Ghost of a Chance by Angie Fox – Review @AngieFoxauthor

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Ghost of a Chance by Angie Fox – Review @AngieFoxauthorGhost of a Chance on January 4, 2016
Pages: 40
Format: eARC
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'Tis the season...for ghosts. Verity Long has come to terms with the fact that she can see spirits, and talk to them, and...she's actually making cookies for one of them. But she's drawing the line at any more ghost hunting or mystery solving. Until a dear friend needs help locating a missing antique at the party of the year. Not one to leave a friend in need, Verity straps on her sparkly heels and sneaks in to see what she can find—only to uncover a startling secret that will change everything.


Verity communicates with ghosts. Matthew Jackson, a Civil War era ghost, asks her to do a favor for him – somehow retrieve the family heirloom necklace his mother promised he could have for his bride. He feels he cannot enter his family home, since his mother disowned him when he joined the Union army. Now, in the after-life, Matthew has met someone and wants to ask for her hand – but he needs the necklace to do so. Verity needs help from Frankie (the ghost she’s stuck with) to be able to see the spirits at the Jackson home and try to get the necklace.

This was a light, fun read with a bit of a holiday tone to it. The Jacksons are throwing their annual Christmas party, and Verity offers to waitress it for her friend who is catering. This gets her into the house, but she’s not sure what will happen once she is in there. I enjoyed the story. I read it in one sitting and it was a quick, easy read. If you enjoy this series, then you will definitely enjoy this fun installment.

Rating Report
Overall: four-stars


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