1. Ghost of a Chance (1999)
Author: Jayne Ann Krentz
Publisher: Harlequin Temptation
Promotional synopsis: "Anne Silver turns to her ex-CIA agent ex-boyfriend when her brother is very nearly murdered while trying to expose a clever gang of fake psychics. But working side by side with Julian Aries puts more than her life on the line—her heart may just be the first thing to go."
This might seem absurd, be we relate to this book. We've often had issues with gangs of fake psychics. They are harmless mostly, pulling small pranks like hiding our staplers or forcing us into tarot card games of chance, but they are still annoying.
This is why we wish we had a ghost like the silent yet helpful Carlotta (the ghost of the books' title) to help us with our problems. This relatable book deals with so many of those pesky problems that you encounter in your everyday life, which is why we are surprised that the novel is now out of print.