The Heidelberg Ghost - A Romantic Comedy (Do You Spook German? Series - Book 1)

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***A MODERN DAY FAIRY-TALE THAT'LL MAKE YOU FORGET YOU HAD DINNER COOKING ON THE STOVE.***
Fall in love with the charming and quirky characters in this fun paranormal romance and adventure, as Andrea and her friends go on a quest to set Volker free from his ghostly demise. This story is set in Germany, with its rich history and traditions - Ireland is not the only place with cool castles, ya know More

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About Nickie Cochran

Nickie Cochran, a.k.a. THE GERMAN GHOST LADY, was born and raised in Heidelberg, Germany. As a military wife, she had become accustomed to move every few years and finally came to accept that she enjoys writing more than hanging curtains in her new home in Colorado Springs.

When she's not working on her latest project, she enjoys reading paranormal romance novels involving quirky ghosts and unexpected time travel.

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Review by: coffeerequired on Feb. 08, 2014 :
I recieved this book from the author and Lovers of Paranormal for an honest review.
This was a very pleasant surprise. Very well written,the flow of the book was great. I love the writing style this author has,very easy and pleasant to read. Characters are very well developed,you feel like you are right there with friends. A cute love story that I will be recommending to family,boyh adults and teens. I will definately be reading more from this author and cant wait for book#2!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Mariela Germann on Jan. 31, 2014 :
I would like to thank the Lovers of Paranormal and the author Nickie Cochran for allowing to read this book for an honest review.


I was truly surprised by this story, the title even tells you that it has a ghost, well it surely does have plenty of ghosts but also a fairie and a witch, that's plenty of a paranormal beings dose!!! The author develops the beggininig of the story with great detail, and an even pace but the ending was too fast and I felt rushed to the end.

I met different characters that were very different from each other and I noticed their individuality, there were some already built relationships, and some new ones were created through the story, I think that there were some details and distinction of the romantic couples in the story, the relationships lacked of romance and passion, I believed that those characters had been hurt in the past and rush to start a relationship way too fast. Andy and Volker, even thought they were destined to fall in love, I think that she was too quick to open up to a person that she could not even touch, there was a physical attraction between them, and some teasing to each other,perhaps there should have maybe been a litle more of connection. The romance between Susi and Ralft was non-existent, there was a date or get-together but after that no much,then the story was more focused on Shai and Mandy than Susi and Ralft's. Pete and Belinda's story was too quick and short and I felt like I just got a glance of their romance.


I really liked the story, maybe it was too short or the author intentionally is trying to leave it for a second book, hopefully, Markus is still around and Fred, even thought I really did not like him at the beggining, he changed my mind at the very end!!!
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Silent Reader on Jan. 27, 2014 :
I was given this book in exchange for an honest review (Lop or Lovers of Paranormal)

For so long I have bn looking to read a ghost story. It's simple n sweet story of Andrea who suffered a recent heart break and shifted to live with her aunt. It's a fast paced story, certain places I felt things cud hv bn little more elaborated.

It's a kind a story where nothing goes bad and even bad turns out to be good.
Happy endings and leaves reader with smile.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Sheila Stevens on March 14, 2013 : (no rating)
Very entertaining, loved it!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Jonel Boyko on March 10, 2013 :
This novel did get off to a bit of a slow start, but by about a quarter of the way through I was hooked. It also had such a fantastically happy ending that I couldn’t help but smile. It was a genuinely fun story that I definitely enjoyed.

The author has a very approachable writing style. It added to the fact that this was a very cute novel. It was also a very consistent and fluently written novel. The descriptions and narrative matched each other. I appreciate the consistency as it adds to the upbeat aspects of the novel. I enjoyed how the mystery was worked into the novel, without interrupting the flow of this novel. And this novel did have a definite flow and progression from beginning to end. The mystery also worked in tandem with the romantic aspects of the novel, neither overpowering the other.

The characters themselves were quite well developed and absolutely adorable. I enjoyed the fact that each character was an individuals and each had real life issues that they were dealing with. The friendship and camaraderie between the characters was also very natural and apparent. I must say that I would have liked a bit more family history about some of the characters. It would have helped to round out the story a bit more since family connections were talked of so much throughout.

This novel is so different from anything that I’ve ever read and I thoroughly appreciate that fact. It was such a warm, fuzzy, fun type of story and I was thoroughly immersed in it by the ending. I definitely wanted to keep reading after the last page.

Please note that I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review
(reviewed long after purchase)

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