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Annie Graceland's a baker with a pinch of psychic ability. She's empathic - can feel other people's lusts and desires in her own body. But Annie's recently acquired a spookier skill – she can see and talk to ghosts. And much to her dismay, they also talk to her - nagging her incessantly to solve their murders.

Annie's happily dating hunky Detective Raphael Campillio in Los Angeles, when her mom signs her up to be a judge at Wisconsin's first annual Hot Guys Contest. Who cares if it's 4th of July weekend with scorching temperatures? It's a free trip home to Wisconsin. What could possibly go wrong?

When hometown hot guy, Mr. Oconomowoc, is killed and doesn't pass to the Afterlife, he begs Annie to investigate his murder. Now she's not only a pageant judge, but also meddling with a motley crew of suspects.

It doesn't help that Detective Jamie Ryan, a boy from Annie's past, is all grown up, sexy as sin, and determined to make her fall for him. Going back home can be sweet as frosting or worse than a cake wreck. The temperature's rising at the Hot Guys Contest….

©2012 Pamela DuMond (P)2013 Pamela DuMond

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light mystery

a good, light read. Do not purchase the narration. it's pretty bad. would not recommend it.

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A cute story but..

The book would have been better if the narrator would have not sounded so mechanical. She tried to do a Wisconsin accent but instead it was a very exaggerated upper Michigan accent. Very annoying and insulting no matter where you are from.

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