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Review: Looking for Love in All the Haunted Places by Claire Kann

I’ve been a fan of Claire Kann’s since her debut, Let’s Talk About Love. And I’ve been obsessed ever since. If you were a fan of the Mediator series, haunted houses, and queer rep this is for you! Keep reading this book review of Looking for Love in All the Haunted Places for my full thoughts.


Lucky Hart has a special affinity for the supernatural but almost no one takes parapsychology seriously. She’s estranged from her family, lost her friends, and has been rejected from graduate school. Twice. But her big break finally arrives when she gets insider info about a troubled production company. Every actor on their new show mysteriously quits after spending three nights inside Hennessee House, an old Victorian with a notorious reputation. 

After scheming her way onto the show to investigate, Lucky meets Maverick Phillips and chemistry instantly crackles between them. He tempts her in ways no one ever has, challenging and supporting her, and making her finally feel seen. Their connection is so palpable everyone notices it–including Hennesee House. 

Now Lucky and Maverick’s relationship has a challenger: the lonely, sentient house desperate for her undivided attention. As love begins to clash with career, Lucky refuses to choose one over the other because everyone deserves a happily ever after, even houses with haunted hearts. But when all her plans begin backfiring one-by-one, she realizes that if she wants to have it all? She’ll have to risk everything.


(Disclaimer: I received this book from the publisher. This has not impacted my review which is unbiased and honest.)

Looking for Love in All the Haunted Places delivers haunted houses lite. As the biggest scaredy cat I know, the haunted vibes are there – and definitely eerie – but not “I can’t sleep tonight”. There’s very much the house is alive, but we’re approaching it more like misunderstood than actively trying to destroy us. That being said, Looking for Love in All the Haunted Places, it’s a story which balances mystery, personal growth and love.

We love to see the queer representation. To see this adult fantastical romance discuss how difficult it can be to navigate asexual feelings and identity to allosexuals? Icon. Claire Kann is doing the work. Looking for Love in All the Haunted Places emphasizes the importance of personal growth. Of trying to figure out our story, our career, and the story behind the house. All our misunderstood gestures. While I wish we knew a bit more about the love interest character, I fell in love with Lucky.

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Looking for Love in All the Haunted Places is a tender and sweet story about love and communication. About people who see us like windows, not reflections in a mirror. Find Looking for Love in All the Haunted Places on Goodreads, Storygraph, Amazon,, Blackwells, & Libro. fm.


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