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Me and My Ghoulfriends: A Psychic Cozy Mystery (Larue Donavan Book 1) (English Edition) par [Pressey, Rose]
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Author Note: Would you like a free copy of Book 1 from my popular Haunted Tour Guide series? I hope so, because I would like to send you one! Simply copy/paste the link below into your browser and I will email you the download link. But hurry, I can't keep it free for long-

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By day, Larue Donavan is a down-to-earth bookstore owner. But by night, she's a psychic investigator dedicated to helping lost spirits find peace. Dead people won't leave her alone and Abraham Lincoln thinks he's in charge of her lovelife. Larue can handle ghosts and undead presidents. It's the living who drive her crazy.

When Callahan Weiss moves to town, the handsome newcomer opens a coffee shop right next door. She's smitten from the start, but she's not the only one -- The boutique owner across the street has her eye on Callahan too, and she'll do anything to get to him. Callahan's behavior is increasingly peculiar. Larue will need more than a little help from her ghoul-friends to save the day...

More books in the Larue Donovan Series:.
Ghouls Night Out -- book 2
The Ghoul Next Door -- book 3
Ghoul of My Dreams -- book 4

Visit me at rosepressey.com or facebook.com/rosepressey for more info about my latest releases.

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Par LF le 3 février 2013
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I got Me and My Ghoulfriends as a kindle freebie a while ago. I already like Pressey's Rylie Cruz series and I really wanted to read more from her.

This book has the same fresh, cute style that I know and love about the author.
I really loved Larue, it was funny to read about her "gang" of ghosts hanging around all the time and giving remarks on everything she does. Yep, her own peanut gallery 24/7!

But apparently it's not only her ghosts meddling in Larue's life...
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 I'm sure there are women like this in the world... 25 août 2015
Par Shirley U Jest - Publié sur Amazon.com
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...but I'm not one of them. The heroine of this novel, LaRue, is a rather conservative, somewhat prudish, shallow and silly person. Think "Oh my stars and garters!" plus pearl-clutching. That's how the author wrote her. If you're buying this book because she talks to ghosts, you should know that she finds them annoying and would rather describe her lunch or outfit than a conversation with Abraham Lincoln because he's, you know, boring. She just tunes him out.

I would call this a YA book, but I don't think even young women would identify with LaRue. This book consists a lot of the h swooning over a new man she refers to repeatedly as "Mr. Yummy." She knows nothing about him other than he's handsome yet she's utterly infatuated. She worried he might like another woman just because she's pretty and fit...yet that's exactly what she's doing, drooling over him because of how he looks. If the roles were reversed I would be extremely annoyed at a man talking about a woman the way LaRue talks about Mr. Yummy's looks and body.

A big hint about LaRue's personality is how she is constantly reminded of things that happened to her as a teenager. That one time when she was 13. Or 14. Or when she was 17 and met that boy. She and her best friend refer to going to college so she's not a child, but everything happening today reminds her of her childhood.

There are ghosts that need LaRue's help moving on but she's too busy wondering if Mr. Yummy likes her, if she should go to his coffee shop to see him, or taking about him with her girlfriend to bother with anything so uninteresting as helping a grieving widower move past his wife's death.

If you like women who giggle, skip, screech, bounce, plop, smirk and sashay, you might enjoy this book. If you need things over-explained so you can follow the action, what little there is, you might like this book. Example: "She gave me a reassuring nod. She was showing me she approved of what I was doing." Or, "He laughed. He was showing appreciation for my joke." "She handed me a bag. 'Place the salt in a circle.' I looked in the bag expecting to see salt and saw what looked like salt." Repetitive phrasing. Restating what just happened. It's as though the author thinks we might not remember what people just said, or how many ghosts are there (four), unless she constantly reminds us.

And the kissing. After the most boring date ever, the H and h kiss. A lot. If they're not kissing, she's thinking of kissing him. And about his kisses. His lips. His lips on hers. A lot.

At one point, LaRue needs help, so she asks a special group (trying to avoid spoilers). Yet she remains ridiculously suspicious and frightened of them even while they're trying to help her. And she asked!

I just could not relate to the characters or plot on any level. It was not an enjoyable reading experience for me and I cannot recommend this book.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 High Hopes Dashed 10 octobre 2015
Par Pemberley Proud - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Two stars to rate this book as "I don't like it", according to Amazon's star-equivalent. One star means I hated it, and I do not have any reaction so strong as to "hate" it -- it's simply poorly written with weak characters, a weak story line and a lack of elements to keep my interest .

This is a ghost paranormal, which comes off as a naive and unintelligent in comparison to other ghost and paranormal stories of today. The main character, Larue Donovan, is a ghost hunter and is written as contradictingly clueless -- she believes in ghosts because she sees, hears, talks to and interacts with them, but cannot seem to believe in witches or witchcraft. Furthermore, why write a ghost story with clueless ghosts who are awkwardly ignorant of their ghostly abilities and how they could possibly use their ghostly advantages to help Larue, the non-ghost they all care for?!!?

