Woohoo! Release day is here! Can you tell Avery’s just a bit excited by this??
It’s just in time for Halloween…so if you’re looking for some spooky, sexy LGBT stories, the Haunted Hotties Anthology is for you!
This Halloween collection has a little something for everybody. With demons, ghosts, psychics, reapers, shifters, and witches… a rainbow of paranormal/supernatural is included.
In Everything a Big Bad Wolf Could Want by McKay, Whimsy has to decide if he’s in love with his straight, next-door neighbor by Halloween or risk losing him forever.
In Casper the Horny Ghost by Rob Rosen, Chris not only inherited a long-abandoned house, he also inhe
rited the ghost that came with it.
In Necromantic by Dakota Caudill, Kaitlyn’s always felt like she was waiting for something, but she never expected her new girlfriend to be able to raise the dead.
In The Man in Green by Elizabeth Coldwell, Richard intends to cut down all the trees surrounding his new property, but the man in the woods has other ideas.
In Haunts Old and New by Jessica Payseur, Rosalie doesn’t like the new ghost that’s in her house and yet, she can’t seem to stay away from her.
In The Fisher Lot by Jessica Chase, it turns out being dared to spend the night in the local “haunted house” might be the best thing that’s ever happened to Barney.
In Open by Louisa Bacio, Martina keeps trying to pretend that everything is fine, but the ghosts in her new B&B are just as determined to get her attention.
In A Friendly Ghostbusting by Charles Payseur, an old rival who once humiliated him is not what Cas needs as he sets out to explore an old psychiatric prison.
In Darkling by Helena Maeve, Eugene tried to warn Caleb and his friends away from Ledwich University and soon enough they’ll learn… they really should have listened.
In The Devil’s in the Details by Avery Dawes, since they died during the Civil War, Oliver and Francis get one night a year together; but they have to be careful or they’ll never get another one.
Interested in more about The Devil’s in the Details? Here’s the full blurb:
October 31st is a special night for Civil War soldiers Oliver Greer and Francis Kirby. Courtesy of a deal with Lucifer, on that night, they rise from their graves not as ghosts, but as men with form and substance.
Psychic Annabelle McPherson runs the most successful ghost tour company in all of Gettysburg. With her ability to interact with ghosts, her tours are far from dull. Of course, Oliver and Francis are ready and willing to give her patrons a show — and a scare they’ll not soon forget.
This Halloween is one to be remembered. When stopping by to see Annabelle, the guys interrupt a violent robbery. One of the caveats of having human form is that if they are mortally wounded, they die.
In their zeal to save Annabelle, Oliver is shot. Will the three survive the night? Will Francis be stuck on Earth while Oliver’s soul labors in Hell?
“Well, just wait until Halloween. I’ll give you the biggest hug and kiss–”
Francis’ eyes brightened. “You’d better be giving me more than that!” He attempted to swat Oliver on the shoulder, but his hand passed right through. Damn ghost form.
“Mmm… you know I will. In fact, I’m picturing all the naughty fun we can get into!” Oliver waggled his eyebrows.
Finally pulled out of his funk, Francis laughed. “You’re such a mess!” He paused, his forehead furrowed. “Isn’t that the saying now? Well, anyway, let’s go find some tourists to scare!”
“Now that’s the best idea I’ve heard all night. After all, we can’t let Annabelle down.” It hadn’t taken the guys long to decide that creating chaos wasn’t much fun. They preferred having fun and getting laughs at the expense of others. So far, they hadn’t had a visit from Luc, so either he wasn’t paying attention too closely or he was busy sowing his seeds of distrust elsewhere.
With that thought, they floated toward downtown and some of the famous historic buildings they knew Annabelle liked to frequent on her tours. She always enjoyed “seeing them”–her tips almost doubled on the nights the soldier-ghosts made a surprise appearance.
Release Day Extra
Avery answered some Halloween questions. What would you have said?
Favorite candy: dark chocolate…but no nuts!
Favorite costume: I saw a child dressed as an Ewok one time. It was freaking adorable!
Favorite Movie: hmm…I don’t really have one. My favorite TV shows are Covert Affairs and The Blacklist.
Light on or off: Porch light off.
Trick or Treat: I’d have to go with Treat!
Avery wishes everyone a safe and spooky Halloween!