Ghosthuntress: The Counseling by Marley Gibson (Boston: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2010).
This is the fourth installment of the Ghosthuntress series. I read and liked the first one, but wasn't keen on the second, so I skipped the third. This one, though, is as good as the first because Gibson mixes things up a bit. Kendall Moorehead, having recently barely escaped from a close encounter with a ghost, is heading to California for some much needed R&R at a special camp for gifted teens. She's been having dreams about a cute guy, so no big surprise when he turns up at the camp. Gibson develops their romance nicely and has them work together to solve a murder mystery, all while Kendall is coming to terms with how she can best use her paranormal talents.
Overall, a fine paranormal romance, great for ages 13 & up. Sexual situations, violence.
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