Sequel to Fish and GhostsHellsinger: Book Two Paranormal investigator Wolf Kincaid knows what his foot tastes like. Mostly because he stuck it firmly in his mouth when his lover, Tristan Pryce, accidentally drugged him with a batch of psychotropic baklava. Needing to patch things up between them, Wolf drags Tristan to San Luis Obispo, hoping Tristan’s medium ability can help evict a troublesome spirit haunting an old farmhouse. With Wolf’s sister handling Hoxne Grange’s spectral visitors, Tristan finds himself in the unique position of being able to leave home for the first time in forever, but Wolf’s roughshod treatment is the least of his worries. Tristan’s ad-hoc portal for passing spirits seems to be getting fewer and fewer guests, and despite his concern he’s broken his home, Tristan agrees to help Wolf’s cousin, Sey, kick her poltergeist to the proverbial curb. San Luis Obispo brings its own bushel of troubles. Tristan’s ghost whispering skill is challenged not only by a terrorizing haunting but also by Wolf’s skeptical older cousin, Cin. Bookended by a pair of aggressive Kincaids, Tristan soon finds himself in a spectral battle that threatens not only his sanity but also his relationship with Wolf, the first man he’s ever loved.
About the Author
She's also quite skeptical about bios without a dash of something personal, and really, who doesn't mention their cats, dog, and cars in a bio? She shares the house with Yoshi, a grumpy tuxedo cat, and Tam, a diabetic black pygmy panther, as well as a ginger cairn terrorist named Gus. Rhys is also enslaved to the upkeep a 1979 Pontiac Firebird and enjoys murdering make-believe people.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This second Hellsinger book definitely has a ramped up ick factor, but it's worth it to watch Tristan and Wolf solidify their relationship. We are also introduced to more, and ever increasingly interesting, characters in our mc's lives. The ending absolutely screams there will be another book in this world of spirits, and I, for one, cannot wait!
~Reviewed by ANN & posted at Under the Covers Book Blog Second in the Hellsinger series, DUCK DUCK GHOST continues Wolf and Tristan’s romance as well as dive back into the quirky, spooky world that Rhys Ford has created. In the first book, Wolf and Tristan experience a minor setback in their relationship so in the first few chapters of this book, Ford spends some considerable time trying to mend that break. To do that, she puts Wolf and Tristan together in close quarters. If you’re already familiar with Ford’s writing, you know that hilarious things are bound to happen. In addition to the paranormal aspect of this book, Ford beings forth plenty of sexual tension, the kind that makes the story delicious. If you’re a fan of Josephine Myles’ quirky characters and writing style, then you’ll absolutely fall for Rhys Ford’s take on ghost stories. Some suspicious activity brings Wolf and Tristan to San Luis Obispo where their next task is to find out what is going on. In the midst of that, Ford explores both of Tristan and Wolf’s personalities more. Much of it is displayed in their quick wit and dialogue, which provides much of the humor in the story. However, there are plenty to secondary characters that also evoke the laughter. A culmination of romance, humor, and things that go bump in the night, DUCK DUCK GHOST is a gratifying installment to the Hellsinger series. *ARC provided by author