Sunday, October 2, 2011

Haunted on Bourbon Street by Deanna Chase - A Review

Haunted on Bourbon Street: A Jade Calhoun NovelHaunted on Bourbon Street: A Jade Calhoun Novel by Deanna Chase
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

In Haunted on Bourbon Street, Deanna Chase spins a very "edge of your seat" supernatural thriller with a little romance thrown in for good measure.

This novel has plenty supernatural aspects....empaths, witches, low-level angels, and of course....ghosts...and plenty of them. Jade, the artistic empath is the main character in the book. She is an empath and right away upon moving to her new home in the French Quarter in Louisiana, she manages to get a ghost to attach himself to her...without her knowledge, of course. She begins to have very sensual dreams that include a man, she has dubbed as "Mr. Sexy", and it turns out he is a ghost.

Jade is very attracted to her landlord, who is also the owner of the strip club next door to the coffee shop where she works for Pyper. The ghost that has attached himself to Jade is becoming increasingly jealous of the attentions that Jade is receiving from Kane, her landlord. As the book progresses we find out why. It turns out that Jade isn't the only person haunted by a ghost...Pyper has her own ghost attachment....except that he is an evil ghost and causes her much pain and anguish.

This is the first book in this series and I, personally, cannot wait until the next book comes out....I will definitely be sure to read it....I can't wait!

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1 comment:

J.C. Martin said...

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