It had the snarky dialogue, spunky BFF and adorable love interest (in this case, husband) associated with chick lit along with ghosts, spirits or celestial beings. (If you read the book, you will know the difference between the three.) This story had its funny moments but it was also very sad at points - kind of like real life, but with ghosts. The ending made me cry a little. Looking forward to the second installment.--Bestselling author Meredith Schorr I loved the way the author told this story. The underlying subject matter was serious, but her funny, snarky tone lightened the mood to make it a very enjoyable read. The author has a great sense of humor, even about death, but when the story called for it, she was reverent and empathetic in the way her characters handled each other.--Bestselling author Caroline Fardig "Unfinished Business" is an entertaining story of a woman discovering she has a gift for seeing the dead and talking to them. The dialog is witty, and Angela's running commentary with her mother is so realistic, it will remind readers of their own mothers! InD'Tale Magazine I've read a lot of paranormal books, but this was by far the cutest I've read in a long time. Fran kind of had the attitude of Grandma Mazur from Janet Evanovich's Stephanie Plum series, and the paranormal element was very cute..definitely an entertaining read to take you away from the stress of the day for a hot second. Katelyn Hensel Readers Favorite If you like Janet Ivanovich & Sophia Kinsella, you'll love Carolyn Ridder Aspenson. Unfinished Business is a mixture of romance, cozy mystery and chick lit with a fun paranormal element. This book perfect for all readers. ---Stephanie Konat, Booktrope Editions
About the Author
Carolyn Ridder Aspenson is a freelance writer and the Amazon and Barnes & Noble best-selling author of Unfinished Business, an Angela Panther Novel and Santa's Gift, a Cumming Christmas Novella. You can find Carolyn at carolynridderaspenson.com, on Facebook at Carolyn Ridder Aspenson, Author, and on Twitter @awritingwoman.