A Girl, A Guy and A Ghost by Patricia Mason
Humorous Romantic Suspense

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***This is the UNCENSORED VERSIONCurvy redhead Giselle Hunter, parapsychology reporter, has a crisis. Finding a ghost within three days is the only way to save her job. Not easy, especially with no psychic talent. A trip to Savannah Georgia-voted the most haunted city in America-seems ideal. But while Giselle encounters a discrimination-obsessed vampire, a nudist wizard, a not-so-psychic medium and a host of other kooks, there's not a ghost in sight. Then there's scrumptiously sexy, private investigator Ry Leland. With his buff body and bitable lips, Ry ignites her passion. He's an enormous distraction. Distracting her in a bed, in a closet, on the kitchen table, in a car. . . But despite the explosion of their mutual lust at first sight, Ry is unwilling to help with what he calls a cockamamie investigation. Unwilling, that is, until an attempt on her life makes it clear someone wants to stop Giselle from finding a ghost. . .and turn her into one.

About Patricia Mason

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Patricia Mason has worked as a journalist, writer and editor for over twenty years. She has authored several children's stories and rewritten Native legends for use in the elementary school system. Since 1994 she has written three plays about Emily Carr, all enthusiastically received by local audiences.
Published November 4, 2012 by Zuzalley Books. 306 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Romance, Literature & Fiction, Gay & Lesbian. Fiction

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