by Mildred Gail Digby
Jade Mayflower sees ghosts, can curse with enough vitriol to strip paint, and drives like she’s in an action movie. In short, she’s not a typical Private Investigator. Which is just as well because Connie Mason isn’t a typical client. She’s a disembodied spirit who appears in Jade’s office one night with a job: Find out what happened to her and who did it.
Jade takes the case, not only because Connie has one of the cutest butts Jade has ever seen and a cute personality to match, but also because of Jade’s righteous sense of justice—the tusche is a nice bonus, though. With Connie as her vaporous partner, Jade investigates Connie’s life and the truth begins to take shape. In spite of herself, Jade is drawn to the sweet, and sometimes spicy, young woman who has a habit of blushing adorably when Jade flirts with her—and who flirts right back.
Even as their friendship deepens into something much more than that, Connie is being called over to the other side and she can’t resist forever. Time is running out as Jade races against the clock to solve a crime where she is falling in love with the victim.