Still grieving over the sudden death of his lover, antiques dealer Flynn Ambrose moves to the old, ramshackle house on Pitch Pine Lane to catalog and sell the large inventory of arcane and oddball items that once filled his late uncle's mysterious museum. But not all the items are that easy to catalog. Or get rid of...
The Haunted Heart series. Four seasons. Four ghosts. Two hearts. Winter. Since Alan died, Flynn isn't eating, isn't sleeping, and isn't spending a lot of time looking in mirrors. But maybe he should pay a little more attention - because something in that 18th Century mirror is looking at him.
**This title contains gay erotic content**
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This is another winner from Josh Lanyon. This is the first book in a series. It is primarily a ghost story with a underlying budding romance. But I think this is going to be a slow burn romance, similar to the Adrien English series. Both men have demons to tackle and they are not really address (or in Kirk's case even revealed) in this book. But the ghost story is very compelling and I was freaked out a couple of times. The narrator does a great job with all the voices and the inherent creepiness. Can't wait for the next book. Definitely worth a credit.
The story is compelling and Lee Samuels' narration beautifully conveys all the suspense and emotion.
Josh Lanyon's "Dark Farewell," in which spiritualism is the focus: can we communicate with the dead?
Emotional context; drama. He made the characters, including a dead one, come alive.
It was mesmerizing.
A full-blown ghost story and mystery. It raises the question does Josh Lanyon believe in ghosts? Whether or not he does, even if you are a total materialist, at least while you're listening, he'll make a believer of you.
And it made my six hour road trip fly by.
A new twist for Josh and I cannot wait for the next installment.
This is a ghost story, but not about a ghost hunter.
Flynn's pain and heartache call to a ghost caught in a mirror, can they figure out who she is and how to help her move on? and more importantly: Can Flynn learn to love again......?We'll have to wait and see.
The story is fantastic: funny, poignant, suspenseful, with wonderful, memorable characters and lots of food for thought. Adding to that Lee Samuels' narration, which is great, made for a very enjoyable listening experience. I'll definitely listen to this audio again.
Dark currents, surprising.
Hmm, can't quite find a comparison. Similar feel to Ghost Who Wore Yellow Socks, but with a paranormal plot.
Kirk, he's a bit different than Lanyon's usual characters. He's dark, edgy, experienced, war-torn, tough, but seems to have a big soft heart.
Hmmm, not sure either one would make a great dinner conversationalist really. Maybe the deceased crazy uncle. I have plenty of questions for him.
Once again, so many interesting layers in this book, that I can't wait to unveil the next book!
Super story- very well narrated. I especially like the slow building romance between the characters.
"Enjoyable, but not deep."
From the outset, I found the storyline easy to listen to and with a flow that is perfect for audiobooks. Not too many characters to fuddle the mind while getting to grips with the goings-on. The narrator is excellent, his voice being clear and sure of his craft. A few predictable happenings, but overall, a good and reliable story. I would have liked to have seen a little depth to the plot (was there one?), but the only real negative I can offer was that it was written for the fast sell seeing everything was on the surface.
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