ARC Review: Fish and Ghosts by Rhys Ford

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ARC Review: Fish and Ghosts by Rhys Ford
Fish and Ghosts

4 Stars


Book Info

Released: Dec. 30, 2013
Genre: LGBT, Paranormal Romance
Series: Hellsinger #1
Published by Dreamspinner Press
Pages: 240
Format: eARC

 

FISH AND GHOSTS becomes a book that stands out as unique and sexy! ~ Under the Covers

FISH AND GHOSTS is the first in Rhys Ford’s Hellsinger series. Tristan Pryce returns to his family estate, the Hoxne Grange after the unfortunate death of his Uncle Mortimer. He is now tasked with running the estate that has been haunted for years. However, Dr. Wolf Kincaid and his paranormal researchers from Hellsinger Investigations, are hired to put this to rights and debunk the idea of a haunted house and ghosts. As their meeting starts off as business, it soon turns into something far more carnal than either of them expected.

Ford creates such a spooky ambience for this book. I loved the lush descriptions, the kooky characters and the paranormal aspect to this storyline. It definitely makes it unique and highly entertaining. There are some instances where I thought the narrative strayed a little bit, resulting in some slower parts. However, it always tightens up once again and works itself out.

If there was one word I had to use to describe this, it would be fun. It’s really enjoyable to see these two vastly different men finding love in each other. Paired with the upbeat dialogue and the ghost hunting, FISH AND GHOSTS becomes a book that stands out as unique and sexy!

*ARC provided by author

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About Rhys Ford

Rhys Ford was born and raised in Hawai’i then wandered off to see the world. After chewing through a pile of books, a lot of odd food, and a stray boyfriend or two, Rhys eventually landed in San Diego, which is a very nice place but seriously needs more rain.

Rhys admits to sharing the house with three cats, a black Pomeranian puffball, a bonsai wolfhound, and a ginger cairn terrorist. Rhys is also enslaved to the upkeep a 1979 Pontiac Firebird, a Toshiba laptop, and a red Hamilton Beach coffee maker.

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Timitra

Thanks for the author intro Annie.

Elizabeth

Sounds pretty good….thanks annie

Amy R

The question I have if the book more on the fun quirky side or the spooky side, I don’t do spooky very well.

Under the Covers Book Blog

I’d say more quirky. Ford’s writing style is more upbeat, so definitely not something like a thriller or horror.