Featuring a Lieutenant Eve Dallas novella, this collection of paranormal romance stories from five New York Times bestselling authors will take you to a realm where suspense, desire, and love have no bounds…
“Possession in Death” / J.D. Robb: Lieutenant Eve Dallas has always sought justice for the dead, but now, a victim will seek her own vengeance-through Eve.
“The Other Side of the Coin” / Mary Blayney: An earl and his countess struggle to understand one another, until they spend a day in each other’s shoes-and bodies.
“The Dancing Ghost” / Patricia Gaffney: To prove her ancestral home is haunted, a woman hires a spirit investigator, but they end up debunking the mystery of love.
“Almost Heaven” / Ruth Ryan Langan: A couple who dies in a car accident struggle to stay in their daughter’s life to save her from the wrong man.
“Never Too Late to Love” / Mary Kay McComas: A practical woman is faced with the most impractical ghosts, who can’t rest in peace until they find what they have lost.
* from Goodreads
Hott Review of Possession in Death:
Possession in Death is an enthralling paranormal novella I just couldn’t put down… and this was the third time I’ve read it!
The plot is one that’s too true to discount and the added benefit of the family Eve’s built and this new side of Eve and you won’t want to miss this.
I didn’t love the language and the steam seemed to just be there because it was supposed to be, neither added to the story, but they also weren’t overwhelming or overdone.
More about Possession in Death (and The Other Side):
|Source:||I purchased an eBook copy of The Other Side on June 17, 2017.I originally purchased a paperback boock copy when it was released.|
|Publisher & Date:||November 30th 2010 by Jove Books (first published January 1st 2010)|
|ISBN:||0515148679 (ISBN13: 9780515148671)|
|Pages:||90 | 407|
|Steam:||Adult – a lot of foul language, several intimate scenes and conversations|
|Setting:||2060 NY, NY|
|Series:||In Death, 31.5|
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