- Reviewed by: Diane Nelson
- Print Length: 44 pages
- Posting: Gay, Paranormal, Ghosts/Hauntings
- Publisher: Amber Quill Press, LLC (June 30, 2014)
- Book Provided by: Author
- Author: L.A. Witt
- Posting Date: July 6, 2014
- Rating: 4 Stars
The blurb says it all: Nate Bard’s house displays unnerving evidence of being haunted ever since his ex left (yes, this is a clue). Nate’s sister convinces him to call in a psychic. Nate is understandably wary and adverse to forking over three hundred dollars to someone who is surely a charlatan.
But another sleepless night, a breath on his neck, and Nate decides he needs sleep more than a tight grip on his wallet. Enter Isaac and the man barely gets up the driveway before sparks fly and the air almost ignites with powerful paranormal activity.
The house shakes, rattles and rolls, and Nate gets treated to some fondling he’d swear on a stack of bibles came from Isaac, who wasn’t in the room at the time.
It doesn’t take a choir of angels to convince the two men that their powerful attraction is being helped along by sensual psychic energy and in the spirit of testing assumptions, one thing leads to another.
This is a delightful, and extremely well-written, short story with a proper beginning, middle and end. Nate and Isaac, well, you just know they are meant for each other. The plot, such as it is, is laid out nicely, and the denouement sigh-worthy as all HEAs should be.