Friday, October 31, 2014

Her Ghost Wears Kilts Book Review


 
Title: Her Ghost Wears Kilts
Author: Kathleen Shaputis
Publisher: Crimson Romance
Pages: 240
Genre: Romantic Comedy Paranormal
Format: Paperback/Kindle

Synopsis:
“He’s… he’s trying to warn you… ” Baillie pulled her hands from the psychic wiping out the meat-locker cold. 
Baillie thought life content, successful in the Pacific Northwest until her bookshop became haunted. Murder, mayhem and maleficent merriment create a perfect tempest for Baillie between her bookstore in Olympia and the highlands of Scotland. Drag queens, divas and ghosts, conjure up a delicious adventure until jealousy and abandonment throw Baillie into the fight of her life.  
My Review:
 
It took me awhile to get into this story, I believe close to the end of the first chapter, but once I did, I really enjoyed the story. I loved reading how Baillie kept denying the existence of a ghost and kept thinking she had a draft in the place until the medium told her that she did indeed have a ghost and it wasn't her Aunt Fran like she thought, it was a man from Scotland and he is very handsome!
 
She still really doesn't believe it really until one day a letter arrives saying she has inherited a castle! But, little does she know the history of that castle and it's occupants. That is what the ghost was trying to warn her against. Something is wrong there. Very wrong.
 
If you love a good mystery, loads of laughs and some romance mixed in, then you will fall in love with this book.
 
Happy Reading!
About the Author:
 
Kathleen Shaputis, author/ghostwriter, lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband, Bob, and a variety of four-footed loves. Curling up with an icy Diet Coke, writing romantic comedies is her ultimate paradise when not at her day job or invaded by grandchildren.
 
Disclaimer: Mary Bearden personally reviewed these products. I did not receive any monetary compensation for my review, just a sample product. All opinions are mine and belong to me solely. My thoughts and opinions may differ from you. 

5 comments:

MikiHope said...

Actually this sounds like my kind of book! Every once in a while I really need a book that makes ne laugh or at least chuckle a bit--on my TBR list!

Kathleen Shaputis said...

Thank you for adding my title to your list. I'm working on a sequel because the characters won't give up. They want more fun and craziness.

Kathleen Shaputis said...

Love the review, thank you for my trick or treat delight.

diane said...

Thanks for the review, this is going on my TBR list. I love mysteries and paranormal books, added comedy is refreshing change.

Kathleen Shaputis said...

So glad to hear, Diane! Let me know when you get a chance to read it.