Title: Anywhere You Go
Series: Unfinished Business, # 2
Author: Keelan Ellis
Genre: MMM or More, Ghosts/Spirits, Paranormal
Length: 103 pages
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (December 30, 2015)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥4 Hearts
Blurb: Jess Early and Eli Dunn, owners of Ruth’s Haven Bed and Breakfast, love married life. Every jealousy bump and insecure thought is just another expected growing pain. But with Jess redefining his relationship with his best friend and ex-fiancée Cassie and Eli’s friend Travis staying with the guys while going through marital problems of his own, things haven’t been feeling quite right between them.
Not to forget, the home’s ghostly previous owners, Clay Bailey and Silas Denton, still reside in their former bedroom and delight in making their presence known—including invading Travis’s dreams in an attempt to help. They give Travis a vivid glimpse of their adventurous trip to Paris in the early 1960s and some insight about his marriage.
With tensions mounting, Eli’s father suffers a heart attack. Now Jess and Eli must remain strong and at the same time confront their evolving feelings. The young couple’s struggles become a lesson in the true meanings of love, loyalty and marriage.
Product Link: http://www.dreamspinnerpress.com/store/product_info.php?products_id=7262
Review: This is the second book in Unfinished Business.
Jess and Eli are happy and content with their lives. I really liked this couple. They seemed genuine in their feelings for the other.
But like all relationships there are issues that need to be worked through. One seems to come around in the form of Travis, Eli’s friend, who is also having issues with his husband and decides to get away for a while to think.
I found it funny and amusing that even Clay and Silas promised to leave Travis alone that was not the case. They sent him erotic dreams that actually helped him with his own relationship in the end.
I loved how the story flowed smoothly from the ghosts intermingling with the living. It was a great read that I thoroughly enjoyed.
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