Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Wolf Creek Ghosts by Jo Ellen

Title:Wolf Creek Ghosts
Series: Texas Pack, 3
Author:Jo Ellen
Publisher:Jo Ellen
Genre and Pairing:Paranormal and M/F
PageCount:124 pages
Reviewer Name: Luna
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Publisher Blurb

Devlin meets his mate near his home when her car breaks down. He knows instantly she is his mate, but he has some concerns. She talks to imaginary people.

Olivia enjoys nice clothes, manicures, and helping ghosts that are lost or lonely. Talking to dead people is commonplace for her. Meeting a man claiming to be her mate and a werewolf blows her mind.

They will work together to send an evil ghost on to the fate that awaits his darkened soul.

If you are looking for a story with laughter interspersed with sexy times then Wolf Creek Ghosts by Jo Ellen is the book to pick up.  It is third in the Texas Pack series and while characters from previous stories make an appearance it can be read as a standalone.
You will fall in love with Olivia as much as I did.  She sees dead people, I mean she really does, and the best part is she has conversations with them, out loud.  Trying to watch her cover up when she forgets others not only can’t see the ghosts but also can’t hear them was worth quite a few giggles.  She was such a girly girl and according to Devlin a few screws short of a full load, but I loved that Ms. Ellen made her strong willed and courageous.  She was used to people thinking poorly of her and while she wasn’t completely comfortable within her own skin, she was comfortable being a work in process.  I loved that Ms. Ellen lead her to a town where she wasn’t the strangest thing walking within the town limits.  Ms. Ellenbrought back two kick-ass female characters who understood what it meant to be different and both were willing to share their knowledge and friendship.  Devlin was equally compelling.  His mate was crazy but he didn’t care.  He would love her and care for her to the best of his ability.  I loved that Ms. Ellen allowed Devlin to fall even as she didn’t leave Olivia out on that ledge by herself.  Devlin quickly learned that things were not as they appeared and he rolled pretty well with the punches.  I laughed, I cried and I thoroughly enjoyed the ride.  I am sure that once you pick up Ms. Ellen’s story you will too!

                                  Five Shooting Stars 

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