With Clare’s health fading, she and her partner—the love of her life—detective Zach Slade, head to Manitou Springs, Colorado, in search of the only healer who can help them: the ghost of Sister Juliana Emmanuel, whose healing s ...more
Five books in and the series has hit its stride. Readers need to read this urban fantasy series in order from the beginning when Claire reluctantly receives her ghost seeing gift and spirit guide dog Enzo and when Zach thinks his career in law enforcement is over from a severe disabili ...more
Unfortunately for Clare, the nun’s ghost is elusive, and the town is teeming with spirits who all want to speak with Clare—newer ones, street kids who've been killed and want their bodies found and their murders avenged.
Now, with the help of ...more
Ghost Maker was another interesting installment in Robin D. Owens’ Ghost Seer series. This time around, Clare, Zach and Enzo had to scurry around to find a way to heal Clare’s supernatural wounds and locate a missing street kid before a killer could get to him.
I really like the world Owens has created for this series and it seems like with each installment the characters–as well as the readers–learn something new. There were a lot of little tidbits of information that Zac ...more
E: Marlene and I have jointly reviewed the previous books in this series since Owens falls on our autobuy list so we decided to join opinions once more.
Marlene: Basically, we have a streak going and were all too happy to extend it to another entry in this series!
E: And what an entry this was! The last book was one of the darker installments in this series and really left a lingering mark on Clare, one which was steadily taking a great ...more
This deserves a 5+ rating- the continued adventures of Clare & Zack- Enzo and the whole gang are absolutely exciting!
I don't want to give away too much - but Clare & Zack both coming to terms with their new vocations & the strength of their love in this very action packed story will keep you hooked!!
Robin just MUST continue this series - there are so many possibilities for at least 4 more books!!! ...more
Ghost Seer, Book #5
By Robin D. Owens
Author’s website: http://robindowens.com/
Brought to you by OBS Reviewer Jerjen
Clare Cermak has a gift for speaking to ghosts of the Old West, but in the latest from the author of Ghost Talker, she may soon join their ranks…
With Clare’s health fading, she and her partner—the love of her life—detective Zach Slade, head to Manitou Springs, Colorado, in search of the only healer who can help them: the gho ...more
Ghost seer, Clare Cermak, is continuing her new “profession”, reluctantly, but determined to do it well. She was never asked to be a ghost seer, she inherited it from her great aunt, and eventually these abilities will be passed on to Clare’s niece. Clare helps people move on, and right now she must find help from an unknown ghost to heal the spectral wound she received from an evil being while on another mission. Her lover, Zach Slade, and her ghostly Labrador, Enzo, are b ...more
The Ghost Seer series is urban fantasy by my personal classification since it follows the progress of one couple. I've liked the fact the romance has shared focus equally to the mystery. It's always been a quirky read, sort of silly sometimes.
Ghost Maker continued on its silly way and the plot was not too interesting to me. It may have been fewer ancillary characters. Enzo and the Other don't seem to develop much; we don't learn much more about them. Claire and Zach are learning some. It stil
This addition of the Ghost Seer Series finds that Clare still has her spectral wound that isn't getting any better so she is having trouble completing her duties. She is slowly dying and Zach will do everything in his power to preve ...more
In this installment, Clare and Zach need to find a "good" ghost who can heal Clare's invisible bad-ghost inflicted wound.
I have to admit now that I'm up-to-date with the series, unfortunately this is one of those that I can take it or leave it. I find the ghost cases pretty interesting, but Clare in particular is a bit lacklustre as the heroine. The cover images are false advertising as she's actually into wearing sundresses and cashmere sweaters! I wished Ms Owens had let Clare embrac ...more
I found myself laughing at Clare's continued uncomfortable behavior about Rickman's. ...more
I enjoy the unusual relationship between the two main characters. I also have fallen in love with the spirit guide Enzo. My only complaint is the lack of clues to the "who done it" aspect of the story. I enjoy trying to figure out the mystery along with the characters. A few more clues would make the story more engaging.
I enjoyed a series with Ghosts and looked at this one. I thought I might enjoy it and I Have. Good Storyline... There is something about each Person that is good, cute, funny... a little sad... but they all blend well together... You will enjoy this book. Hope Clair gets a break...