Don't Dare The Reaper
What would you do if you were stuck in limbo with the Grim Reaper? What would you do if the Grim Reaper WASN’T the skeletal figure he’s portrayed? Would you make a deal with him? And just exactly what would that deal entail?
In this wonderful short story, Ms. Ellwood once again takes us to her immensely popular Dareville series. We meet up with Cal and Susie Briscoe on the way to their usual Tuesday night swing night with Bradie and Ellie Garriston. But along the way something happens and they end up in limbo, waiting on their fate to be decided.
What happens there … well I don’t want to give too much away … but it’s very hot and steamy and well worth the read. This is part of the Dareville series, kind of. There are some familiar characters from the series but is a complete stand alone short story.
I really enjoyed the little twist this story brought and loved the development of the characters and their growth. If you are a follower of the series you’ll definitely enjoy this work. If you’re new to the series this is a great way to be introduced to it. You’ll want to know more and will be looking forward to reading the rest of the series.
Special Notes: This is an erotic work and should only be read by those 18 or older. It also contains same sex sexual relationships and should be avoided by those who have a problem with such relationships.
Book Blurb for Don't Dare The Reaper
Heat rating: 3 Novas
Genre: Contemporary menage paranormal erotic romance
This is a part of the Phaze Raven line.
# of pages or word count: 35 pages
En route to a sexy Halloween soiree, Cal and Sue Briscoe are involved in a car accident and die...or do they?
Stranded between layers of the veil, they cling to each other with the hope that whatever happens, they will stay together. As the Grim Reaper - a handsome fellow introducing himself as Gil - tries to discern their fate, the Briscoes take advantage of the moment out of time to celebrate what could be their last chance for love...or the beginning of a new life.
Part of Leigh's award-winning Dareville series!
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