Tuesday, October 4, 2016

REVIEW: Cooking for Ghosts

Cooking for Ghosts
Author: Patricia V. Davis

**I received an advanced reader copy of this book in a giveaway at Goodreads.com, This is a fair, honest review.**

Four women meet online. They all have dreams of a new life. So they band together on a food blogging site, and decide to open a restaurant. But this restaurant will be special -- it's on the Queen Mary, permanently docked in Long Beach, CA since the late 60's. Cynthia, Jane, Rohini and Angela all carry their own secrets and ghosts of the past within them. Little do they know that the Queen Mary has spirits of her own.

This supernatural tale of redemption, love, loss, friendship, and the strength of women is outstanding! I was hooked from the start! The characters are diverse and well-developed. The supernatural elements are not cheesy or over-done, but an integral, fascinating part of the plot. Wonderful book! Once I started reading, I didn't want to put the book down.

Cooking for ghosts is the first book in the Secret Spice Cafe series. I enjoyed this book so much I will definitely be reading more books in this series!

Davis is the author of several other books including Harlot's Sauce and The Diva Doctrine. Learn more about the author and her books on her website: www.patriciaVdavis.com

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