Review: A Ghostly Ménage: Werewolf Paranormal by Eve Langlais

May 24, 2014 Review 0

Review: A Ghostly Ménage: Werewolf Paranormal by Eve Langlais

Forget ghosts with rattling chains, try dealing with ones who like to grope.

Desperate for change, Jenna buys a repossessed home on a whim. The townsfolk claim it's haunted, but Jenna's pretty sure all it needs is some TLC to stop the drafts. It doesn't take long before she realizes there's more going on than the vagaries of an old house. Something, or someone, is playing poltergeist with her house, and whatever it is keeps stroking her with ghostly fingers and haunting her dreams.

Derrick and Mark learned the hard way not to piss off a witch. But in their defense, as cocky werewolves, they weren't used to anything actually defying them. Unable to ask for help, they're forced to haunt their own home, which turns out to be less boring than expected when their fated mate suddenly becomes the new owner.

Disembodied or not, they end up taking haunting to a whole new erotic level.

Title: A Ghostly Menage
Author: Eve Langlais
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Mated to the Devil, B785, Doe and the Wolf, Swan and the Bear
Published by Self
Source: Author
Published: May 23, 2014
Genres: Erotic Paranormal Romance
Pages: 105
See the title at Goodreads
Purchase your copy: Visit the Author's Website

Stars: four-stars
Flames: five-flames

Any Eve Langlais book in my hands is sure to be a pleasurable read. A Ghostly Menage did not leave me wanting for anything. That’s not exactly true. This sexy little tale left me wanting a haunted house in the country with two hot werewolves wanting to do sinfully delightful things to me, dirty things. Sadly Jenna gets Derrick and Mark and all of their naughty.

Derrick and Mark are best friends that share everything in life. They are quite content with everything they have. They enjoy all life has to offer until a witch with devious goals and nefarious plans sets a spell on them that has them haunting their own home. The haunting turns to ghostly groping when Jenna moves in and they discover she is so much more than the new owner.

Jenna thinks her new home is simply old and has a personality of its own. It takes some sexy dreaming to discover that there is definitely personality involved in what is going on with her new home. In fact it is the personalities of two ghostly inhabitants trapped under a witch’s spell that has her experiencing a very touchy feely welcome wagon.

This tale is short and sexy and overflowing with sass and brass. Jenna complements her boys well. Mark and Derrick contrast enough that Jenna gets the best of everything these men have to offer.

Eve Langlais

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