I’m delighted to say that my romantic suspense novel Wight Mischief (previously published by Dreamspinner) is now once more available on Kindle – and for the first time, in KU:
A ghost of a chance at love.
Personal trainer Will Golding has been looking forward to a getaway with his best friend, Baz, a journalist researching a book on ghosts. But on the first day of their camping trip on the Isle of Wight, Will takes a walk on a secluded beach and spies a beautiful young man skinny-dipping by moonlight. Ethereally pale, he’s too perfect to be real—or is he?
Lonely author Marcus Devereux is just as entranced by the tall athlete he encounters on the beach, but he’s spent the years since his parents’ violent death building a wall around his heart, and the thought of letting Will scale it is terrifying. Marcus’s albinism gives him his otherworldly appearance and leaves him reluctant to go out in daylight, his reclusiveness encouraged by his guardian—who warns him to stay away from Will and Baz.
The attraction between Will and Marcus can’t be denied—but neither can the danger of the secrets haunting Marcus’s past, as one “accident” after another strikes Will and Baz. If they don’t watch their step, they could end up added to the island’s ghostly population.
Available on Kindle and in KU
I’ll be rolling out my other ex Dreamspinner novels and novellas into KU over the next few weeks, all going well, so watch this space!
Here’s a little snippet from Wight Mischief to whet (wet? *g*) your appetite:
Marcus turned, his eyes ghoulishly wide in the moonlight.
“He’s coming,” he said, his voice thin and high.
Will cursed. “Jump,” he shouted. Marcus squeezed his hand once, then more or less tumbled over the railing and into the black, foaming water below. Will felt like he’d been stabbed again when Marcus was swallowed up as if by some malevolent sea creature. Trying not to panic, he vaulted the rail and plunged down to join him.
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The bigger they come, the harder they fall… in love.
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