Welcome to the Paranormal Talent Agency!
When empath Catherine Rodham moves across the country to launch the West Coast arm of the Peterson Talent Agency in Las Vegas, her plan goes awry when an actress on a film she helped cast turns up murdered, leaving law enforcement stumped.
Alex Moore, a Sin City actor with a secret, wants agency representation from Catherine – and maybe something more. But everything changes after he finds himself the target of a murder investigation.
When the two team together to solve the serial murders, Alex introduces Catherine to a paranormal underworld she never knew existed. Can Catherine prove Alex’s innocence before losing her heart…or her life?
Short & Sweet Paranormal Romance with Supernatural Suspense
This is the first book in the Paranormal Talent Agency series. Much like on television, each episode contains a complete sweet paranormal romance and supernatural murder mystery. But the crossover characters and hints of a larger story suggest reading these in order.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Lights, Camera, Action by Heather Silvio a four-star read you won’t want to end. This is the first novel in the Paranormal Talent Agency series, and I am eagerly awaiting number two, this was a fun, drama filled paranormal romp. Set among the back drop of Las Vegas it will keep you hooked trying to figure out the culprit, with enough to keep you really guessing but not enough that you get lost. This is short and sweet and has a great storyline, if you like the genre then you wont go wrong with this one.
Lights, Camera, Action (Paranormal Talent Agency Book 1) by Heather Silvio 5 Stars So I am a self proclaimed non paranormal reader, but lately it seems I’m reading more and more of this genre and some are ok, and some are completely awesome...like this one. This was so much fun to read, it felt like a mixture of many different things and rom com kept coming to mind, which is one of my favorite genres. I loved this storyline, and it was told perfectly for it being such a quick read, it never felt rushed or felt like it skipped around too much. The character building was just enough and I fell in love with both Alex and Catherine and loved to dislike a few others, and I have a lot of questions about a couple of them...This was somewhat of a suspense and it was fun trying to solve the case...which does not seem solved at all in my opinion, it seemed way too easy and I can't get out of my head how Alex convinced the police in his way that everything was as it seemed, and I love how this is moving into another book. There is a background story going on that I'm thinking will continue through this series and I can not wait!! This author is brand new to me and she has quickly moved to my one click list because her writing is completely aligned with what I love about reading. Loved Loved Loved It!!
Lights, Camera, Action (Paranormal Talent Agency #1) by Heather Silvio was a fun, quick, light hearted read, that had me hooked from start to finish. My first read by this author and for this series, I fell right into this story and have place this author and series on my watch list. A fast read this book clocks in at 154 pages. So it's a perfect if you have little time, are travelling, or if you simply love to read. This book though moved quickly, was well structured and was written in such as way, where you didn't notice that it wasn't a full length novel. That shows true talent and dedication to the craft. I had such a wonderful time reading this book. My only complaint is that there is this little tidbit about Catherine's mother that wasn't fully explored, and it did make me feel like I missed something. The story is told in Catherine's POV, so the situation should have been explained somehow, before the end of the book. I am hoping it pops up in the other books in the series. Catherine was a solid strong character, and I liked her well enough. She was bright bubbly and straightforward. There wasn't much character development, but I chalked that up to this being on the short side of the story department. Alex was out of this world hot, and as over done as that is, I wasn't overly bother by his god like looks. Giving what he is, I let it slide. I don't have much to say, as he didn't have that much good screen time. I think if there was a split POV, with his side, it would have made me more connected to him. From what I got, he wasn't a bad guy, and well, to be honest, he was pure fanservice. Overall this book is a super fun, light hearted read, and I look forward to reading the other books in this series. So please take my super high recommendation and my stamp of approval, that you will be enchanted by this fast moving, heart melty read. Happy Reading -E.A. Walsh