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To Catch a Ghost

by Day Leclaire

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A man, a woman--and a ghost?

"California Beauty Hits Pay Dirt with Family Spook." Famous ghost debunker Zach Kingston despised headline hunters, liars and cheats. And he wasn't about to change his mind simply because this lastest con artist was drop-dead georgeous.

Rachel Avery, the "con artist" in question, wasn't too keen on Mr. Facts and Figures Kingston, either. After all, her family ghost did exist. And no nasty, rotten--surprisingly handsome--cynic could prove otherwise.

Admittedly, there was this inconvenient chemistry between them. But Zach's suggestion that she was trying to seduce him into not debunking her ghost was outrageous! If Zach wasn't careful, she'd debunk him. And she'd have help. The family ghost!
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