What Hides Inside

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Samhain Publishing, Nov 12, 2010 - Fiction - 273 pages
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Facing an alternate-reality horror: deadly. Facing their own secrets: much, much worse.

Bay City Paranormal Investigations, Book 2

In one fateful, first week with Bay City Paranormal Investigations, Sam Raintree learned he’s psychic, possesses the power to open interdimensional portals and accidentally let loose an unimaginable horror. If that wasn’t a busy enough schedule, he also began a relationship with his boss, the firmly closeted Dr. Bo Broussard.

Three months later, Bo’s wedding ring is off, but he isn’t ready to come out. Sam, tired of hiding, can hear their relationship creaking under the burden of secrets. Cracks appear when Bo hires Dean, a new investigator who’s bi, out and openly interested in Sam. During an intense investigation into the mysterious disappearance of three students from South Bay High School, Bo’s stubbornly cold shoulder leaves Sam only one way to go: toward Dean.

As he wonders if he should continue the fight for Bo’s love, the team discovers shades of Oleander House echoing in South High’s halls. Sam pushes his newfound psychic abilities to the limit—until an eruption of nightmarish proportions threatens to take the decision out of his hands. Permanently.

This book has been previously published.

Warning: This title contains explicit, male/male angry sex, break-up sex, make-up sex, violent creatures with a taste for human flesh, sex and down-and-dirty language.

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User Review  - Bea_writer - LibraryThing

Where the heck has this author been? I completely missed this series, and I am voraciously consuming the rest of them. This book has a little bit more of the romance aspect and there is actual sex. I ... Read full review

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User Review  - Tam2603 - LibraryThing

Not very good, and really just a continuation of book 1. The mystery is the same with some dead teenagers thrown in for suspense. I had also a strange deja vue, because one sex scene was double, as if ... Read full review

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