Carter and Tony have been meeting in Room #9 in the Galaxy Gold Motel for three months. Tony is a husband and father, so the meetings have been clandestine. But the sex, when they are together, is better than either of them have had.
Carter is in a quandary. He wants to take the relationship to the next level, and needs Tony to take the next step, which he is very reluctant to do. This meeting is the meeting that Carter will confront Tony with his feelings and force the issue. Of course, Tony is not ready to make the decision that will completely turn his world upside down, and leaves the room, and Carter in a state of having no clue what will be next. Will he see Tony again? Will Tony walk out of his life and never see Carter again? Will his romantic self, or his responsible self win the argument?
Enter the ghost. His name is Bill Silver, and he has a story to teach Carter a lesson. He has been through exactly what Carter is going through, and after convincing Carter that he is indeed a ghost, teaches Carter a difficult lesson. The story he tells is a heart-rending history of him, and the things that happened because of choices he made. And the end will surprise the heck out of you.
The writing in this book is creative and excellent. The sex is hot and arousing. The moral of the story is one we all need to keep in mind. This story is an easy read, and very enjoyable.
Book Description For Tony and Carter, room number 9 in the Galaxy Gold motel on Seattle’s seedy Aurora Avenue is a refuge. There, the two young lovers have found a place to hide away from a world that would condemn them for their love. Within the darkened, summer-hot confines of room number 9, Carter and Tony can explore their love and lust for one another, free of the burdens of the outside world. But room number 9 holds a terrible and tragic secret, one that dates back to the Galaxy Gold’s opening back in 1962, when Seattle was hosting its World’s Fair. There’s a ghost in room number 9, and he has a message for Tony and Carter, a message about the consequences of shame and hiding love behind a closed motel room door. Will Tony and Carter listen to the ghost’s message and have the courage to bring their love out into the open? Or will this long-ago story, one eerily similar to Tony and Carter’s, be ignored?
The answer awaits in room number 9…
The Ghost In Number 9 was last modified: March 11th, 2014 by GGR-Review