Loose Ends

Loose Ends

by Morgan Brice

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Book four in the Badlands series.

Cold cases, old enemies, ex-lovers, and vengeful spirits are making life dangerous for psychic medium Simon Kincaide and his boyfriend, homicide detective Vic D'Amato.

The ghosts of Myrtle Beach are restless, trapped by love, secrets, scandals, and spells, keeping Simon busy protecting the living from the unhappy dead. Someone from Vic's past is out to destroy him and everyone he holds dear, and the high-profile trial of the first case Simon and Vic worked together puts them in the spotlight—and put a target on their backs. As a deadly trap closes around them, can Simon and Vic tie up the loose ends to stop the threat, or will they become the newest ghosts of the Grand Strand? 

Loose Ends is an urban fantasy MM paranormal romance with spooky supernatural suspense, hot sex, hurt/comfort, feisty friends, found family, ghosts galore, and dark magic. It is part of a series but can be read as a standalone and features an evolving, established romantic relationship with all the feels. Intended for readers 18 years of age and older.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940163116157
Publisher: Darkwind Press
Publication date: 12/30/2019
Series: Badlands , #4
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 110,650
File size: 443 KB

About the Author

Morgan Brice is the romance pen name of bestselling author Gail Z. Martin. Morgan writes urban fantasy male/male paranormal romance, with plenty of action, adventure, and supernatural thrills to go with the happily ever after.?Gail writes epic fantasy and urban fantasy, and together with co-author hubby Larry N. Martin, steampunk and comedic horror, all of which have less romance and more explosions.?

On the rare occasions Morgan isn’t writing, she’s either reading, cooking, or spoiling two very pampered dogs.

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Loose Ends 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
ELF-thereadingaddict 12 days ago
4.5 out of 5 stars “Loose Ends” by Morgan Brice continues to detail the adventures of Simon Kincaide, who is getting more comfortable in using his psychic powers, and his boyfriend, Detective Vic D’Amato, who has become a believer and ardent supporter of Simon. There are restless spirits centering around a cursed amusement park, Vic is also having a string of negative experiences, and each has to deal with an unwelcome visitor from his past. Tensions and danger mount and the question arises…will there be two (or more) new ghosts haunting Myrtle Beach? I have always been fascinated by the idea of having psychic powers, and I enjoy reading about the men who populate this series and the connecting ones written under the Gail Z. Martin name. The details are rich enough that I almost feel like I have visited the city and gotten its ambience, and the affection and loyalty that the main characters share make me wish I could know them in real life. Now, I have always been uncomfortable with the idea of ghosts and interacting with them, so I could never display the panache that Simon has, but I am enthralled by his adventures. The title was very apropos, since there are several loose ends that are dealt with, and the combination of danger, passion, romance, and family connections make this one of my favorites of the series. I have had the fortune to have read many of the books of the series, but I think it would be possible to read this story as a stand-alone without being too lost. I love the connection between these two men, and I look forward to reading about more of their adventures. A copy of this title was provided for review
Amanda Salsgiver 23 days ago
The character developmet, all the little plot bunnies that some how come together to the final whodunit are all on point. This book had the history, paranormal and good ole fashioned sleuthing that I enjoy on this series. Now I need to plan a trip to Myrtle Beach to see if I can spot Vic and Simon (minus all the crazies of course)