A Ghost of a Chance by Josh Lanyon (5 Stars)

Rhys tells us the story, and I really enjoyed his voice. There is a an interesting mystery, which kept me glued to the pages, along with an almost cryptic romance. Sexy and mysterious, I liked Sam and was hopeful that he and Rhys could make it work.

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Over a century ago Illusionist David Berkeley committed suicide in his mansion by the sea, thus dooming his restless spirit to wander forever. Or so the local legend goes…

Professor Rhys Davies, a part-time parapsychologist, is writing a book on California hauntings and he believes the crumbling ruins of Berkeley House will make a terrific chapter — if he can gain access to the house and grounds. The only obstacle is brooding cop and self-appointed caretaker, Sam Devlin. As obstacles go, Devlin is a big one.

But you know what they say. The bigger they are, the harder they fall…

“Ghost of a Chance” first appeared in the 2007 anthology, Scared Stiff, where Josh joined best-selling authors William Maltese, Sarah Black and Laura Baumbach for a quartet of very different stories of m/m supernatural doings that had readers panting (in more ways than one) under the covers.

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