A brush with death and a brief trip to the hereafter left vintage clothing store owner Nicki Styx an unwilling ghoulfriend to the dead. She can see and hear spirits, and boy, do they want to be heard! Luckily, her new boyfriend, sexy doc Joe Bascombe, is there to help, especially when Nicki faces her latest ghost, a woman in pink sequins who holds the key to some family secrets.
Unfortunately for Nicki, it turns out that there are more skeletons in the family closet than she thought, including a twin sister and a mysterious house full of spirits and surprises. Things go from bad to worse when the Devil himself shows up, determined to lure Nicki from Joe's side.
Demons may be a ghoul's best friend, but with this particular hottie, it could be a match made in hell!
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"Am I just imagining something between us?"
Sammy's voice was low, his fingers warmly persuasive. He wore heavy silver rings, a thumb ring and two others.
"I'd like to get to know you better, Nicki." He squeezed my hand, not letting me pull away. "I'd like to make love to you."
My body throbbed, bringing a surge of guilt along with a surge of juices.
What was it about this guy that made him so sexy?
The old Nicki would've jumped his bones in a heartbeat and worried about guilt and explanations later.
Those blue eyes were incredible, and he smelled like forbidden fruit - juicy, and just within reach. I could stretch out my hand...
A Southern girl with an overactive imagination, RITA® and PRISM Award winner Terri Garey lives in Florida, where anything weird is considered normal. Her novels have been described as "smoldering" by Publishers Weekly, and "sultry and upbeat" by Library Journal. Even though she's a big scaredy-cat who can't watch horror movies or visit haunted houses, she loves moonlit graveyards, moss-covered headstones and the idea that life goes on even after it's over. You can visit her on the web, friend her on Facebook and even occasionally find her on Twitter.
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