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Jan 02, Susan rated it really liked it. No joke, there were times I had trouble breathing out of sheer fear. But when it comes to those "Do NOT go in there!
Why are you going IN there?! This books had LOTS of these moments. Rhys is writing a book about haunted houses and visits this small coastal town to research Berkeley house, the home of a magician who beheaded himself after his fiance ran off with his bes 3. Rhys is writing a book about haunted houses and visits this small coastal town to research Berkeley house, the home of a magician who beheaded himself after his fiance ran off with his best friend. No worries, it's happened over years ago!
While staying at a friend's house, Rhys meets the friend's nephew Sam, a big, burly cop Wheee! My favorite kind! As you can guess Rhys and Sam get to doing the nasty and go all enemies-to-lovers on us and develop feelings.
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This part of the story left me unimpressed as I had no notion of what attracted them to one another I mean, Lanyon even describes Sam, through Rhys' eyes, as unattractive! And the just short of insta-lust to insta-love But this matters not in this book what? A romance reader not caring about the ill-developed romance arc?
The true stars of this book where the creepy crawlies Those are the things that grabbed me and drew me into the story. The mystery and the suspense. I guess because of that, despite the fact that Lanyon sometimes has a tendency of leaving me hanging at the end of books in the relationship category, I felt complete at the end of this book because the mystery element was solved.
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Scary, with some smexy lovin' Caution: read with the lights on! View 1 comment. Jun 09, CrabbyPatty rated it really liked it Shelves: reads , mm-fantasy-paranormal. A mystery with a scary house, a dark chilly cellar, and an unlikely romance. I liked it.
Loved Lanyon's writing: Like the philosophers say, the line between genius and stupidity is a fine one. I took a sip of coffee and nearly choked. It just always turns out like this. Sep 27, Chris, the Dalek King rated it really liked it Shelves: magic-and-supernatural , arts-and-letters , nerds-and-geeks , short-stories , uniforms-and-private-dicks , contemporary , love-bytes , mc-pairing-mm , owned-ebook-or-audio , hunters-of-things-that-go-boo. There are a lot of interesting ways to meet new men-—not that Rhys Davies is looking for any new men after what the last one did—-but being wrestled to the floor by a strong naked man, is definitely in the top ten.
Too bad Rhys is convinced that the Berkeley house is really haunted—-and that he is the best man to prove it.
Especially since I am a great big wimp when it comes to all thing spooky. Just, you know, to be on the safe side. Despite the fact that I had to talk myself out of going to sleep with the bedside lamp on, I quite enjoyed this novella by Josh Lanyon. It has been one of those stories that I always planned to get around to, but there is quite a lot of Lanyon to go around, and it has been missed in my scattered attempts to read everything by this author.
Until now. The ghost part was truly creepy, and even better for the fact that I never quite knew if the ghost was real or not. There was a lot of evidence going both ways for most of the story, and I liked that I was unsure if Rhys was a bit batty or if there really was something going bump in that old house. And while I was unsure about what exactly was going bump in the Berkeley house, there was some very obvious bumping going on over with Sam and Rhys. My only niggle, really, is that the end felt a bit rushed.
And the culprit a bit…well, it oddly felt a bit obvious and a bit out of left field as well.
Which may just be me with my cold mucking up my head. I think this is just a factor, though, of the story being not quite long enough to build up the necessary clues to bring it up to usual Lanyon standards. This book was provided free in exchange for a fair and honest review for Love Bytes. Go there to check out other reviews, author interviews, and all those awesome giveaways.
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