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Publisher's Summary

Harper Harlow can see and talk to ghosts. She's built a business out of helping souls crossover, and even though the cases sometimes go wonky, she's good at what she does.

Jared Monroe wants to be a big city detective in a large market. Instead, he's forced to take a job in the small community of Whisper Cove until the right position opens up. He doesn't believe in ghosts, and yet he can't seem to stay away from Harper.

These two are on a collision course for each other, but danger is in the way. Can they survive long enough to give in to temptation, or will their chance at romance be cut short?

This is the first three books in the Harper Harlow mystery series. It includes Ghostly Interests, Ghostly Issues and Ghostly Deceits.

©2016 Lily Harper Hart (P)2016 Lily Harper Hart

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Slightly annoying characters

These characters just aren't that believable. They are both annoying, whiney, and too perfect all at the same time. Everyone gets along while simultaneously being catty, and no one has the sense to tell either the main protagonist (who is way too bossy) or her best friend (who is way too up in her business) that no one would think that they're over the top, and in fact everyone is jist so happy to tell them how great it all is, despite the total dysfunction in it all.

The narrator doesn't help much. I just didn't enjoy listenjng, whether because of the minor things, like pronouncing "autopsy" as "all-topsy" or the more major. The major annoyance was that she read everything as if every sentence was ended with an exclamation point. Also, half the men had horrible nasal voices (though I did appreciate her attempt to distinguish the various voices).

The story was passable (if not slightly predictable) and the love interests pretty much fawn all over each other throughout. Even someone like me, who can suspend reality for a bit, was rolling my eyes. So, be forewarned.

5 of 6 people found this review helpful

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Cute story

The story was enjoyable. The characters were fun. I found the narrator's voice very annoying.

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Most annoying narrator ever

The stories were ok at best, but the narrator sounds like a teenage robot. I honestly believe I could have done a better job. The nasal, squeally voices were just horrid.

The dialog was juvenile and was made even worse by the narrator. The stories weren't completely horrible. The subject matter was interesting, but felt like a teenager wrote them.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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Decent series, weak narrator

The characters in the series are a little cartoonish, but the relationships are sitcom worthy and taken as a light read/listen they are a nice diversion.

Angel Clark is not a great reader. Her male voices all seem to overly-projected like they are mostly yelling. Uncle Mel is a horrible voice and grating. I won't *not* get a book because she is reading, but she also won't tip getting a book because she is reading.

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Great story - narrator needs work....

Love this series so far, great characters and storyline. However, the narrator makes it very difficult to enjoy. The main character is so high-pitched and nasal - it's like nails on a chalkboard. The narrator also mispronounces many words which is distracting. This series could be so much more entertaining with a different narrator.

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Disappointing

It was really hard to appreciate the story for the narration. The characters all sounded very juvenile, and most of the male characters' voices were irritating as hell.

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a little disappointing

the three stories were good but the author kept pushing a certain issue which wasn't necessary, and it seem like the characters were sometimes digging at each other. the narrator was all right but I wasn't too thrilled with her. but the stories were good

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Mildly interesting story but...

I thought the story itself was pretty good and interesting enough. The problem I have with this series is that the characters are very immature and annoying. Both the main protagonist and her best friend are much to bossy, whiny, and sound more like petulant teenagers than late twenty-somethings. Also, most of the male characters in the book, including the boyfriend, had egos bigger than the Empire State Building and the most douchey lines. They sounded more like spoiled frat boys from a cheesy movie than real life men. All-in-all, I found my patience running very thin with all the characters

My feelings toward the characters were only intensified by the narrator. While I appreciate her attempt at different voices for each character, she seemed to speak as if every sentence ended with an exclamation point, making almost unbearable characters even worse. She also gave the male characters very nasally voices. I don't want to come down on the narrator too hard because this is a job I would not excel at; but, I probably won't download a book narrated by her again.

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  • Deborah
  • Richardson, TX, United States
  • 07-09-18

Narrator's voice just got on my nerves.

The story probably would have been pretty good, but definitely the author needs a narrator less boring.

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Narrator distracted from story

As someone who has lived in Michigan for over 2 decades, I find the mispronunciation for the region wretched. In Michigan euchre is pronounced differently as is solace (more words were butchered). Several of the voices were overly annoying and immature. Hard to tell if author, narrator, or some combination is to blame for the dislike. I will probably be avoiding any future books narrated by Ms. Clark.

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  • Blue Snowflake
  • 03-21-18

Voice was a bit annoying at times

Story reminded me of the tv show Ghost Whisperer a bit. The characters were great. The story was a bit funny, a bit suspenseful and a bit cheesy romance. Mixed together with a good mystery made a great story. A couple of the characters voices could be a bit annoying at times.