Southern Spirits by Angie Fox (Book Review)

When out of work graphic designer Verity Long accidentally traps a ghost on her property, she’s saddled with more than a supernatural sidekick—she gains the ability see spirits. It leads to an offer she can’t refuse from the town’s bad boy, the brother of her ex and the last man she should ever partner with.

Ellis Wyatt is in possession of a stunning old property haunted by some of Sugarland Tennessee’s finest former citizens. Only some of them are growing restless—and destructive. He hires Verity to banish the troublemakers for good. But Verity discovers there’s more to the mysterious estate than floating specters, secret passageways, and hidden rooms.

There’s a modern day mystery afoot, one that hinges on a decades-old murder. Verity isn’t above questioning the living, or the dead. But can she discover the truth before the killer finds her?

What I like about Angie’s books is the brilliant way she includes comedy in each of her stories. Her plots are irregular – which is a very good thing in my opinion. 
No one wants to read a new book/series which appears to be “done” about a thousand times. 
Her characters are not of the norm and, in this case, way – way – way out of the norm. 
I mean, how many of us can say we read about a lady who owns a skunk as a pet and has a (sort of) friend who happens to be a gangster and a ghost?
Yeah, I thought that was pretty damn wicked cool too. 
I think you’ll enjoy this read. That is if you like ghosts, poltergeists, hauntings….and a bit of a blooming romance with a hot cop. *winks*
Heart Rating System:
1 (lowest) and 5 (highest) 
Score: ❤❤❤❤
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Coming Feb 18, 2015!
Verity Long doesn’t want to see ghosts, and she’d rather not let anyone know her little secret, either. But when a restless spirit stirs up trouble in her friend’s vintage shop, Verity and her very new, very dead gangster friend are the only ones who can solve a decades old mystery.

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