Dylan's Dilemma A handsome hunk, sceptical of ghosts, and the bad boy ex-con who's stolen his heart, have a rousing good time at Whiskers' Seaside Inn. Dylan Wyatt doesn't believe in ghosts. That's what he keeps telling himself, night after night, when noises and unusual happenings at Whiskers' Seaside Inn wake him. He's there for two weeks running the place while his brother Cade and groom Ethan are away on their honeymoon. His first assignment is to oversee the removal of the wedding tent, tables and chairs. Dylan decides he's more interested in watching one of the workmen, handsome, hunky Scott. Besides having a tiger tattoo running from his neck to his wrist, Scott's got a waist-length braid and has done prison time. He's not Dylan's usual type, but that might be part of the attraction. Dylan hires the handyman to do some work at Whiskers', and winds up getting a lot more than he bargained for. Like it or not, Dylan's forced to figure out what's going on if things at Whiskers' are ever going to return to normal. If there is a Whiskers' normal? Frankie's Flame They say opposites attract. Can a geek and a hunk find happiness among the ghostly apparitions at Whisker's Seaside Inn? Two very different men with one shared problem. Frankie Nelson is a computer geek with a problem. He's caught his life partner cheating on him, and the socially awkward side of him is not sure how to deal with it. He decides to get away and clear his head, winding up at Whiskers' Seaside Inn, the Oceanside home of his Aunt Delia. Raul Herrara is a sporty outdoorsman who doesn't even own a computer. When he meets Frankie it's apparent they have little in common-other than a mutual deep lusty desire for each other. Just when Raul realises he's fallen for the shy nerd, Frankie's partner comes to claim him. Unless Frankie can speak up for himself, the new relationship may be over before it's really begun.
Publisher: Totally Entwined Group Limited
Number of pages: 254
Weight: 290 g
Dimensions: 203 x 133 x 15 mm