Rings On Her Fingers (Psychic Seasons: A Cozy Romantic Mystery Series) (Volume 1)

Julie Hayward was looking forward to a better year. Newly engaged with a photography career just starting to take off, her life is almost comfortable. The only thing she lacks is enough money to repair the family home. But, when her best friend, Gustavia, drags her to a visit with a psychic thinking it will be a fun engagement gift, things get really crazy. A ghostly encounter provides a cryptic clue to the location of the lost family fortune and a warning that her fiance is not what he seems. Launched on a wild adventure, Julie must learn to listen to her heart and her intuition to solve the mystery. Journalist, Tyler Kingsley gets drawn into the search. What red-blooded male could resist a treasure hunt? The idea gets his blood pumping and so does Julie. When he realizes that her fiance might be dangerous, he decides to protect her at any cost, even if he loses his heart.

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3 Comments

  1. I loved it. I liked all the characters I loved it. I liked all the characters… I found it to be a fun read and do recommend if if you like psychics and the paranormal. This is NOT a standalone story. I have already downloaded the other books in series and am looking forward to reading the rest of the series and I really really hope the author doesn’t stop with just the 4 books (of which, only 3 are published right now) for which there seems to be an overall story line. 4 separate romances and one overall mystery…love it!

  2. English Teach, not a Grammar Guru I enjoyed this story and loved the lead characters by the end of the story. Maybe I got the edited version, but did not see the grammatical errors the other reviewers were talking about. I usually read for content and not correctness. The grammar has to be horrid and stop my reading before I notice it. It was fun to read. I did not like it well enough to buy the next book. I am on a budget and extremely picky about how I spend it though.

  3. Delightful ‘Clean’ Mystery This book was a pleasant surprise. It has likeable, quirky characters and interesting ghosts. This is the first book of a series. I plan to read them all.

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