Giving Up the Ghost by GA Hauser

Giving Up the Ghost by GA Hauser
Publisher: Self-Published
Genre: Contemporary, Paranormal, LGBTQ, Erotic Romance, Holiday
Rating: 3 stars
Reviewed by Nymphaea

Two men, both victims of a tragic loss one Christmas Eve, can’t find peace. As each man suffers with his grief, neither seems able to move on or to find any hope in their lives. Ryan, the artist, paints bloody red canvases in order to cope with the pain of losing his one true love, Victor, while Paul, the violinist, uses music to heal his tortured soul at the lost of Evan, his beloved pianist. When one night Ryan hears piano music coming from a vacant unit next door to his apartment, he receives a visit from beyond the grave that changes his life forever.

Can two men who have suffered the anguish of losing their loved ones, find solace in each other? Or will the tragedy of their lives keep them from starting over.

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I picked up this book because I’d heard great things about GA Hauser’s work. The characters are interesting and the storyline is one many can relate to–losing a loved one and the holidays. This story takes place right before Christmas, which forces Paul and Ryan to confront their sadness, but to do it together.

The beginning was rather slow, I have to admit. It took me a while to get into the story and to know what was going on. I wanted to like Ryan and Paul from the beginning, but at times I got confused as to who was alive, who wasn’t and who was dating whom. It needed just a bit more editing to smooth out some of the edges–there were a missed word here and there and a few other oddities, but nothing that would take away from enjoying the read.

Once the story got going, it really sped along nicely. The connection was odd, but deep and I liked Paul and Ryan together. I certainly felt the angst and the creative genius in them. Plus, the hot scenes are hot.

If you’re looking for an angsty holiday read that will break your heart, but also make you smile, then this is the book for you.

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