GENRE: Gay Paranormal Erotic Romance
LENGTH: 33,103 words
Sequel to Ghost WriterAs Goose continues to obsess about the spirits of Jefferson and Calvin, the Civil War soldiers he helped cross over, he also tries to heal from his own past in order to build a relationship with Patrick, the man he’s recently met in the flesh.Snowed in at the huge box store where he works, Goose is happy when Patrick turns up and gets trapped there with him. Using the store as their toy box, they enjoy a night of childish games and sexy adult fun that helps them bond. Goose and Patrick also take another trip back in time, or possibly somewhere more ethereal, to discover if Jefferson and Calvin found their happily ever after.Can each pair -- one from this century and one in the past -- help each other explore their budding relationships and fall in love?EXCERPT:Note: may contain sexually explicit scenes of a homoerotic nature.
I was so happy to see the continuation of these two. They seem so right for each other. Both have their own bits of passion to overcome, but the connection they have together makes everything worthwhile. The only thing I don’t like was the ending. Severe cliffhanger. I hate that. So hopefully there will be another little story to tie things off.
You definitely need to read Ghost Writer first. This is a continuation. Patrick and Goose have been together about three months. Both still wondering about Jefferson and Calvin. Goose a bit more than Patrick. He more or less fell in love with the ghost of Jefferson after reading his diary. Patrick is curious in his own way, but is patient with Goose, understanding the emotional connection. They meet up at Goose’s place of work, where they end up snowed in from a huge snowstorm, and end up making a huge day of fun with it. Being in a kind of superstore, they have so much at their disposal and feel the joys of being a kid again, mak