Tangible Spirits

Not your run of the mill paranormal romance. The first third of the book was a bit on the slow side but eventually the story got fun, interesting and a little bit suspenseful. I wouldn’t fully place it in either romance or fully paranormal, well yes paranormal but not paranormal romance. Usually in those I feel the love interest to be a paranormal being of some sort. In Tangible Spirits the love interest is definitely blood and bone living. The romance is also not the main focus of the story but a side line.

Some mysteries are solved and some questions still remain. There are things eluded to that aren’t out right stated that really made the end of the story just prickle my brain. Not in a sequel kind of way but in a future of the couple kind of way that let’s you know things will be happily ever after without using the adage outright.

This book, even though it is completely fiction, may even have you  questioning your own beliefs on ghosts, or Tangible spirits. So my little booklings, if you believe or don’t or even want to believe, maybe give Tangible Spirits a read.


Dead is dead. Gera Stapleton does not believe in ghosts.

In the infamous town of Jerome, Arizona, a once-friendly ghost named Mac has reportedly embarked on a petty crime spree, and Gera is there to investigate. Has her journalism career come down to this? How can she accurately report a story on something she does not even believe exists?

Now there has been a murder, and the townspeople are content to blame Mac for this, too. Determined to find the real killer – because there are no such things as ghosts, after all – Gera sets out to unravel the truth.

In a town filled with oddities, Gera encounters a sexy hotel owner, an ornery sheriff, a helpful old woman, and a bad-tempered bartender. The more she digs, the more danger she brings to herself.

After making a startling discovery, Gera questions not only her beliefs, but her very sanity, as well. Is it possible? Could there truly be such a thing as these tangible spirits, after all?


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