- Dreamspinner Press
- Release Date
- December 2013
- Book 1 of Hellsinger
LGBTQ, Paranormal Romance
When his Uncle Mortimer died and left him Hoxne Grange, the family's Gilded Age estate, Tristan Pryce knew he wasn't going to have an easy time of it. He was to be the second generation of Pryces to serve as a caretaker for the estate, a way station for spirits on their final steps to the afterlife. The ghosts were the simple part. He'd been seeing boo-wigglies since he was a child. No, the difficult part was his own family. Determined to establish Tristan's insanity, his loving relatives hire Dr. Wolf Kincaid and his paranormal researchers, Hellsinger Investigations, to prove the Grange is not haunted.
Skeptic Wolf Kincaid has made it his life's work to debunk the supernatural. After years of cons and fakes, he can't wait to reveal the Grange's ghostly activity is just badly leveled floorboards and a drafty old house. The Grange has more than a few surprises for him, including its prickly, reclusive owner. Tristan Pryce is much less insane and much more attractive than Wolf wants to admit and when his Hellsinger team unwittingly release a ghostly serial killer on the Grange, Wolf is torn between his skepticism and protecting the man he'd been sent to discredit.
Book Review by Breann (reviewer)
Jan 30, 2014 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
163 people found the following review helpful
This was FUN!
Tristan ran a hotel for ghosts. People who had recently died, went and stayed there before they officially moved on. His family thought he was crazy. So, they hired Wolf and his group of specialists who work to prove that all things supernatural are false.
Tristan and Wolf (great name, by the way) had great, amazing, scorching chemistry. Of course, they started out as enemies. Tristan was just trying to run his ghostly hotel while Wolf over here are trying to debunk everything he did. Annoying, right? Well, it made for some great banter between the two. Then their great banter led to a scorching, sizzling romance.
The secondary characters were just as great. They were quirky and different and only added to all the fun.
I love paranormal books and this is one that doesn't take itself too seriously. There were silly one-liners and funny happenings among the ghost story. There was a good balance between creepy and a little bit zany.
FISH AND GHOSTS is funny, different and sexy. A great paranormal romance.
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