Dennis Hagen is a revered paranormal investigator sent to do a psychic reading on a reportedly haunted house. Dennis soon encounters March, a tall, broad shouldered, sexy spirit who is trapped in the abandoned building and seeks freedom. A freedom, which can only be granted by an erotic encounter. Can Dennis resist the undeniable desire he feels for the ghost or will he give in and help set his spirit free?
Four hours after walking into the dwelling he was certain of two things: There was an entity in the building, and it was having a good time staying just beyond the reach of his instruments as well as his consciousness. Irritated, Dennis stood at the front door. As he reached for the brass doorknob, someone laughed lightly in his ear. He stepped back and waited. “I know you’re there and if you want to talk I’ll listen, but I’ve had enough of your games.” A male figure materialized between Dennis and the inlaid stained glass panel in the ornate door. The sexy voice that came from the oh-so-kissable lips made his insides flip-flop.
“But you like to play games, Dennis,” the voice teased.
Smiling at the handsome male apparition, Dennis took a half step back for a better view. Definitely someone Dennis could fall for, if he had been alive, of course. He was taller than Dennis by several inches, and broader in the shoulders, with. long blue-black hair, eyes you could practically fall into, a muscular body, trim waist and legs that went on and on. Black trousers molded to his body and a cotton, button- down shirt open enough to reveal thick black chest hair. Yep, the ghost was his type of man, all right.
“I like games, yes. With the right sort of men. You, unfortunately, are dead and can’t play the sort of games I like to play, now can you?”
The ghost’s eyes twinkled with merriment, the corners of his mouth curled up into a beguiling smile. “Hmm. That does pose a bit of a problem, doesn’t it?”