Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Review: A Silence Kept (A Ghost Story) by Theo Fenraven

Title: A Silence Kept (A Ghost Story) 
Author: Theo Fenraven
Publisher: Voodoo Lily Press
Rating: 4/5 Hearts


Manhattan-based Mikal Gray rents a summer getaway and discovers there's already someone in residence: a very persistent ghost. His friend, Alice, sends help in the form of a sexy ghost hunter named Seth. Together, they unravel the mystery behind the haunting and discover the heart always searches for what it needs...and often finds it.


Theo Fenraven brings us a very short story that packs a punch. Mikal is broken hearted and decides to rent a country home that is reputedly haunted. He doesn't care and takes the rental regardless. After finding that the rumours are true Mikal calls in a ghost hunter to rid him of his persistent guest. In their quest to help the ghost, the also discover feelings for each other.

All in all, I loved this story. It was very moving and it kept me glued to the page. My complaint is, as always, with Mr. Fenraven, that it simply wasn't long enough. More, More, More! Honestly though, this is one of my favorite Fenraven stories.

So if you like m/m with a ghost thrown in, this story is for you.

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