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Ghost Gone Wild by Danielle Garrett
Narrator: Amanda Ronconi
Series: Beechwood Harbor Ghost Mystery #2
Published by Tantor Audio on April 9, 2019
Genres: Cozy Mystery, Paranormal
Length: 5 hours, 58 minutes
Amazon, Audible, Audiobook
However, it's particularly inconvenient while I'm trying to tackle my first wedding season. Between twelve hour days, an assistant with a case of butter fingers (not the chocolate kind), and the flood of tourists in town, I’m struggling to keep a grip on my sanity.
All I want is three months of peace from the spirit world.
But when local ghosts start going missing, I have to do something.
After all, it’s not like they go to the Hamptons.
Missing ghosts, a posthumously alimony-hungry divorcee, and a raging bridezilla. Yup, my bingo card is officially full. Can I get a prize and go home now?
I recently reviewed Betwixt which has a variety of novellas set in the town, and is a bridge between Beechwood Harbor Magic Mysteries and the Beechwood Harbor Ghost Mysteries, and introduces Scarlet. Ghost Hunter Next Door is the first in her series. The books of both series are in Kindle Unlimited.
Now we are in the thick of things, as Scarlet is in the busy wedding season for her shop, trying to handle her relationship with Lucas, and deal with some crazy ghost issues. Of course, there’s a murder in the mix also. She has so much happening, it’s no wonder she’s tired, can’t please everyone, and she doesn’t get much support from her ghost friends in this round.
I really enjoyed the personal growth Scarlet had in Ghosts Gone Wild. She was forced to set some boundaries with the ghosts. She also learned some things about having a relationship with Lucas. Most interesting, she has started to learn more about herself and her capabilities, as well as learning more about ghosts also. Next up is When Good Ghosts Get the Blues.
Amanda Ronconi is a well-loved narrator and handles this series well. I listened at my usual 1.5x speed. The voices were distinct for the small number of primary characters, both male and female voices. She certainly nailed the voice of the annoying Kimberly.
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