Rose is a bit of a curiosity amongst the upper class. Her ‘ability’ to see ghosts makes her a popular subject amongst the gossips. However, Rose doesn’t think debunking tree limbs really qualifies as seeing spirits. She makes do with it though, as her late husband left her with huge debts to pay. Lady Denville’s problem isn’t simply a case of tree limbs brushing the window though, Jonathan and Lionel are real spirits, trapped in the house. My only issue is that Rose kept comparing Jonathon and Lionel to her late husband. Rosé is such a kind caring soul, that no matter what the two men ask of her, she’s willing to do it, even if it means her own life will be over.
Whispers is a great short book to curl up with on a rainy/snowy day. Just the right amount of heat, and steamy action, with enough of a plot to keep you interested. I love Suzanne Rock’s ability to tell erotic stories with varying levels of heat. I highly recommend that you go out and get one of her books, if you’ve never had the pleasure of reading one yet. Whispers would be a great book to introduce yourself to Ms. Rock's writing.
Rose is skeptical when Lady Denville hires her to take care of some ghosts in her townhouse. She expects to find a nest of rats or leaky water pipes. Instead she finds two sexy spirits intent on fulfilling her every sexual desire. They introduce her to a whole new world of pleasure -- and a curse that may destroy them all.
Lionel and Jonathan have been trapped in the townhouse for decades, waiting. When Rose walks in, they know that she is the one with the power to save them. The key to their freedom lies within reach, and both men must put aside their differences if they ever hope to break the curse that binds them to the townhouse. As the men set out to seduce Rose and gain their freedom, their sexual desire turns into something more. Now they must be honest with the woman they love, or stay imprisoned in the spirit world forever.
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual situations, graphic language, and material that some readers may find objectionable: anal play/intercourse, male/male sexual practices, menage.