Three more stars for the Fatal series. In book three we turn the perspective from Kiley and Jack to more of a supporting character driven plot. Johnny and Maya are no longer dancing around their attraction to each other as Maya has stepped back and decided for them that she is too old for him-oh, dear! While all that light drama is going on, Johnny hits a teenager with his truck. A teenager who has some serious drama going on with ghosts. Ryan and his sister Briea take refuge at Kiley’s house (or spook central) as they try to work out the weirdness once again. The paranormal in this book was off the charts-some very interesting and scary bits intertwined with some funny ghosty things that had me giggling. The scooby gang must figure out how Johnny’s missing grandfather ties in to the super spooky ghosts after Ryan. The plot is well done and flows along. The romance and language are dialed way back to the perfect level. The ending wraps everything up neatly. There were some cool things at the end that may give clues to where the series is headed; at this point there are only these three books so I hope Maggie Shayne continues the series.