Ghost Hunter PDF/EPUB Ê Audio


  • Audio
  • Ghost Hunter
  • Jayne Castle
  • English
  • 24 November 2017
  • 1423308174

10 thoughts on “Ghost Hunter

  1. Jilly Jilly says:

    This series is a pretty decent middle of the road series It s entertaining, but not perfect The world is pretty cool, but sometimes it gets annoying Don t worry, my friends, I will vent explain But, it is worth reading purely for the fact that there are pet dust bunnies that are alive and adorable The first heroine had one named Fuzz, and I fell in love with him, but this heroine, Elly, has a dust bunny pet named Rose and I love her a little bitRose has a thing for jewelry and is al This series is a pretty decent middle of the road series It s entertaining, but not perfect The world is pretty cool, but sometimes it gets annoying Don t worry, my friends, I will vent explain But, it is worth reading purely for the fact that there are pet dust bunnies that are alive and adorable The first heroine had one named Fuzz, and I fell in love with him, but this heroine, Elly, has a dust bunny pet named Rose and I love her a little bitRose has a thing for jewelry and is always borrowing Elly s bracelets to wear as necklaces She s a little bunny princess I seriously need a dust bunnyOkay, so in this book we have Cooper and Elly Cooper is the head of the ghost hunter guild in their town It s like a union, including the corruption In our prologue, Elly dumps Cooper s ass because she realizes he was only going to marry her because of her family s status in the guild He also shows her absolutely no interest And, he starts out as quite the jerk Elly splits and moves away to the big city The book starts 6 months later and is one of those second chances kind of romance things Also, there is a mystery, but it was kind of easy to figure out Seriously, how badly did they run this thing into the ground So, as you ve been told, this book is set on a different planet that humans colonized and is full of psychic energy Everyone has a small amount of psychic power, it is just a question of what kind and how strong They also wear tons of amber in order to strengthen their powers But, here s the annoying thing, the author thought it was cute and funny to include tons of everyday sayings, stories, etc.., but replacing the words with amber For instance, they didn t grow up reading Cinderella, they read Amberella They didn t have the Hardy Boys mysteries, they had the Amber Boys Someone isn t not worth their salt , they are not worth their amber Instead of Goldilocks, it s Amberlocks, etc etc etc You get the point Annoying And, completely unnecessary I mean, they have fireplaces and salt on this planet Why bother with the substitutions Another word that is so over used you will scream is Rez It s short for resonance, which is how they use their psychic stuff But, everything is rez People are rezzed up, and when our hero hears an unfamiliar story, he says it doesn t rez any bells See annoying Very very slowly.In spite of this annoying little quirk, the books are still kind of fun There s the romance and the mystery Plus, the dust bunnies Always those


  2. Bark Bark says:

    I listened to this book on audio Naturally, Ghost Hunter turns out to be a new book that is part of a long running series and I m left feeling confused and clueless right off the bat Aren t there any author s out there in romanceland who can write a decent STANDALONE novel any This is getting ridiculous.Many, many moons ago I did read some of the earlier books in this series Zinnia and Amaryllis I think they were called, and gave up in frustration and utter disappointment They were we I listened to this book on audio Naturally, Ghost Hunter turns out to be a new book that is part of a long running series and I m left feeling confused and clueless right off the bat Aren t there any author s out there in romanceland who can write a decent STANDALONE novel any This is getting ridiculous.Many, many moons ago I did read some of the earlier books in this series Zinnia and Amaryllis I think they were called, and gave up in frustration and utter disappointment They were well reviewed and supposed to be outstanding paranormal futuristic novels but to me they were repetitive, silly and utterly boring And this was before I was a burned out grouch Castle s other world was basically earth peopled with earthlings who had some paranormal talents and used words like coff tea Sadly I am not making this up.This book, Ghost Hunter, is set in the same world only it s part of the sub series referred to as Dust Bunnies by fans It took me awhile to figure out why the book was dedicated to the dust bunnies of the world I figured the author was giving all of us poor shlubs who can t afford a housekeeper because we re too busy buying books a little nudge but it turns out dust bunnies are characters This one features a critter named Rose who, if you ask me, haspersonality than the heroine which isn t saying much considering Rose doesn t speak.The story begins when a young lady named Elly gets ticked off at her fiance whom she believes has been courting her only to improve his own station in life She has high connections via her daddy to some important society and he s a ghost hunter who could move on up in the world with those family ties She s all hot and bothered because he s really hot and never even kissed her or anything and doesn t think he likes her, if you know what I mean It s a bit junior high ish Then there s some talk about a duel that makes her really mad sorry my mind was drifting a lot here and Elly breaks off the engagement Ghost hunting dude GHD for short just sits there like a lovely lump and doesn t say a word to defend himself She leaves town in a huff and several months later realizes she needs GHD s help to search for a friend who has gone missing And, oh the luck, he just happens to be in town GHD agrees to help her because, wow, she looks super hot in her short skirt and he s been holding out hope that she ll change her mind about the marriage Awww, gorgeous, desperate, sweet and dumb as a rock Where are these guys in real life Honestly, I would ve given up on this long ago if I weren t listening to it on audio It s boring and it s reminding me why I ve disliked Krentz novels in the past I liked the dustbunnies but everything else about this romance was blah and forgettable And if I heard Castle s word of the week, Rez , onetime I thought I d lose what s left of my mind Examples he rezzed the lock, he rezzed a ghost, his erection was rezzed and ready to go okay so I might have made up that last one but I think you get the drift


