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From the best-selling author of the Celta novels and the Ghost Seer novels...

Something wicked this way comes...

When her aunt died, level-headed accountant Clare Cermak inherited a fortune--as well as a phantom dog and the power to help ghosts move on. Her new gift led her to Zach Slade, a sexy private investigator with a unique psychic gift of his own and the man who's slowly opening her heart. But as they work toward building a future together, a sinister threat emerges.

An evil ghost is ravaging Creede, Colorado, threatening to devour the spirit of an innocent boy. Inexperienced in facing such a powerful ghost--and knowing her spirit, too, could be ripped away--Clare still can't refuse to help. With Zach's support she uncovers the ghost's identity and the ancestral weapon required to slay it. But does Clare dare to use that weapon before the ghost destroys the man she loves--and her own spirit?

©2015 Robin D. Owens (P)2014 Audible Inc.

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I beg to differ with author, my husband is Sotts and the Crow saying is:
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  • 07-12-18

good story ruined

struggled to finish
the sex has no relevance to the story and verges on print. it slows the story down to a crawl it's u necessary.
for example john conroe writes a good read his characters have a close and passionate relationship without the need of them describing in minutiae the exact anatomical details of the sex act.
it's going back as I'll never listen to it again
only wish I'd remembered how bad the previous books were for exactly the same reason. oh I'm no pude but sex in a story that has no point is just tacky.