Blayne Edwards' Hexed was a fun-filled read. The sex scenes were hot and the characters, alive and ghostly, were a riot.

Watching Nikki's relations ship with G, and the other spirits in her house was wonderful. Definitely a pleasurable way to spend a few hours reading.

Book Blurb for Hexed

Nikki sees dead people. She sees lots and lots of dead people. In fact, so many spirits have invaded Nikki’s home that she’s taken to naming them letters of the alphabet just so she can tell them apart. Ghosts are like cockroaches. You never have just one. So now they’re everywhere and they’re ruining Nikki’s life. That is, until one disembodied spirit offers a ghastly proposal to help Nikki get things back on track.
Nikki calls him G and she thinks he’s dead. And that’s okay with Dan. Nikki can call him whatever she wants so long as she goes back to being the woman he fell in love with. The first time Dan astrally projected into Nikki’s bedroom she was pleasuring herself. But that was dozens of letters ago. Now, Nikki doesn’t seem to find much pleasure in anything. Not even sex. Lucky for her, Dan has exactly what it takes to bring a woman like Nikki back to life.
Publisher Note: Hexed was previously published elsewhere and has been extensively revised for Ellora’s Cave.

Night Owl Reviews Jul, 2010 4.50