  3. Jacob Proffitt Jacob Proffitt says:

    While enjoyable enough, I didn t like this one quite as much as the second in the series I liked that we have new protagonists rather than trying to stretch Lydia and Emmett out intobooks I suppose that cements this series asromance than sci fi or suspense Just as well, really, as that s the part that draws me personally.The reason I didn t connect as strongly is the main protagonists They both seemed, well, bland, I suppose Well enough for the story, and nice enough that I care While enjoyable enough, I didn t like this one quite as much as the second in the series I liked that we have new protagonists rather than trying to stretch Lydia and Emmett out intobooks I suppose that cements this series asromance than sci fi or suspense Just as well, really, as that s the part that draws me personally.The reason I didn t connect as strongly is the main protagonists They both seemed, well, bland, I suppose Well enough for the story, and nice enough that I cared about their romance, but neither stood out terribly At least not for me Their main problem seemed to be learning to communicate Happily, Castle does a great job showing them learning to overcome that problem Doing so was rather linear, though, so it wasn t as engaging as it might have been.Anyway, this was a solid 3.5 but Castle initiated usage of one of my pet peeves for this one and that sucked it back from any thought of rounding up It s a suspense genre trope to insert viewpoint sections from the bad guys Which is why I generally prefer mysteries when I get a chance This book had a couple sections from the bad guys and I found it as dissatisfying as I ever do I particularly dislike it when they try to disguise the identity of the bad guy That just feels so artificial because it flies in the face of the narrative goal of being in the viewpoint character s head and you can t do that if you re disguising who they are.So yeah, good enough to continue the series I hope the next has stronger protagonists, though.A note about Steamy Mid level, I think I don t remember how many scenes, exactly, but notthan three This is another area where the book felt rather bland


  4. Aly is so frigging bored Aly is so frigging bored says:

    I enjoyed this 2nd chance romance a lot, but I m still getting a bit lost in the terminology The narrator lady was good, but she needs to work a bit on her male voices As in the other books I ve read in the series, the dust bunnies stole the show.


  5. Erin Burns Erin Burns says:

    Still really enjoy the dust bunnies.


  6. Pam Baddeley Pam Baddeley says:

    This is number three in the Harmony series Harmony is a earth colony which was cut off from contact with Earth In the two centuries following, the humans developed psychic powers which were triggered off by the extensive alien ruins which give off psychic energy In this book, a different viewpoint is taken from the previous two, as we switch to a different couple, although Emmett London and Lydia Smith, since married, do make a cameo appearance.Unlike Lydia, Elly St Clair doesn t have a grud This is number three in the Harmony series Harmony is a earth colony which was cut off from contact with Earth In the two centuries following, the humans developed psychic powers which were triggered off by the extensive alien ruins which give off psychic energy In this book, a different viewpoint is taken from the previous two, as we switch to a different couple, although Emmett London and Lydia Smith, since married, do make a cameo appearance.Unlike Lydia, Elly St Clair doesn t have a grudge against the ghost hunter Guilds which act like a cross between a milita, the mob and a union for anyone men mostly who can resonate with the green energy clouds that manifest around the alien ruins and especially in the extensive catacombs under them Ghost hunters provide protection for anyone who excavates legally in the ruins, to search for alien relics The trade in these relics forms a major part of the economy on Harmony Elly doesn t have ghost hunter powers herself, but instead has a psychic affinity with plants which only her family knows about mainly because there are only two recognised major psychic talents, ghost hunting and tangling the ability to resonate with and defuse illusion traps which are also a major hazard of underground exploration and anyone claiming to have different abilities is viewed as mentally unstable.In the prologue, Elly calls off her engagement to Cooper Boone, head of her local town Guild, when she discovers he fought a duel over her with another hunter apparently due to Guild politics Six months later as the story proper begins, she has moved to a city and started a herbal business, utilising her hidden ability to determine psychically which herbs will suit her customers Then a friend called Bertha, a prospector under the ruins, goes missing, and she calls on Cooper s help, having been told by her mother that he has come to the city Bertha has been attacked in the catacombs, and it eventually becomes clear that the person responsible is a sociopath who will murder anyone in his way.As with the other books we have a mystery, a couple who are obviously made for each other but won t admit it or can t communicate Cooper actually loves Elly, but finds it difficult to show his emotions, and Elly is angry and upset that his dream career from childhood was to be a Guild boss when she wants him to love her as she loves him and a cute native animal called a dust bunny who is the heroine s companion This time the dust bunny, Rose, has a penchant for wearing Elly s bracelets The author has obviously decided, from this book onwards, where both main characters have powers a bit different from usual Cooper is a ghost hunter with a difference that her original set up was a bit restrictive, so is starting to make thislike her other series set on another colony planet where the humans develop psychic powers Amaryllis, Zinnia, Orchid In that series, the psychic abilities were very varied Having begun to read the book after this one, it s clear that is now the way this series is going to go Plus a whole new environment has been introduced which I won t explain to avoid spoilers.A fairly decent read though I actually liked Berthathan the protagonists who came over as a bit bland, and would have liked to have seenof her Again, a 3 star rating


