Review of ‘Jamis Bachman, Ghost Hunter’ by Jen Jensen
I admit I’m not much of a paranormal / ghost style reader. Not sure why, but it’s just not a genre that I typically read. I’m so glad I picked up this story despite all of that.
Jamis, our main character is burned out. She used to have her own ghost hunting show, but now it’s canceled and she’s stuck facing her own demons more than anything else. After receiving a call for help, she goes on one last paranormal hunt, but this last one’s a doozie!
Jensen created a perfect blend with this story and I could almost feel the ghosts right along with the characters. I loved that Jamis is a messy character, complex, real, and not at all perfect. The rest of the characters are just as rich, from the tech geek Sapphire to the more simple and calming romantic interest, Joanna. Even the ghosts are rich and complex.
The story is fast-paced, well-written, and perfect for those of you who need a little more paranormal in your lives. It doesn’t look like this is going to be a series, since it’s mentioned several times that this is Jamis’ last case, but I could easily see this as a series. Hopefully, Jensen will continue. A very good lesbian paranormal book. 4 stars.
Many thanks to Bold Strokes for providing me with an ARC in exchange for my honest review.
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