Missing in Michigan by April A Taylor

Missing in Michigan by April A Taylor
Alexa Bentley Paranormal Mysteries Book One
Publisher: Midnight Grasshopper Books
Genre: Contemporary, Historical, Paranormal, Suspense/Mystery
Length: Full length (174 pages)
Heat Level Sweet
Rating: 5 stars
Reviewed by Orchid
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Is she a medium? A psychic? Alexa Bentley only knows one thing for certain; she can talk to ghosts. And sometimes, they take her advice. Missing in Michigan is ideal for fans of the Sookie Stackhouse Southern Mysteries, quirky female characters, and the Paranormal Mystery/Supernatural Suspense genre. This exciting, funny new series will keep you guessing!

Alexa’s unusual ghost therapy skills take her to a remote corner of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. But this case is much trickier than anything else she’s ever encountered. A grieving ghost, several missing teens, and a supernatural creature from Native American folklore stand in her path. Along the way, she manages a bit of romance and lots of witty humor.

Alexa (Alex) Bentley is the type of main character I love. Determination sees her through, even when obstacles get in her way. Her attitude is light hearted, but she takes a serious approach to her business. What is her business? She’s a ghost therapist, and a very good one too. Don’t tell anyone though as people tend to look at her with skepticism when she admits what she does. Her present case means she has to become part detective before her ghost will pass over.

The plot grabbed me and made me want to read on, while the light heartedness made the story even more enjoyable. What helped to keep my interest was I couldn’t work out the solution to the mystery. There were hints but not enough to make me positive I’d solved where all the lost boys were going. Add to this a little bit of romance which was more Alex’s fluttering heart than anything else, and you have a very good book.

This is a book I would be quite happy to read a second time.

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