Larue is attracted to a newcomer to town, Callahan, and the two go on two or three dates, but there is a lack of chemistry for the reader to believe in the honesty of their mutual attraction. Truthfully, I enjoyed the main character's best friend, Mindy, and found her more interesting and believable than Larue, Callahan and Brianna, the nasty business neighbor.

There are a few awkwardly phrased and incorrectly written sentences (i.e. one does not "sat" their purse down; one "sets" their purse down) giving the impression this is a debut effort, but it is not. There are many, many authors publishing many, many books in every genre every year. If an author cannot correct English grammar and correct mistaken or often misused words, then they push readers like me away.

I received this book free of charge as a Kindle Daily Deal. I purchased the whisper sync audio version at a reduced price and this weakly written book is enough for me to turn my preciously too-few hours of reading time away from any other books by this author.

If you are reading this review and are interested in chick-lit paranormal with a touch of romance, I wouldn't recommend this series. If you are, indeed, interested in ghostly paranormal chick-lit with some romance and some suspense, give the first book in Deanna Chase's Jade Calhoun series a shot.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Good start 10 juin 2016
Par Kindle Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
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read the novels of Rose Pressey when I am looking for something to make me feel good that is quirky and light. The characters are always fun and seem almost to good to be true. This is no exception and has just given me another heroine to root for. The characters each have a life and point of view that is unique and makes it easy to identify them. The story has an interesting angle that I have never seen before, famous ghosts, which can give a light-hearted look into the past. Things could get a little repetitive at times with them giving the same description of an event over and over, but that does not take anything away.

Larue Donavan can see and speak to ghosts, this is a talent that does not however make enough money to support herself on. Larue is also the owner and operator of the Book Nook, a bookstore that does decent business in her small southern town. She spends a great deal of time with her best friend Mindy who knows she sees ghosts and thinks its pretty cool. The only thing missing in her life is love and that may change with the arrival of Callahan Weiss who opens a coffee shop, Full Cup, right next door to her and is a very attractive man.

The only fly in the ointment is Brianna, a man eater who has also set her sights on Callahan and usually gets what she wants. Larue does not feel she can compete and when it seems that Callahan has fallen for Brianna and her slutty ways she decides to give up, that is until her ghostly friends push her to try harder. Things are not what they seem and Larue will have to do things she never would have to make them right again.

I liked Larue from the beginning but she seemed a little dense a good deal of the time. I liked the the other characters as well, especially the ghosts who were a hoot with some of their antics. The story was sweet with a little suspense thrown in. I think that Rose Pressey fans will definitely like it.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Interesting read 17 octobre 2014
Par K. April Holgate - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This was a very interesting read. I would also like to say it highlights my point about finding the right narrator for the audiobook. This book has some dialogue that can seem juvenile if not presented properly. The narration was performed in a mature manner and helped elevate the book. I read another series with similar dialogue but with a very youthful narrator, that was unsuccessful all around. This is why it is crucial to have the right combination of story and read for the audio. It really can make it or break it.

I generally enjoyed the concept, I am usually a sucker for the ghost themes. This one has some fun turns, President Lincoln is a real hoot! I was also intrigued by the other spirits she encounters. I wish more of the book were about the ghost hunting and helping, less about the moping around because of a guy.

Larue is a great character, most of the time. She does see a bit immature at times. I love her banter with her BFF Mindy, although they are a little slow on the uptake. I would have loved to see more hi-jinks from them. Mostly it was a case of tell about events after rather than showing them while they are happening.

The whole book is from Larue's POV, which limits things a bit. I under stand why we can not get some of the other characters, I just wish there were more narrative insights.

This is a pretty light romance, and bedroom free, totally clean. I expect there will be more romance in the next book, this one was mostly angst.

I listened to the audiobook narrated by Elizabeth Klett, who does a fantastic job. She has a great tone that transcends the youthful dialogue. Had she not kept the maturity in her read, this could have been a very different review. Her pace is terrific, just swift enough to keep the story moving when it lagged. Her voices were great, she didn't try to butch it up for the men but she did give them a masculine touch. I will definitely be looking for more of her reads!

Overall, this was a good read and entertaining. The beginning is engaging, the middle lags, and then the end kind of leave you hanging. Not a huge cliff hanger, but definitely not resolved.

Disclosure - I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts, opinions and ratings are my own.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 enjoyable 6 janvier 2013
Par ruffy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
By day, Larue Donavan is a down-to-earth bookstore owner. But by night, she's a world-renowned psychic investigator dedicated to helping lost spirits find peace. Dead people won't leave her alone and Abraham Lincoln thinks he's in charge of her lovelife. Larue can handle ghosts and undead presidents. It's the living who drive her crazy.

When Callahan Weiss moves to town, the handsome newcomer opens a coffee shop right next door. She's smitten from the start, but she's not the only one -- The boutique owner across the street has her eye on Callahan too, and uses witchcraft to fight dirty. When Callahan gets hit by a love spell, Larue will need more than a little help from her ghoul-friends to save the day...

I really enjoyed this book. It is full of likeable characters both dead and alive. I enjoyed it so much that I was lucky enough to be able to get the next 2 in the series.

It was light fun reading without a lot of gore or flaming romance. I hope she keeps this series going.
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