Ghostly Seduction by Desiree Holt

Ghostly Seduction by Desiree Holt
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Genre: Paranormal, Contemporary
Length: Short Story (50 pages)
Other: M/F
Rating: 4 Stars
Reviewed by Astilbe

A writer’s convention at a haunted hotel gives author Jordan Kyle the perfect chance to do research for her next book. While ghost hunting through the century-old halls, she never expects to really find one. But when her sleep is filled with erotic dreams and the starring sex god shows up in the lobby the next day, she’s not sure if he’s real or a ghost with otherworldly desires.

Pragmatic cyber security consultant Aiden Flannery only believes in what he can see and hear and touch. But his dreams are invaded by a sexy redhead and her seductive peach scent tantalizes him by day. He catches the merest glimpse of her everywhere he goes then she’s gone, like a whisper in the wind.

Are there supernatural forces at work? Or is it their imagination? They only know, whether awake or asleep, these ghostly seductions are hot, hot, hot and they want more.

Anything can happen when you’re away from home for the weekend.

The sex scenes were incredibly well done. The chemistry between Jordan and Aiden was perfect, and I wouldn’t have changed a single thing about it. Sometimes passionate moments can begin in a heartbeat. When they’re being acted out by people as sensuous and seductive as these characters, it makes for a hot tale that has to be read to be believed.

I would have liked to see a little more attention paid to the supernatural elements of the plot. While I liked the fact that the text allowed the audience to decide for ourselves what we thought had happened, it would have been nice to have a few more hints about what Ms. Holt thought was going on here as both of the possible explanations for Aiden and Jordan’s intensely erotic dreams would have worked equally well. I simply wanted a little more information about which one was more likely!

The ending left me wanting more. It tied up enough loose ends to make the final scene feel satisfactory, but it also made me flip to the final page of the book to make sure I didn’t miss anything. I really wanted to know what happened to the characters next. To me, that’s a great sign. While I don’t know i the author is planning to write a sequel to this, I’d sure like to read it if she does!

Ghostly Seduction should be read by anyone who is looking for a short and sexy story.

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