Closer (Google eBook)
Dreams donít always come true. But sometimes nightmares do.
Bay City Paranormal Investigation, Book 4
After nine months of tumult, Sam Raintree is ready for some peace and quiet. A beach vacation with his boss and lover, Dr. Bo Broussard, promises to provide the serenity and reconnection they both need. Boís business and his children command a good deal of his time, and Sam is looking forward to two weeks of his loverís undivided attention.
Then a new case for the Bay City Paranormal Investigations team puts a crimp in Samís plans. Fort Medina, a seventeenth-century citadel guarding the mouth of Mobile Bay, is less than five miles from their vacation beach house. Bo invites the group to stay with them while investigating the place, promising Sam he wonít get involved. But Sam knows better. Sure enough, Bo canít resist joining the investigation, and talks Sam into doing the same.
Events take an alarming turn as Boís behavior becomes more erratic each day. Puzzled and frightened, Sam scrambles for an explanation while the man he loves turns into a volatile and unpredictable stranger.
When the truth comes out, it may already be too late to save Bo from a force neither of them can control.
This book has been previously published.
Warning: This book contains explicit male/male sex (including spanking and rimming), graphic language, violence, ghosts and monsters.
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Review: Closer (Bay City Paranormal Investigations #4)User Review - Kenna La Pointe - Goodreads
I continue to enjoy this series. It lives up to my expectations. There has been continual new developments in our main characters and the plot line is very interesting. Looking forward to more. Read full review
Review: Closer (Bay City Paranormal Investigations #4)User Review - Eyre - Goodreads
This fourth installment was just as intriguing as the first three. I'm still enjoying the evolution of Sam and Bo's relationship, but I keep wondering if Blue has something planned for the other characters. Dean and Andre definitely need their own stories. Read full review