Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Wild Wild Ghost by Margo Bond Collins

Wild Wild Ghost
by Margo Bond Collins

My rating: 5 stars

Publisher: Bathory Gate Press (October 8, 2016)
Publication Date: October 8, 2016
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Print Length: 84 pages
Available from: Amazon
 
With everyone she loves in the grave, Ruby specializes in the dead. Trip wants to bring her back to the land of the living.

When Ruby Silver traded in her demon-hunting rifle for a Tremayne Agency badge, she didn't want another partner—losing the last one was too traumatic. But when a new case in the Texas Hill Country pairs her up with the slow-talking, fast-drawing Trip Austin, it will take all their combined skills to combat a plague of poltergeists, and maybe more, in this German-settled town.

 
Wild Wild Ghost by Margo Bond Collins

Wild Wild GhostWho did they call before Ghost Busters back in the day when the west was wild and ghosts and demons could be downright nasty varmints? The Tremayne Agency, of course! Poltergeists are terrorizing a small town in the Texas Hill Country and Ruby Silver, a woman with secrets, supernatural abilities and a broken heart is paired up with fellow agent Trip Austin. Preferring to work alone, the serious, yet feisty Ruby finds her resolve tested when the charming Trip begins breaking down her barriers of seclusion while proving he is more than just a pretty face on the ghost hunting circuit. But is it only a ghost they are after? There is no “I” in TEAMWORK and just maybe they make the perfect team, but…there is that dark past that still haunts Ruby

Margo Bond Collins’ Wild Wild Ghosts is the tale of a spooky showdown that makes the gunfight at the OK Corral seems like child’s play. Two totally different personalities join forces in more ways than just for business, but are they meant to be together? Who knew that battling spirits and demons from beyond in the nineteenth century was the forbearer of methods used today?? A fun read, not too “spooky” with a touch of spice that will make you smile!

I received a review copy of the Anthology, The Good, the Bad, and the Ghostly and this book is in it!


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