"Ghost Hunter" by Jayne Castle

Ghost Hunter (Ghost Hunters Series #3)
Title: Ghost Hunter (Ghost Hunters, Book 3)
Jayne Castle
Publisher:  Jove (February 24, 2004)
Rating: 5 stars
Source: Bought

If Elly St. Clair knew she was going to need Cooper Boone's help, she might have been nicer when she broke up with him. Instead, furious that Cooper had not only been involved in a duel over her but for all the wrong reasons, Elly gave Cooper back his ring, told him in no uncertain terms they were through, and left Aurora Springs for Cadence City. Then, when her good friend and neighbor Bertha Newell mysteriously disappears in the catacombs, Elly reluctantly admits that she needs the services of a hunter like Cooper. Fortunately, Cooper just happens to be in town, and he offers to help find Bertha. What Elly doesn't know is that Cooper never considered their engagement to be officially terminated.

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My Thoughts

Jumping once again into this fantastic world of Ghost Hunter’s and dust bunnies I was not disappointed.

The action was plentiful and the romance steamy, the perfect blend for a fantastic paranormal read.

Cooper has to be my favorite Ghost Hunter of all time. At first he seems like the strong silent type, but I soon realized that he had a mischievous streak a mile wild. I really liked Cooper and think he is a great match for Elly.

Elly is tired of Ghost Hunter’s and their barbaric ways, but she soon finds that not all Ghost Hunter’s are as they seem. Elly is very stubborn, opinionated, and very kind making her the perfect match for Cooper. I really liked Elly as a character and felt she had a very interesting and fun personality making reading about her all the more enjoyable.