Sexy Spirits – Gay Paranormal Romance!

Jude and Danny are rival ghost-hunters with a case in common when they’re hired to work together by the same firm. Danny’s fleeing family troubles, and Jude’s recovering from a poltergeist trauma in adolescence and a nasty case of PTSD: but they both have business in mind, when they have to take on a sexy spirit. Well, business and pleasure, both…

Even A God Of War Pays Overdue Fees – Gay Librarian Romance

Alexiares, literal Greek god and playboy, is also Alex, when he’s slumming in the mortal earthly realm. But when he falls in love with adorable human librarian Rob, how long can he keep the mortal mask in place – especially when his mother, the goddess Hebe, does not approve?

A Spell For Destruction – Gay Magician Romance

Pell is a powerful Magician, financially successful, with a rewarding life. He doesn’t think about or pine for his old human boyfriend, Stephen. Honestly. So when Stephen hires him to scan and vouch for his new fiancee, it’s no big deal. Just Magical business as usual. Right?

A Spell For Destruction – Gay Magician Romance

Pell is a powerful Magician, financially successful, with a rewarding life. He doesn’t think about or pine for his old human boyfriend, Stephen. Honestly. So when Stephen hires him to scan and vouch for his new fiancee, it’s no big deal. Just Magical business as usual. Right?

 

Sexy Spirits – Gay Paranormal Romance!

Jude and Danny are rival ghost-hunters with a case in common when they’re hired to work together by the same firm. Danny’s fleeing family troubles, and Jude’s recovering from a poltergeist trauma in adolescence and a nasty case of PTSD: but they both have business in mind, when they have to take on a sexy spirit. Well, business and pleasure, both…

 

What I’m reading today II – Goodreads update

Alex Ankarr is 7% done with A Shadow on the Sun: Although it’s well-written I’m having trouble suspending disbelief due to the characters’ very ‘fantasy world-building’ names. It’s always a problem with made-up names, and I’m still at the point of finding them slightly risible. The story’s good so I’ll be able to shake that reaction off soon.

Honestly I’d be as happy if fantasy authors just called everyone Bill and Ted. Well, not the girls, maybe.