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Publisher's Summary

Becky Tibbs is getting engaged to Patrick. 

That is...if she can get Marty Smith's frighteningly skilled and vengeful ghost to cross over.
And, if she can pass his parents' critical inspection. 

Life is not simple for a medium, especially in Asheville, North Carolina!  

This is the seventh book in the Becky Tibbs cozy mystery series. The author suggests that you start listening to the series with Book One, A Medium's Birthday Surprise and that you continue to listen to the books in order. 

In spite of all the obstacles she has to face, Becky is elated that she will soon marry Patrick. After solving several ghost cases and catching her breath, the last hurdle she has to jump is meeting his parents. 

Will Patrick's wealthy, eccentric parents give the happy couple their blessing, or will they throw a monkey wrench into the works and spoil their joy? 

Find out now. Scroll up to get your copy now!

©2020 Chariss K. Walker (P)2021 Chariss K. Walker

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A Medium’s Engagement

I was glad to get back in to Becky Tibbs story in this wonderful series.
Becky’s getting more requests from the ghosts that need help crossing and also had to deal with some leftover business in the last book. She was pretty stressed and not always her usual, bubbly self.
It was nice to see the storyline move ahead, and some old issues get resolved. I loved meeting Patrick’s parents, especially the mother. Ha! A new character I will love to hate. I hope there’s more of her in the next book!

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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extremely addictive!

this narrator is wonderful. She truly makes the characters come to life. She does a great job with her voices and southern, New Orleans accent. This narrator is someone who you will, search for books by her. She is definitely worth listening to.wonderful! If you have not read the previous six books, don’t start with this one. You need to start from the beginning of the series. In this book, Becky continues to deal with more and more complicated family issues, plus helping her protégé. she also is struggling with some decisions about Patrick, and certain ways on how to help ghosts who need to prove they did not die the way people think. Things become extremely complicated, but extremely entertaining. by the time you have finished this book, you will come to love Becky, and her siblings, just as much as me.

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Meeting Patrick's Parents

In book 7, Becky has a lot going on in her life: changes in her relationship with Patrick, the meeting of his parents, the interactions with a vengeful ghost and other ghosts who ask for her help, aiding the police and running an antique store. Becky is so very busy. This book continues the delightful cozy series about Becky and her siblings and their involvement with ghosts after being made aware that they are all mediums. I enjoy this series and I recommend it to others. Kim Rossi's narration is great and adds to the entertainment factor by using different voices to identify the various characters. I was given a free copy of the audiobook and I have voluntarily left this review.

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  • 08-21-21

An engaging book

I enjoyed this book. This is book seven and the start of the book continues on from the previous book A Medium's 4th of July, so although not necessary as the author gives you a quick round up of what happened at the start, I think in does help if you start with that book first. That problem is fairly quickly resolved and then it is back to business for Becky as she helps a wide range of ghosts and humans with problems, while living her life. There is a nice mix for the help needed with the cases, showing the author has a good understanding of human nature. I like the conclusion to the Marty problem (her sister's ex boyfriend) but do wonder is it really over? The rest of the main characters are fun, I especially liked how the best friend despite not being able to see ghosts still told him off. Looking forward to the wedding.
After being spooked by Marty's ghost at the 4th July fireworks display, Becky is reluctant to end her camping trip and return home, especially after attending his funeral because she know there is trouble ahead. She is right and she must find a way to convince Marty to stop terrorising everybody and cross over, before it's to late. At the same time things between Patrick and herself are getting serious and it's time to meet his parents. Becky is happy with who she is and what she does but maybe handling ghost might be easier than sitting down for a meal with them.
I like the narrator and with this book she really helped to tug on the heart strings.
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.