Thursday 24 October 2019

A ghostly gift and Accidental Leigh

ebook, 56 pages
Published February 15th 2015 by Angie Fox
Series: Southern Ghost Hunter Mysteries #1.5
Cozy paranormal mystery

No problem jumping right into this with this novella. It worked great. I wanted something short and that I got.

Verity can see ghosts thanks to the ghost that stays with her.  They have a case to solve, and so they do.

Good little novella, and it made me curious about her ex and why she is seeing his brother. That sounds like quite the story.

Verity Long doesn't want to see ghosts, and she'd rather not let anyone know her little secret, either. But when a restless spirit stirs up trouble in her friend's resale shop, Verity and her very new, very dead gangster friend team up to learn what is really happening. They discover an age-old secret and must learn the truth behind a mysterious disappearance... before it's too late. 

How does a girl become a witch? By accident, of course!

Leigh Epstein is a grief stricken and lonely elementary school teacher that is devastated by the brutal and unexpected death of her true love at the hands of a careless writer. She overcomes her grief by taking matters in her own hands and takes up a little romance writing to resurrect her vampire-werewolf book-boyfriend. Leigh gets more than she bargained for when she discovers that every steamy erotic scene she creates is magically reenacted by her family, friends and coworkers.

In her hilarious first diary, Leigh unwittingly sets her parents up for a weekend dinner party that they will never forget. She has two weeks to find out what her new found magic is capable of. Can she prevent a wild erotic encounter that could devastate her sweet parent’s marriage? What and who else will get caught up in her magic spells?

ebook, 114 pages
Published June 11th 2014 by Black Paw Publishing (first published May 31st 2014)
Series: Literal Leigh Romance Diaries #1

A bit of brainless fun. Ha, I enjoyed it.

Leigh gets a magical desk and writes hot sex scenes, but then they come true! And everything turns out wrong. Ha, yes it was pretty amusing.

It was a novella, I can roll with that and that is why I chose it. Short is good. I'd read more

PS. This is as close I will get to horror this October


  1. These both sound great! I have read the first book in the Angie Fox series but do want to read more.

  2. Both of these look so cute! Sometimes brainless fun can be a nice diversion :)

    ~Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

  3. These covers are such fun! I'm with you, and stay away from the scary stuff too.(lol) Glad you enjoyed the reads. Hugs, RO

  4. I love listening to Verity and Frankie's stories. Glad you enjoyed this one.

    I agree that some silly ones are fun especially if they are short ones that entertain for an afternoon.

    Haha, this is my speed of spooky, too.

    1. As spooky as I go, nah, I can do spooky, but these fell into my lap and I was all yes, lets go

  5. These sound adorable and about the level of Halloween I'm up for reading right now.

    Karen @ For What It's worth

  6. Look at you - paranormal cozy!



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