A Tale Of Two Spirits by Sean Michael

A Tale Of Two Spirits by Sean Michael
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: Contemporary, Holiday (Christmas), Paranormal
Length: Short Story (43 pgs)
Other: M/M, Anal Play, Rimming
Rating: 3.5 stars
Reviewed by Fern

Danny knows the bookstore he owns has a ghost haunting it, and for eight years they’ve lived in harmony. Three days before Christmas — Danny’s busiest time of year — his ghost suddenly turns nasty, throwing books at him, knocking displays over, and deliberately hurting him.

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Can Denim banish the evil spirit haunting Danny’s store and save Danny’s Christmas? Danny sure hopes so, especially after he meets the handsome medium.

Danny loved his book store and found genuine pleasure in his work – but the lead up to Christmas was a madhouse of long days and a lot of exhaustion. After nearly two weeks of fourteen hour work days, Danny isn’t in the mood to be harassed by the ghost that he knows shares the space with his book store. For eight years Danny and the ghost have co-existed in peace, but when the spirit becomes violent and aggressive Danny knows he has to do something. Denim comes to help Danny with his problems, but can they both find something more this Christmas time?

This is a really fun and different Christmas story. While I enjoyed the ghostly aspect to it – I personally really loved the connection between Danny and Denim and loved the setting of the used book store. I was a little surprised to find a few typo’s had been missed by the editors (Denim was Demin three times throughout the short story) but that was just a small blip on my enjoyment of the story. Overall I really liked the set up of the story and found the chemistry between Danny and Denim to be lovely. The sexy shenanigans added a good bit of heat to the story and there was just enough paranormal plot to make the book interesting and different to me.

The pace of the whole story is fairly quick, but at no stage did I feel like Danny and Denim were shortchanged. Indeed, their romance moving along at a quick clip helped me get a good feel for what their relationship together in the future would probably look like and I really enjoyed that.

Readers looking for a Christmassy, sexy and sensual read – with a ghostly book store thrown in as a bonus – can’t go past this short story as far as I’m concerned. A great, quick read.

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