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    Charming first in series ! A delight

    This is a charming paranormal cozy series set in Salem which is perfect for a early fall read. This is the first book in the fabulous new "Sal.am B&B" cozy mystery series. I loved the author's descriptions of Salem. Settle in and prepare to be entranced by this wonderful cozy mystery. Charlene Morris has left the hustle and bustle as well as bad memories of Chicago behind. She has moved to Salem with a B&B in mind and has created a plan to move forward with her business. As she is working on her B&B she soon finds out it has a permanent guest in Dr. Jack Strathmore. Jack is a ghost who believes he was murdered. He connects with Charlene and asked her to do some detective work surrounding the circumstances of his death, During her investigation she meets a handsome detective and soon they are developing feelings for each other. I loved the charcters and the location is perfection. The addition of a talking ghost and a ghost resident is fun and written lightly with humor. The sleuth was well crafted and had a pleasing conclusion. Thank you to the publisher and to Net Galley for the opportunity to read this fun new cozy series. I am sure this next in series will be a delight. I highly recommend this series.
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    Cozy paranormal worth reading!

    This is a series opener for a new paranormal cozy series which I enjoyed very much. The writer did an excellent job of setting the scene for a person who doesn’t believe in the paranormal and is suddenly thrown in the deep end. After coming to terms with a ghost being in her future B & B, I love the way she attempts to solve the mystery. I didn’t see the resolution coming, and it threw me for a loop in a good way. The only fly in the ointment for me was towards the end. Instead of finishing on a murder mystery ending, it felt more like a romance which I didn’t exactly see coming…maybe a little, but still. Not that that is a bad thing just that the whole book felt one way, and then it ended another way. However, I am definitely looking forward to the next book to see how the opening of Mrs. Morris’ B & B will go, what comes up next for Mrs. Morris, seeing everyone again, and how everything shakes out with the end of this one. I highly recommend this book! I was provided the e-book which I voluntarily reviewed.
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    A ghostly new series

    Charlene Morris is starting over in Salem after losing her husband Jared, the love of her life. While leaving the past behind she is focusing on the future as she embarks on starting a B&B. Having bought the old mansion sight unseen, she got more than she had bargained for, in the form of Jack, the ghost of a man who was murdered in the house. With all of her eggs in the B&B basket, Charlene cannot afford to fail and strikes a deal with Jack. She will help prove that Jack was murdered and Jack will not haunt the guests who stay at Charlene’s. But with everyone from the police to the coroner saying Jack died of natural causes, it’s going to be hard to find proof when Charlene can’t share that Jack is the one who told her he was murdered. While Charlene is focused on building a new life for herself in Salem, she doesn’t have plans for falling in love again. So the dashing Jack and the sexy detective Sam truly pose a challenge to the plans that Charlene has for he new life. Is it even possible to fall in love with a ghost? Definitely some new experiences for her in her new life. I love Salem, so this book captured my attention when I saw it and I was not disappointed. From the old historic home to the history of Salem, I knew I had to read this one. Looking forward to the second entry, Mrs. Morris and the Witch.
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    A spirited cozy mystery

    Mrs. Morris and the Ghost is an enjoyable new cozy mystery. Charlene Morris lost the love of her life eighteen months ago and every where she goes in Chicago there are reminders. She has purchased a massive mansion in Salem, based on pictures sent to her by the realtor, where she plans on opening a bed and breakfast. She wants it to be an elegant establishment. Having a resident ghost was not the plans even if he is handsome and charming. Dr. Jack Strathmore IV is convinced he was murdered three years ago and believes it is the reason for why he is unable to move on to the great beyond. Charlene is the first person who can see Jack and he needs her help. I like Traci Wilton’s conversational writing style. It is engaging and made this new cozy mystery easy to read. Charlene is a strong protagonist who is ready to move forward with her life away from her meddlesome mother. I found Charlene’s first reaction to Jack to be realistic and humorous. Jack is a great character. He has charm, wit, twinkling blue eyes and is a snappy dresser. Charlene sets out to discover who harmed Jack by talking with his wife, old friends, Detective Sam Holden, and the coroner. Charlene has all the subtly of a bulldozer. She is direct and pushy which leads to some ticked off individuals (but it is just her first time investigating). This whodunit can be solved before the reveal courtesy of the less than subtle clues. Charlene has a couple of men interested in her including Sam Holden. I would like less romance in future books (lots of flirting) and a more action packed mystery. I thought the story lagged during the middle and could have benefited from a peppier pace. The ending was a delight and left me smiling. A Persian named Silva joins Charlene in her new home. The cat’s antics had me giggling and I thought Traci Wilton captured a cat’s demeanor perfectly. I enjoyed the descriptions of Charlene’s beautiful new home, the furniture and the sights of Salem. The author took the time to establish the main characters and setting the stage for the series (wonderful world building). The first chapter of Mrs. Morris and the Witch is at the end of the book. Mrs. Morris and the Ghost has a magnificent mansion, a pretty Persian, flirtatious fellows, a gallant ghost, and a reluctant gumshoe.
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