Desperate to the Max

Desperate to the Max Thirty something down on her luck accountant Max Starr has the unfortunate gift of being psychic a newly discovered wrinkle in her already messed up life Her husband Cameron is dead killed in a b

  • Title: Desperate to the Max
  • Author: Jasmine Haynes
  • ISBN: 2940012132055
  • Page: 175
  • Format: Nook
  • Thirty something, down on her luck accountant Max Starr has the unfortunate gift of being psychic, a newly discovered wrinkle in her already messed up life Her husband, Cameron, is dead, killed in a botched 7 11 robbery two years ago In her grief, Max has cut herself off from friends, moved out of her San Francisco home in favor of a studio apartment, and dumped her flouThirty something, down on her luck accountant Max Starr has the unfortunate gift of being psychic, a newly discovered wrinkle in her already messed up life Her husband, Cameron, is dead, killed in a botched 7 11 robbery two years ago In her grief, Max has cut herself off from friends, moved out of her San Francisco home in favor of a studio apartment, and dumped her flourishing career as a CPA to do temp work.Now Max has developed an annoying penchant for attracting the spirits of murdered women Okay, they possess her And to exorcize them, Max must unmask their killers But how By stepping into the void their deaths created, taking their jobs, befriending the loved ones they left behind Max goes wherever she has to go and does whatever she has to do.In Max s latest adventure By day, poor pitiful Bethany Spring runs a courier service for housebound people by night, she becomes the seductive Helen on the other end of the phone line and men will pay anything to talk to her When Bethany is murdered, the brutal slaying plunges Max into the woman s kinky after midnight world Barely surviving this crash course in Phone Sex 101, Max turns once again to her late husband Cameron and hunky Detective Witt Long to help her crack the case.Needing Witt for his detecting skills is one thing, but meeting his mother is scarier than facing down a cold blooded killer What commitment is the irresistible detective going to extract from her next Max almost prefers being possessed by a spirit Previously published in 2004 Warning contains explicit material

    One thought on “Desperate to the Max”

    1. I don't write many reviews; most books aren't worth the effort and I'm pretty lazy. However, I'm convinced that Haynes wrote these books specifically for me. And I just happen to be nice enough to share. Needless to say, this series has quickly risen in the ranks of My Top 5 Favorite Series EVER and I'd write a million reviews to get the word out to anyone who's a fan either of erotic romance, paranormal, or mystery-suspense. And I just happen to be a fan of all 3 genres - so imagine how happy I [...]

    2. Probably my favorite books out of the ones I have read so far. Finally the "relationship" with Detective witt and max has some progress confusing progress but at least its somethingThe author does an amazing job at making bud a villain. Reading his name alone makes my skin crawl.Am I the only person who finds it highly frustrating that everything is in Max perspective. I think some scenes would be better if they were done in Detective Witts perspective.

    3. I loved this series. The sex with the ghost husband was a bit hard to swallow (no pun intended) at first but becomes so much a part of the heroines flawed character. Loved Loved Loved it. More please!

    4. This was a darn good book. Totally engrossing from page one to the very end. With everything from the previous books in this series tying in so nicely, I'm convinced Jasmine Haynes is a genius. I can't wait to read what happens next in Power to the Max.

    5. AmazingJasmine Hayes has done it again she brought max, Cameron & Witt to life I fell in love with these characters in book 1 and it just gets stronger in every book she tells the story so well you almost forget your reading a book

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