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Reader Review: This book started off well, but it seemed to lose spirit as it went on...the main characters never seemed to hash out their difficulties completely...for some reason unknown I just could not get completely into the book...
Local Guild boss and powerful ghost hunter Cooper Boone is everything botanist Elly St. Clair could ask for-the handsome, strong and silent type. Maybe too silent. For when Guild secrets threaten her career at the college, Elly has to call off their marriage-and leave small-town life behind...But starting over in the thriving metropolis of Cadence City isn't easy, especially when one of Elly's new friends disappears in the eerie catacombs beneath the streets. Cooper turns up just in time to help Elly investigate. And as the mystery deepens and dangerous ghost myths and legends come to light, Cooper makes it clear he intends to stick around-and this time he's holding nothing back...
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|Title of Romance eBook: Ghost Hunter||Series: Harmony, , #7|
|Release Date: 06-01-2006|
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|Publisher: Jove||Store Sales Rank: 3345|
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Title: Ghost Hunter
Average Customer Review:
Number of Comments: 4 Rating(s) 4 Review(s)
5 of 18 people found the following eBook Review Helpful
Good Read! Continueing the saga of dust bunnies...
November 19, 2008
Reviewer: A reader from SEABECK, WA US
Good Read! Continueing the saga of dust bunnies...oh, sorry-this is Ely the botanist's and Cooper the Guild Boss's story as they struggle thru a relationship of secrets and people trying to kill (strike the previous-let's get back to those dust bunnies)...this story is all about Rose the dust bunny who loves to steal (umm, borrow) Ely's bracelets and wear them just like any good roommate would...
This book started off well, but it seemed to lose
August 27, 2008
Reviewer: A reader from Mandurah, NA AU
This book started off well, but it seemed to lose spirit as it went on...the main characters never seemed to hash out their difficulties completely...for some reason unknown I just could not get completely into the book...
No Connection to the Characters
August 10, 2012
Reviewer: A reader from WACO, TX USA
The promise of the story is great, the idea of the characters and their personalities sound workable, but the story just did not work for me. I felt no connection to the characters and honestly felt no emotion from the story.
& the point would be (aside from Rose, that is)?
May 15, 2011
Reviewer: A reader from MIDDLETON, WI USA
Book begins with the Ely the Botanist (and her dust bunny Rose) rebelling against her guild-obsessed family and suitor. They run away from home to start a new life in a new city, which they manage quite handily, and everything is proceeding excellently until the aforementioned suitor (Cooper the Guild Boss) shows up.
Up until this point I had been thoroughly enjoying the story; had Ely encountered a likable, interesting (& interested in her) new romantic interest and kicked Cooper out on his ear this could have been a highly entertaining and satisfying read. Even if Cooper had merely learned something from the experience and both characters grown closer and more in tune with each other, it would have been a much better and less frustrating tale.
As it is, the two leads never seem to resolve anything, and it is a mystery to me why Ely gets back together with him, returns home and willingly re-enters the cage she had succesfully escaped from.
At this point not even the ever-entertaining Rose could save the story (although she does her best).
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