Annie Graceland's a baker with a pinch of psychic ability. When stressed, Annie's psychic gift/curse kicks into high gear. She's empathic; feels other people's lusts, urges and desires in her own body. Usually it's simple -- someone's craving chocolate, or lusting after the wrong guy. But since Annie discovered she could see and talk with ghosts, her life became a little more complicated.
It's Christmas season but Annie's not feeling the holiday spirit. The ghost of Dr. Derrick Fuller is still nagging her to help him pass to the Afterlife. Annie’s soon to be ex-husband is pushing for joint custody of her beloved cat. Her BFF takes her shopping at the mall to cheer her up. Instead they get felt up by Santa Claus and harassed by mall employees.
When Annie spots the Sweet Paws table—the animal charity where she met her cat. She flees there for support—only to be guilted into baking hundreds of cupcakes for their holiday fundraiser party—the Furball.
The Event Organizer convinces Annie to play sexy Mrs. Claus at the swanky event. When the same Bad Santa from the mall is murdered at the party, Derrick pesters Annie to track down his killer so he and Santa can pass to the Afterlife.
Can Annie find Bad Santa's killer before she and others are whacked at the Furball? Can she resolve her latest debacle before her boyfriend, hottie Detective Raphael Campillio, finds it odd she keeps showing up at murder scenes? And what about that little dog…
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- Barbara Laupmanis
I could not even get to chapter 3; this book is not meant for adults and it’s not appropriate for children. Do not bother to buy.
- M. Kuretich
Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?
No! Unfortunately the narrators voice was ear wrenching, and monotone.
What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)
What didn’t you like about Kelly Self’s performance?
The tone of her voice drove me to hardly be able to finish the book.
If this book were a movie would you go see it?