  7. J.S. Bailey J.S. Bailey says:

    Don t be fooled by the title You will not find people sitting in old houses trying to make contact with the dead.Ghost Hunter is kind of like a sci fi mystery romance I loved the concept after colonists were stranded on another planet, they had to rebuild society on their own, and 200 years later, they re back up to 21 century level civilization The people read newspapers and have coffee and eggs for breakfast The characters have normal sounding names But there are some cool alien ruins Don t be fooled by the title You will not find people sitting in old houses trying to make contact with the dead.Ghost Hunter is kind of like a sci fi mystery romance I loved the concept after colonists were stranded on another planet, they had to rebuild society on their own, and 200 years later, they re back up to 21 century level civilization The people read newspapers and have coffee and eggs for breakfast The characters have normal sounding names But there are some cool alien ruins and stuff, and cute alien pets called dust bunnies I think I want one This was a very light read My one complaint with the writing itself is that characters have conversations in which they tell each other things that they both already know, presumably for the reader s benefit That would be like my husband and I sitting down for dinner and saying, Yes, Obama is our current president And Bush was the president before him He was president for two terms The information revealed in the dialogue should have been revealed in the narration


  8. Maria Maria says:

    Third in the Harmony series, this book continues with the ghost hunter tradition, this time throwing in new abilities to create a blue ghost Cooper Boone and to resonate with plant life Elly St Clair as well as a new city, Aurora Springs Although most of the book takes place in Cadence and Lydia and Emmett London make an appearance from the first two books in the series , it reads well in its own right Good plot, good characters, good dialogue good Krentz.


  9. Mara Mara says:

    Totally on me She s her usual self, but I couldn t connect in any way with the main couple bland, boring as characters and I never felt that love I was told it was there, but I ve never seen it Yes, some of it was communication, I doubt it was all


  10. Elizabeth Elizabeth says:

    This book should be one of my favorite from this series so far.


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Ghost Hunter❴Ebook❵ ➣ Ghost Hunter Author Jayne Castle – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Where deadly energy ghosts lurk in the ruins of an ancient alien civilizationWhere dust bunnies prove to be loyal petsAnd where a ghost hunter will discover that a woman s heart is the most dangerous Where deadly energy ghosts lurk in the ruins of an ancient alien civilizationWhere dust bunnies prove to be loyal petsAnd where a Ghost Hunter will discover that a woman s heart is the most dangerous adversary of all Local Guild boss and powerful Ghost Hunter Cooper Boone is everything botanist Elly St Clair could ask for the handsome, strong, and silent type Maybe too silent For when Guild secrets threaten her career at the college, Elly has to call off their marriage and leave small town life behind But starting over in the thriving metropolis of Cadence City isn t easy, especially when one of Elly s new friends disappears in the eerie catacombs beneath the streets Cooper turns up just in time to help Elly investigate And as the mystery deepens and dangerous ghost myths and legends come to light, Cooper makes it clear he intends to stick around and this time he s holding nothing back.


About the Author: Jayne Castle

The author of over consecutive New York Times bestsellers, JAYNE ANN KRENTZ writes romantic suspense, often with a psychic and paranormal twist, in three different worlds Contemporary as Jayne Ann Krentz , historical as Amanda Quick and futuristic as Jayne Castle There are over million copies of her books in print She earned a BA in History from the University of California at Santa Cruz and went on to obtain a Masters degree in Library Science from San Jose State University in California Before she began writing full time she worked as a librarian in both academic and corporate librariesMs Krentz is married and lives with her husband, Frank, in Seattle, Washington Pseudonyms Jayne Ann KrentzAmanda QuickStephanie JamesJayne BentleyJayne TaylorAmanda Glass.