Sunday, June 24, 2018


Title: Ghostly Distress
Series: A Harper Harlow Mystery #9
Author: Lily Harper Hart
Rating: 

Halloween is right around the corner and Harper Harlow should be at her happiest. She's officially moving in with her boyfriend Jared Monroe, after all, and into a house that's right across the street so she won't be separated from her best friend. 
All should be well - and it is - until one of Harper's customers stumbles across a dead body in the cemetery during a tour one night. 
The woman, a local who worked at the bank, was last seen at a rather infamous party and her movements before and after that are murky. She has ties to a lot of people, and not all of them are upstanding citizens. 
Even though she's tired due to the busy season, Harper is determined to get answers. Jared would prefer her taking a break from her investigative activities but turning her back on a soul in need isn't in Harper's nature. She's determined to find the truth and Jared promises to keep her safe while she does it. 
Whisper Cove is hopping place right now and suspects are around every corner. Harper will have to dig deep if she wants answers … and constantly look over her shoulder to make sure death hasn't picked out another customer. 
When the truth comes out, Harper will learn a hard lesson about life and death. Not everything is as it appears, you see, and sometimes a sad truth is worse than a convenient lie.

    

Harper and her boyfriend are moving in together, and things are getting a little crazy. They are trying to get their house together, but Zander keeps butting in, on top of that they have to deal with a new murder that has happened, with new ghosts popping up as well. Harper and her friends will have to do what they can to figure this out before something worse happens. 

This book was okay. It had an interesting story line, although it felt sort of line it has been done before in previous books. But the thing that really turned me off of this one was Zander. He is getting on my nerves. He acts like a spoiled rotten brat, and it is beyond annoying since he is an adult. 

Other than that, I enjoyed Harper and Jared together, and I'm looking forward to them moving on in there lives. 
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