Thursday, April 5, 2018

Book Review: 'Must Love Ghosts' by Jennifer Savalli


A skeptical psychologist and a professor falls in love with a paranormal investigator. Does their love have a ghost of a chance?
Tia is a professor and a psychologist who doesn’t really believe in ghosts or the paranormal. Declan, her ex-boyfriend, is a paranormal investigator and believes the exact opposite. This puts their relationship in a bind. However, when unexplainable things start happening to her, the first person she blames is her ex.
Tia and Declan are very different characters. They have this chemistry and passion that surpasses anything else and makes them rethink themselves and what they want in their life.
At the beginning, Tia seemed uncooperative and hostile towards Declan almost to the point that she seemed egotistical. It was annoying, but it took a while for me to realize what her problem was. I would like to have known what shaped her attitude from the beginning. Add it to the fact that Declan wants to show the world proof that ghosts exists. How far would he go to get it?
The ending was very well thought out. It brought all the pieces together nicely. Overall, this is a nice short story to get lost in. Paranormal romance lovers are sure to find the mystery and heat a nice mix.

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