From USA Today Bestselling author Jennifer Fischetto comes a hauntingly humorous short Christmas tale...
While Gianna Mancini longs for a cozy family Christmas back home, this year her cousin, Claudia, is getting married, and Gianna is the maid of honor. Having to spend the holiday in another state may have Gianna a bit blue, but when Claudia runs off the night before her nuptials, Gianna is determined to find her.
To complicate things Gianna has a rare gift...she sees dead people. Reluctantly teaming up with gorgeous, P.I. Julian Reed, and her cranky dead Aunt Stella, Gianna sets out to catch her runaway bride cousin, find the sender of a cryptic love note, and track down a list of Claudia's ex-boyfriend—the "ghosts" of her love life past, present, and possibly future.
**This is a short story of approximately 12,000 words/25pages**
Note: This work was previously published under the title A Christmas Ghost & Zero Regrets.
Gianna Mancini Mysteries:
Lipstick, Lies & Dead Guys (book #1)
Miniskirts, Mai Tais & Dead Guys (book #2)
Christmas, Spies & Dead Guys (holiday short story)
Cupcakes, Butterflies & Dead Guys (book #3)
What critics are saying about Jennifer's books:
"It grabbed me by the hand and pulled me in, not letting go until the very last page. Highly recommended."
~ Melody's Bookshelf on "Unbreakable Bond"
"Weaves mystery with laughs (and a few tears). This delightful tale is a definite read! I would read it again as well as the rest of the series."
~ Should You Read This Book? Review Blog, on "Secret Bond"
"The characters are always so well written. They feel like they could pop off the page. I can’t wait for the next book in the series!"
~ Wakela's World on "Secret Bond"
"I approached this book with the idea that it would be the light reading many of us look forward to enjoying in the summer. It turned out to be more than that and I couldn't put it down."
~ The Birch Bark on "Secret Bond"
About the Author
Jennifer Fischetto is the USA Today Bestselling Author of the Jamie Bond Mysteries. Unbreakable Bond, her adult debut novel, has received a National Reader's Choice award nomination. She writes dead bodies for ages 13 to six-feet-under. When not writing, she enjoys reading, cooking, singing (off-key), and watching an obscene amount of TV. She also adores trees, thunderstorms, and horror movies—the scarier the better. She lives in Western Mass with her family and is currently working on her next project.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Really! This short stort gave me smiles and lols... Beautifully written and perfect! 5 stars ?????
A little goofy seeing and talking to a dead person
I loved it! Short story, but kept my attention...is there another book that will tell what happens to Gi next?