Mystical Convergency by Katherine Halle

Mystical Convergency by Katherine Halle
Publisher: Torquere Press
Genre: Holiday, Paranormal, Contemporary
Length: Short Story (18 pgs)
Other: M/M, Anal Play
Rating: 4.5 stars
Reviewed by Fern

It’s Halloween, and Greg’s restaurant is preparing for a big night, with orange and black decorations and a pumpkin-themed menu. His boyfriend, demon hunter Lane, is out with two of their friends on some unknown excursion, and Greg can’t help but worry when they are running late for their reservation. Lane promises the night will be uneventful, but honestly Greg is hoping for a little bit of action himself, but not the demon kind of action. Take one horny chef, one demon hunter in serious need of a vacation, add in Halloween and see what brews.

Greg had met his boyfriend Lane when a demon had threatened him. A demon-hunter, Lane had fixed that problem and the two men had been an item in the month since. It’s now Halloween and Greg’s restaurant is celebrating with a fun pumpkin theme. Friends are joining them for dinner and Greg’s looking forward to a relaxed, entertaining evening with his lover.

I really enjoyed the pace of this story, quick enough to keep moving but without feeling rushed. I enjoyed getting to know Greg and Lane, I thought their characters meshed really well together and the world Ms Halle painted was vivid and interesting. I’d enjoy reading more of these characters and the supernatural goings on and was pleased to see there seemed to be others by her in this world. This is a short story – so the plot isn’t overly complicated, but I found it a fun, snappy read. I also really appreciated the wit wound into a paranormal, dangerous world filled with all kinds of creatures and hunters. With excellent characterization and an interesting take on Halloween, this is sure to appeal to many readers.

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