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What the community says about Catch a Ghost (Hell or High Water)
- "Catch a Ghost is a thriller, mystery book and a romance all rolled into one book. Two men, successful in their own careers, but so different in personalities, are thrown together to solve a series of crimes. As they learn to work together, they realize they have more in common and learn they need to trust each other. As this book is part of a series, I look forward to reading other books in the series."
- "Catch a Ghost is a great romantic gay novel and it definitely has the best alpha male character in Tom. The author delves into real violence and then into fantasy (flashbacks and ghosts). This novel has everything from action to love. Great book by a great author."
- "I think that this is a very good choice and could very well be considered the best option. Another good choice i think is the cut and run series. However, this series characters have more to do with the FBI than military so if your looking for pure military then Catch a ghost is your best option.""It's an alright book. The premise is the same aloof character being slowly won over as almost every other romance novel. The confrontations with each character's past are interesting though. Fun for a one time read, but I probably wouldn't pick it up again."
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- "“Catch a Ghost” is a fun, fantastical romance novel about a ghost hunter and his new partner. The two main characters instantly dislike each other, but also notice how attracted they are to each other. Tom, especially, is annoyed by how much he is turned on by his new partner, who he sees as embodying his failures. By about 2/3rds into the story, the men view each other with guarded respect. And by the end, they are lovers. "