Super Natalie

Natalie Dalton can’t hold down a job. It’s not because she is constantly late, has a terrible work ethic or doesn’t try. It’s because she is plagued with a gift she’d rather give back. Natalie can communicate with ghosts—annoying, persistent ghosts who choose to have a word with her at the most inconvenient times, often at work with bosses and colleagues around.

Fired from her umpteenth job and nearly out of cash, Natalie accepts an offer to appear on the low-brow, sensationalist TV talk show, World’s Weirdest Hobbies, to discuss her unusual ability, but more importantly to collect a paycheck. Unfortunately, a spirit appears as she’s being interviewed and ends up embarrassing the host of the show by revealing a juicy secret. The host goes ballistic and the clip of his attack goes viral, which catapults Natalie into the limelight and lands her a reality series as a paranormal investigator.

With her financial future secure, it looks like Natalie’s life is finally going to run smoothly for a change. Then she meets Ryan Emery, a gorgeous, sweet, funny guy who is working on her new series. Natalie could really fall for him except for the fact that Ryan is a major skeptic. He doesn’t believe in ghosts and never will. This presents a problem when a persistent spirit wants Natalie to give Ryan a message—one that will dramatically change his life. Now Natalie must somehow get Ryan to believe. Can she do it without ruining a potentially great relationship?

As Natalie carefully navigates her precarious situation, she suffers a loss which makes her question her own beliefs. With both of their lives turned upside down, Natalie and Ryan lean on each other and soon learn that what they truly need cannot always be explained with logic and reason.

Available for only 99 cents!



5.0 out of 5 stars Super Book! October 5, 2013

By Integrity Counts

“Super Natalie was spooktacular fun to read! Without giving away too many riveting details, I have to give five stars to Caitlin McKenna, who has written another great book. She is so skilled at getting the reader to identify with her characters – they are funny, real, and so well-constructed that I kept thinking about them even after I finished the book. It’s great to find an author who has consistently created stories that are compelling, charming and filled with plot twists that I could never predict, but are always exciting.”

5.0 out of 5 stars Super Natalie September 29, 2013

By Joan

“Natalie can see and talk to the dead. I enjoyed reading all the difficulties she has in her life with her special gift. I couldn’t put the book down as it is fast reading and it shows what happens with her many jobs, her love life, and her family. The comedy though out the book makes it a fun book to read.”

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