Keep Me Ghosted

Keep Me Ghosted

by Karen Cantwell


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Keep Me Ghosted by Karen Cantwell

Ghosts. Do you Believe?
Sophie Rhodes doesn't have a choice. She's surrounded by them.
Desperate to pay the bills, 29-year-old Sophie ignores the advice of her stuffy spirit-friend, Marmaduke Dodsworth, and takes a job with the handsome Dr. Callahan, an optometrist with a desperate situation of his own. The good doctor's problem? He has a spirit-friend as well: one with a fiery crush and a vicious jealous streak. When chemistry starts to brew between Sophie and Dr. Callahan, his green-eyed ghost wreaks some bad-tempered havoc, scaring away his patients and putting Sophie on edge. Will Sophie give up the ghost and quit the new job, or buck up and find a way to rid Dr. Callahan of his pesky specter, freeing their romance to find a life of its own?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780989686150
Publisher: Boundless
Publication date: 10/09/2013
Pages: 226
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.52(d)

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Keep Me Ghosted 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Sophie Rhodes is on her way! This is the first book of a new series. Keep Me Ghosted is fun, entertaining, and well-written. If you're looking for a book to just take you away, consider this upbeat, enjoyable story. Did I say this book is fun? Even if I did, it bears repeating: this book is FUN!
Linda__ More than 1 year ago
Keep Me Ghosted is the first in what I hope will be a long series about Sophie and Cal.....and Marmi.  Whether you believe in ghosts or not, you will love this engaging, sweet, and funny book.  A delightful and entertaining story that will make you smile.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Totally enjoyed this book even though I didn't think I would.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
STORY is about a very clingy female ghost attached teal and Sophie and Marni come to work with Cal. Did I say that this a jealous female clinging ghost. Read this book ! You don't have to believe in ghosts but is a good read
Lovz-Books More than 1 year ago
Sophie Rhodes has a spirit friend A.K.A. a ghost on her shoulder. She goes to a job interview and realizes her new boss has one too. So they both have ghosts? Initially, I thought this was a lame concept. Talking to ghosts? C’mon! Although it would be cool to walk through walls. I thought Sophie was more of a psychic. Was she? And why was it that she and Dr. Callahan can see and talk to ghosts? I honestly expected more of a psychic mystery. Well, Sophie’s no psychic, but there’s definitely a mystery with Callahan, his ghost, and his office. Marmaduke (Sophie’s ghost) is a haughty British gentlemen that talks too much; Moonflower (Dr. Callahan’s ghost) doesn’t like Sophie or the potential romance brewing between her and the good doctor. She is the “dark phantom” that can wreck a room with her spirit energy. With the help of her spirit guide and a spirit medium, Sophie will crack the case. An okay read with a somewhat alluring mystery.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Entertaining, fun story!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Fun ghost story and romance. Really liked some of the ghosts. The witchcraft reference, as mentioned below, is not done any more seriously than the ghosts. Its fun, funny, lighthearted. I recommend it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
As a psychic and a medium, I found this a very entertaining book. The ghostly shanigans are a little over the top, but I enjoyed it. The characters-even the spirits- had engaging personalities (except Moonflower, but she had a reason). I very much enjoyed this book, and I really feel you will too.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I used to love Karen Cantwell's books. Until this one. And I loved it until about a third of the way through. Then I discovered the dreadful problem at the heart of the ghosting — witchcraft and witches. Imagine if the culprits had been muslims and islam. We didn't even get the courtesy of a capital letter to delineate our religion and ourselves. It's a real shame, too, because Cantwell does lighthearted writing so well. I am lucky, however, that there are enough other authors out there to read.