- Less Than Three Press
- Release Date
- September 2015
Erotic Romance, Horror Romance, LGBTQ, Paranormal Romance
At the beginning of the Great Depression Lawrence Eugene Davis returns to his family's ranch to set his father's affairs in order. But the house stirs memories of his unhappy childhood and his miserable time in the trenches. Memories are not the only thing woken, however, and Lawrence finds himself hunted and eventually overcome by the sinister presence.
Salvation comes at the eleventh hour in the form of a stranger who claims he can rid Lawrence of the demon threatening to possess him—but in exchange he wants Lawrence for himself.
Book Review by Breann (reviewer)
Oct 07, 2015 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
73 people found the following review helpful
There's so much to love here! There's a gorgeous cover, with a great mixture of historical, paranormal and horror.
Lawrence returned to his father's home after it was left to him. He plans to get things in order after his father passes away. It's just him and his employee, Billy, running the place.
Lawrence was having weird experiences in the old house. When nobody was willing to stay there for too long, he thought they were all paranoid, but quickly realized they had reason to stay away. When his weird dreams started happening and he felt something inside him, he knew something was wrong.
Help came in the form of an incubus, Elijah. The only thing he required in return was Lawrence's promise that Elijah could feed from him as long as he needed.
Whoa, this was good. It was scary as hell. I admit to being a huge wimp, so the ghosts and demons and possessions really gave me the creeps.
Elijah was awesome. He's hot and knows what he wants. And that's Lawrence. Which was good, because Lawrence wants him right back, even though he had his eyes on Billy from the start.
Between the three of them, they had a lot to figure out and took a lot of risks together. There were some really hot scenes, but the story mostly focused on the haunting and possession. I would have loved more of the three of them. I got the beginning of their relationship, but it could have been fleshed out more.
THE POSSESSION OF LAWRENCE EUGENE DAVIS was perfectly creepy and sexy. It's a great way to start out this Halloween season, that's for sure.
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