Ghosts Gone Wild by Danielle Garrett

May 3rd, 2019 Kimberly Review 21 Comments

3rd May
Ghosts Gone Wild by Danielle Garrett
Ghosts Gone Wild
by Danielle Garrett
Series: Beechwood Harbor Ghost Mystery #2
Narrator: Amanda Ronconi
Length: 5 hours and 58 minutes
Genres: Paranormal, Cozy Mystery
Source: Publisher
Purchase: Amazon | Audible
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Narration: 4.5 cups Speed: 1.3x

There’s never a good time for a ghost crisis.

However, it's particularly inconvenient while I'm trying to tackle my first wedding season. Between twelve hour days, an assistant with a case of butter fingers (not the chocolate kind), and the flood of tourists in town, I’m struggling to keep a grip on my sanity.

All I want is three months of peace from the spirit world.

But when local ghosts start going missing, I have to do something.

After all, it’s not like they go to the Hamptons.

Missing ghosts, a posthumously alimony-hungry divorcee, and a raging bridezilla. Yup, my bingo card is officially full. Can I get a prize and go home now?

MURDERMYSTERY paranormal ROMANCE Small-town

In Ghosts Gone Wild by Danielle Garrett, Scarlett has her hands full with a booming floral business, ghostly squabbles and not one but two mysteries.

This is the second audio in the Beechwood Harbor Ghost Mystery series and I am loving everything this cozy, paranormal mystery series has to offer.

Wedding season is in full swing. Unfortunately her first wedding comes with Kimberly, the bride from hell. First time I’ve read a book with a character bearing my name and she’s a bitch. Why? Lucas, the love interest from book one, a security specialist, is coming for a visit and Scarlett’s ghostly companion, a Victorian era gentlemen is all sixes and sevens because local gossip diva and fellow ghost Gwen, has a new love interest. It’s enough to make a certain young florist pull her hair out…but as we know with Garrett things are going to get worse before they get better.

Kimberly ends up murdered, and a client’s dead wife is haunting Scarlett. If she wants any peace she will need to help them crossover.

I enjoyed the murder-mystery thread and liked that Lucas could assist. The ghosts surrounding Scarlett add to the story and bring both humor and suspense. Flapjack, her ghostly cat companion is snarky. I can picture him rolling his eyes in disgust as events unfold.

As if things aren’t crazy enough, ghosts within the community begin to go missing including Gwen’s new bo. This was a great thread and took a dark turn. It also pushed Scarlett to open a book given to her. I am exciting to see where this takes the series.

Humor, mystery, friendship and a touch of romance made this an enjoyable listen. Amanda Ronconi narrates and does a splendid job with character voices and pacing as she captures the tone of the tale.

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At just under six hours, Ghosts Gone Wild, is the perfect listen for a day-trip or your weekly commute. While the cases wrap up, the novels are best listened to in the order of their release.

About Danielle Garrett

Danielle Garrett

From a young age, Danielle Garrett was obsessed with fantastic places and the stories set in them. As a lifelong bookworm, she’s gone on hundreds of adventures through the eyes of wizards, princesses, elves, and some rather wonderful everyday people as well. Danielle now lives in Oregon and while she travels as often as possible, she wouldn’t call anywhere else home. She shares her life with her husband and their house full of animals, and when not writing, spends her time being a house servant for three extremely spoiled cats.

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Kimberly is a coffee loving book addict who reads and listens to fictional stories in all genres. She's a self-professed Whovian, as well as a Supernatural, and Sherlock Holmes junkie, She enjoys sharing books, tips, recipes and hosting the Sunday Post. The coffee is always on and she is ready to chat...Twitter | Facebook | Instagram

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21 Responses to “Ghosts Gone Wild by Danielle Garrett”

  1. Jen

    I too really enjoyed this one. I love the bonds forming between Scarlet, her ghostly friends, and Lucas. I like that he’s not running away from her “crazy.” And the ending – I look forward to finding out what it all means!

  2. Angie Elle

    Ha! It is slightly offensive when a character with your name isn’t very nice. This series looks like a lot of fun. The cover alone would make me want to pick it up. It’s nice to know you enjoyed it!

    Great review

  3. Carla

    Nice review Kimberly. It sounds like it is a lot of fun and not too long either.

  4. Lily B

    I enjoy paranormal, ghosts mysterious 😀 I think this one sounds like a lot of fun

  5. Anne - Books of My Heart

    I really enjoyed this one also. Wonderful review! Sometimes it feels like the progress and revelations for Scarlet always happen at the very end, sort of like a reflection after the mystery / drama has ended.

    Anne - Books of My Heart recently posted: Time by Penny Reid
  6. Lindy@ A Bookish Escape

    LOL about the “bride from hell” having your name! I like that the ghosts add to the murder mystery by helping to solve it and bring humor and suspense. Flapjack sure does sound like a fun character!

  7. Tracy Terry

    How cute is the ghost on the front of this cover? So cute I just now it would be a fun read that I’d enjoy.

    Tracy Terry recently posted: OUTREMER.