Dead to the Max ( Max Starr Series, Book 1, a paranormal romance mystery)

Rated 4.67/5 based on 3 reviews
Meet Max Starr, an accountant with an unlucky gift; after a vision of murder, she’s possessed by the victim’s spirit! Desperate to exorcise the dead woman, she embarks on a roller-coaster adventure to catch the killer. But more than murder plagues Max. The matchmaking ghost of her late husband wants her to find romance with the homicide cop. If she’s not careful, it'll be the death of her. More
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About Jasmine Haynes

NY Times and USA Today Bestselling author Jasmine Haynes loves giving readers sexy, classy stories about real issues like growing older, facing divorce, starting over. Her books have passion, heart, humor, and happy endings, even if they aren't always traditional. She also writes gritty, paranormal mysteries in the Max Starr series. As Jennifer Skully, she writes laugh-out-loud romantic comedies laced with a heavy dose of mystery. Look for Jennifer’s new series written with Bella Andre, starting with Breathless in Love, The Maverick Billionaires Book 1. Having penned stories since the moment she learned to write, Jasmine now lives in the Redwoods of Northern California with her husband and their adorable nuisance of a cat who totally runs the household. Join her newsletter for updates on contests, new releases, and freebies by going to

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Review by: Jill Bishop on Nov. 2, 2011 :
This was better than I expected. Definately a good read, especially for the price.
(review of free book)
Review by: Carol on May 19, 2011 :
Well written mystery, first in a series. The mystery itself takes interesting twists and turns. I liked how the heroine doubted her pyschic nature at the beginning and has to confront it as real as the book moves on. A romance appears to be developing that I expect will arch over the series.
(reviewed 73 days after purchase)
Review by: DaisyLang on April 21, 2011 :
Loved this!
(reviewed 45 days after purchase)
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