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Of Ghosts and Geeks by Molly Ringle
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Of Ghosts and Geeks

by Molly Ringle

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Reviewed by Robin
ebook provided by Wild Rose Press

Of Ghosts and Geeks is a very funny book. You have Violetta a very annoying ghost that makes you laugh at what she ask of Gwen. Then you throw in Paul Chang who is more than willing to go along with Violetta’s requests, no questions asked. And you get a couple who end up falling in love with the help of an interfering ghost.

Gwen Walberg, an English Lit Professor, finds a priceless book for rock bottom price. A steal it is. Gwen can’t wait to get it home and look at her find. She calls up a few dealers only to find that it is indeed authentic. There is only one small problem; the book comes with its own ghost.

Violetta may be an annoying ghost at first but you can’t help but laugh at what she wants Gwen to do along with the fact you fall in love with her and wish that you might have had her to help you find your soul mate.

Gwen in all her geekiness finds that Paul is just as geeky in his own odd way and they are a good mix. They just seem to take things in stride and find that they really are attracted to each other.

When the voyeurism of the ghost starts to get out of hand Paul remembers Gwen’s quirky uncle who is into the paranormal and asks for his assistance in help with the ghost.

Ms. Ringle tells the story in such a quirky way that she makes all the characters loveable and you can’t help but laugh at this enjoyable story. ( )
  RtB | Jan 8, 2012 |
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