The Ghost Exterminator

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Samhain Publishing, 2010 - Fiction - 272 pages
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Rebel meets by-the-book businessman. Love doesn't stand a ghost of a chance.

A Karmic Consultants story. Jo Banks has been seeing ghosts since she was six, so normal was never really an option. Embracing the weird and shunning normalcy makes her the top Ghost Exterminator in her region. Then she meets Wyatt Haines, the uptight, materialistic and irritatingly sexy owner of a successful resort chain. Wyatt's new Victorian inn is extremely haunted and the Commando Barbie Ghost Exterminator is just the girl for the job. Except Wyatt doesn't believe in ghosts, or Jo, or anything outside the norm. He'll have to start believing fast, though, because Jo's extermination goes awry and accidentally throws two prankster ghosts into Wyatt's body to haunt him. Every time he falls asleep, the mischievous ghosts take over, turning his perfectly ordered life into chaos. His waking hours are no less chaotic, with his thoughts possessed by Jo's quirky appeal and Playmate physique. Unfortunately, Jo's ghost-exing mojo is on the fritz just when she needs it the most to unhaunt Wyatt and figure out why his inn is swarming with ghosts. Preferably before his spirit is permanently separated from his mouth-watering body. And before her heart is permanently attached to the most sexy, frustrating, normal man she's ever met. Warning: This book contains prankster ghosts, PG bondage, and a not-so-PG trip to the mile-high club.
  

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User Review  - grapeapril75 - LibraryThing

Jo is a chick a$$ chick!! Wyatt is a super serious guy!! Opposites attract in a big way!! I loved the story here and can't wait to see more!! Plenty of steam to keep a gal happy!! Love the stories in this series nice steam factor but it is more about the romance. Read full review

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User Review  - lcrabtree - LibraryThing

This book was right up my street. It had romance, something paranormal, a kick-ass heroine, an attractive male, and was funny in places. My perfect read! I liked the storyline and it's progression; the romance was quirky and realistic. I really liked it. Read full review

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Contents

Nightmare on South Elm Street
6
Commando Barbie Does her Thing
11
When the Ghost Exterminator Says Jump
17
Good Karma
23
The Horrible Haunting of W Haines
27
Oh How the Mighty Have Fallen
32
Tea with Mussolini
37
See Me Feel Me Touch Me Heal Me
42
Haunt Me Baby One More Time
109
Afterglow
114
Over the River Through the Woods
118
Love Means Never Having to Say Untie Me
125
The Family that Cuts Ceremonial Ribbons Together
132
The Road to Hell is Well Paved
136
MileHigh Cuddles
141
Halloween at the Haunted House
148

Vehicular Compensation
46
Tiny Tim the Slut
50
Defunct Mojo
58
Viral Insanity
63
Remote Combat
67
The Bubble Gum Wars
74
Safe in the Bosom of Family
78
Its My Party and Ill Commune with the Dead If I Want To
83
Impromptu Pool Party
88
The Young and the Dead
93
The Plot Thickens
98
Business and Pleasure
103
Badass Showdown
152
Insanity Loves Company
155
Toys in the Attic
159
Trick My Treat
166
MorningAfter Negotiations
173
About the Author
177
Look for these titles by Vivi Andrews
178
The Ghost Shrink the Accidental Gigolo the Poltergeist Accountant
179
All Bottled Up
182
Love haunts
185
Samhain Publishing Ltd
190
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About the author (2010)

Vivi Andrews was born and raised in Alaska, where she spent the long winter nights cultivating a reading addiction. She attended Northwestern University and graduated with a spectacularly useless degree in Theatre and a minor in Mathematic Theory. A nomad by nature, she has lived in nine cities (on two continents and one tropical island) and held over a dozen very odd jobs while honing her skills as a writer. In 2009, she was awarded the Golden Heart by Romance Writers of America(tm). The Ghost Exterminator is her third published title.

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