who she is, and what she can do. She certainly doesn't need to second guess her life, or her witchy ways... that is, until Shadow Lake's newest police detective enters her life. Jack Harker is haunted by a past he refuses to talk about, and he's not looking forward to a future with anyone - especially a sassy witch with boundary issues.
"Compelled to write this review"
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.
Maddie Graves is psychic and can see ghosts. When she returns to her home in Blackstone Bay following her mother's death, she has more to do than find peace with her past, she also has to try and reclaim the future she discarded when she left town after graduation. Her former best friend Nick Winters has been bitter since she walked away without a backward glance. A murder mystery throws them back together, and Maddie must decide if she can trust Nick with her biggest secret - and her heart.
Maddie Graves has psychic flashes and can talk to ghosts - only no one is supposed to know her secret. The only thing she can't see is her own future. After her mother's death, she returns home to find her former best friend, Nick Winters, is really the only man she could ever love. Unfortunately, she's never told him the truth about her abilities, and he's not thrilled with her return. Nick is conflicted. He's loved Maddie his entire life, but he can't forget the fact that she walked away from him - even if he's desperate to forgive her.
Detective Jack Harker and Shadow Lake's resident witch Ivy Morgan are finally on the right romantic track - and they're officially going on their first date. While eating dinner in a neighboring town, a police officer is shot and killed on the street - and when the ballistics come back, Jack realizes his tortured past is still part of his tumultuous present. Jack's demons are on display, and he's in danger from an old enemy's grudge and a current enemy's vengeance.
Detective Jack Harker is living in his dreams - only they're really nightmares. Ivy Morgan wants to help, especially since she's become a frequent visitor in his subconscious - only she doesn't know how. When a battered teenage girl shows up in Ivy's greenhouse, the duo must put aside their misgivings and constant miscommunication so they can try and help.
Maddie Graves is returning home, and it's under unfortunate circumstances. Following her mother Olivia's death, someone has to take care of Maddie's cantankerous grandmother Maude, and the family tree is almost limbless now. It's not easy for Maddie to return to small-town life in Blackstone Bay, mostly because the boy she left behind is still there - and she's drawn to him the second she sees him again.
"I loves this book"
After surviving an ordeal that almost claimed Maddie's life, and admitting his true feelings (at least to himself), Nick is at a crossroads. He has a girlfriend to break up with, and a move to make. Both tasks are giving him fits.
"Much Better Than The First"
Nick Winters and Maddie Graves are officially a couple - and, more importantly, they're officially happy. They're finally on the road to forever. When a body washes up on the Lake Michigan shoreline, though, the couple find themselves embroiled in another mystery - and the stakes are high. Local teenager Hayley Walker was missing two weeks before her body was discovered, although her autopsy indicates she's been dead for only 24 hours. Because of the age of the victim - and the way her body was discarded - the death rocks the community.