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Welcome to Everlasting, Maine, where there's no such thing as normal. 

Meteorologist Zoe Parker put Everlasting in her rearview mirror as soon as she had her college degree in hand. But when Sapphire, her eccentric great-aunt, takes a tumble down the stairs in her lighthouse home, Zoe returns to the tiny fishing hamlet to look after her. Zoe has barely crossed the county line when strange things start happening with the weather, and she discovers Sapphire's fall was no accident. Someone is searching the lighthouse, but Sapphire has no idea what they're looking for. Determined to ensure her aunt's ongoing safety, Zoe promises to expose the intruders, even though it means staying in Everlasting and confronting the past she thought she's put behind her. 

Dane Stanton never expected to see Zoe standing in the middle of her aunt's living room and is even more unprepared for the flood of emotion he experiences when coming face to face with his old flame. Zoe is just as independent and determined as he remembers, and Dane knows she won't rest until Sapphire can return to the lighthouse in peace, so he offers to help her sort things out. 

Armed with old legends, Sapphire's ten cats, and a talking ghost, Zoe has to reconcile her feelings for Dane and embrace her destiny before it's too late.

©2017 Jana DeLeon (P)2017 Jana DeLeon

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Cute beginning to a new series

Jana DeLeon has written a cute beginning to a new series. I enjoy her Fortune series a lot more. This story had an original storyline. If you enjoy cozy paranormal mysteries, you won’t want to miss this one.

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Slooooow

I was looking forward to Dead Man Talking because I like the author’s other books. With all the supernatural options in this world, almost anything could happen. But it didn’t. It was like being given small bites of action very four chapters. In fact, it was well over halfway through the book before anything close to

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I like Jana Deleon’s other books, so I thought I would enjoy this one. The story is okay if predictable. The narration was not appropriate for this book. It sounded more like he was talking to a child. If I pick any more of her books, it will be text only.

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Meh...

I love Jana DeLeon and have read/listened to all of her books (some multiple times). This one just seemed to fall short. There is a main story but no little supporting stories. It is an okay plot, but nothing like her Miss Fortune series. The narrator should have been a female in my opinion since the main character is female. I am giving 3 stars because it is a good book, just nothing I would write home about.

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  • Beatrice
  • Houston, TX, United States
  • 12-21-17

Fun quick mystery

This is an entertaining cozy mystery with well developed characters and a quickly paced plot.

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  • Helly
  • 12-28-17

Spoilt by narrator

Disapointed :(
I love most of Jana's books but couldn't really get into this one, most of which I believe was due to the awful narrative.