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The Haunted Fixer-Upper
     

The Haunted Fixer-Upper

4.2 38
by Rose Pressey
 
Alabama Hargrove is headed South to meet the family of her hunky handyman boyfriend, Reed O'Hara. On the way, she stumbles on a grand, old house and catches the renovating bug again. Reed and Alabama buy the house, but when he discovers the lifeless body of the previous owner, Alabama must clear his name before their renovating days are over. This small town has

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The Haunted Fixer-Upper 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 38 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Oh Rose you have done it again!!! A wonderful second book with the impetious Alabama and sweet Reed who just wants to be a bf to Alabama and had a quiet life till she came along!But as the story progressed you can tell she is going to keep him feeling young or kill him in the process ! Cant wait for the next book!Thank you Rose Pressey for the wonderful hours of entertainment!
jjelizalde More than 1 year ago
Second installment in the Alabama Hargrove books. Loads of fun, interesting characters. Always a pleasure to read a Rose Pressey book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Another fantastic story by Rose. I have enjoyed all of her books and this second book about Alabama was another fun and funny story. Highly recommend!
Kuzlin More than 1 year ago
Alabama Hargrove and her boyfriend Reed O'Hara are on their way to Kentucky to visit his family when their truck breaks down on an out-of-the way road. While hiking to his uncle's house, they take a short cut where Alabama sees and falls in love with the local haunted plantation. After some convincing, Reed and Alabama meet with the present owner Gordon and convince him to sell it to them, since he is having difficulty completing his own intended renovations. Weeks later, Gordon requests they meet with him to transfer some additional paperwork to them. However, when they arrive at his office, they find his dead body. Reed quickly becomes a murder suspect, which means Alabama has to switch into investigator mode to rescue her boyfriend. Can she find the murderer before it's too late? Oh, and did I forget to mention that their renovation was again being done to a haunted house! This is a fun series with just enough mystery and paranormal activity to keep your attention. The characters, including her mother and best friend, are quirky and memorable. I am looking forward to the next story in this series.
payton_sage More than 1 year ago
Alabama Hargrove and Reed O’Hara have been dating for about six months.  Reed invited Alabama to his family reunion in Georgia.  About five miles from the reunion Reed’s car breaks down leaving the couple to walk the rest of the way.  As they walked toward the reunion Reed and Alabama discover an old plantation house in desperate need of repairs.  Just when Alabama and Reed get their hooks into a new project they come across another murdered body.  Will the couple survive their haunted fixer-upper or will they die trying? Overall, I liked this novel.  I've read Rose Pressey’s Halloween LaVeau Series and her Larue Donavan series.  Out of the seven books I've read this one has the sloppiest editing.  There are instances where there is a bit redundant in Alabama’s thought pattern.   Which is fine, it doesn't take away from the story.  Alabama was also a bit obsessive over the purchase of the house in the first couple of chapters, but after the murder the story really picked up.   Again, I really liked this story.  It was a fast read with a good plot line.  I look forward to reading more of Rose Pressey books.  I just hope that How to Date a Werewolf, and No Shoes, Now Shirts, No Spells will be available on the nook so I can read both of those series too.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
As w/the first book, lots of errors. Is Lou Reed's Uncle or father? She calls Reed his son even though she says he's Reed's Uncle. Also Reed's cousin's husband worked for the murdered man, & then the cousin is the one working for him. Confusing, but best to just ignore the errors & enjoy the book. I did.
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