Moving to Shadow Hills was supposed to be the start of a new life for Lachlan MacAuley, and for a while, the sleepy little town provided exactly what he’d been seeking. His debut novel had soared to the top of the bestseller charts, and each subsequent book only boosted his popularity. Though he had more imaginary friends than real ones, he was happy, finally living his dream as a published author.
Then, in one tragic moment, everything changed.
Xeno knows the rules. He knows the risks of bringing a human into his world, but when he meets Lachlan at the local coffeehouse, he can’t deny there’s something between them. The connection goes deeper than mere physical attraction, though, and more than anything, he wants to mend the broken author and help to pick up the shattered remains of his life.
So many obstacles stand between them and their happy ending, but if they can learn to lean on one another, believe they can trust again, it may just be a holiday they’ll never forget.
Ghostwriter delivered a quiet calm in the face of inner turmoil and self-doubt. Zayne Michaels told the tale of romance author Lachlan and his inability to cope with reality after an accident which almost took his life. Back on his feet, the slightly reclusive writer spends in days at a local coffee shop hoping to get back into the groove of writing and if he were just lucky enough, life.
Xeno worked at the coffee shop and found Lachlan fascinating. His beautiful and delicate looks, his sad face, and the fact that the man sat, drank coffee and at times typed away on his lap top. Introducing himself and making small talk to his romance author idol opened a door into the life of the man, his mate.
Ms. Michael’s wrote a different spin on the paranormal world, gave life and substance to the species of Lykos and brought the readers a love story. Ms. Michael’s wrote of tenderness and sensual sex, with passion and raw emotion that emphasized the sanctity of love and the importance of acceptance.
Lachlan and Xeno relied on each other for companionship and support, each giving and taking as needed whether aware or not. I found this story to be one of a true testament of the willingness to face adversity and trust in each other. Good things come to those who have faith.
A five handcuff review