Review: Heat Wave by Patricia A. Rasey

Ryker Reed has been playing beach house poltergeist now for nearly a year. Playing good Samaritan backfired, landing him in some weird sort of purgatory. When the new week's tenant shows up, things really start to heat up.  Lauren Andrews is looking for some fun in the sun. With college graduation now behind her, she has one summer left before med school eats up her spare time. When her best friend gets in a car accident, she convinces Lauren to go without her. But Lauren's peaceful retreat is quickly interrupted by one hot as sin ghost.

Ryker Reed has been playing beach house poltergeist now for nearly a year. Playing good Samaritan backfired, landing him in some weird sort of purgatory. When the new week’s tenant shows up, things really start to heat up.
Lauren Andrews is looking for some fun in the sun. With college graduation now behind her, she has one summer left before med school eats up her spare time. When her best friend gets in a car accident, she convinces Lauren to go without her. But Lauren’s peaceful retreat is quickly interrupted by one hot as sin ghost.

Heat Wave by Patricia A. Rasey

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This quick and sexy paranormal is the follow up to Spirit Me Away with the sister of Holly Andrews finding her own sexy ghost haunting the vacation rental she’s leasing for a week.

Lauren Andrews needs a break before she starts her 4 years of med school. All she wants is some time in the sun and lying on the beach. What she gets is a sexy ghost names Ryker Reed who has been in limbo at the house for a year. Being as she knows her sister’s story she isn’t frightened by Ryker. In fact she’s very attracted to him.

I think to understand all that happens in this book – especially the ending you need to read the first book Spirit Me Away. If you like light, sexy reads with a paranormal twist give Spirit Me Away and Heat Wave a try.

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