- File Size: 3382 KB
- Print Length: 80 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Burning Up the Sheets, LLC. (April 16, 2018)
- Publication Date: April 16, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07C847W81
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #746,974 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This book has heat, some emotion and a very small amount of angst.
Overall, great m/m book!
My only gripe is that there were a lot of missing words in the book, something that is supposed to be fixed during the editing process. Sloppy editing is something that bothers me a lot, and I've stopped reading books for less, but in this case the story was strong and interesting enough to overshadow any irritation I had. That said, I strongly recommend "Ghost" if you enjoy an intelligent, fast paced contemporary MM romance.
I will be repeating myself, but Robin Covington impresses me with every book she writes. GHOST is her latest M/M romance, a novella that I wished would have been much longer, and I hope we will see more of those characters in the future because there is so much more to tell: the story behind TJ and Amal; a story featuring Ellis Walsh - Oliver’s business partner and one-time lover - and more of Oliver and Gareth. Ms. Covington’s descriptions of the characters made them crystal clear in my mind, and Gareth, oh what a beautiful man I imagined! I also loved that neither man was Caucasian: Gareth is a Cree, and Oliver is half Korean. I find it fascinating that within so few pages, Ms. Covington is able to engage me in her stories so fully.
Robin Covington is well-known for her steamy sex scenes, and those in GHOST were remarkable, and even more creative than usual; tender and sizzling, and wow! There were so many angles to explore: the graphic novel world; Oliver and Gareth’s issues with their fathers; the uncertainty around Gareth’s future, and the very intriguing Ellis. GHOST is a gripping story, beautifully written, with emotions galore and fabulous characters. My only wish is that we get more of everything that was in this novella, because it was all too good to end so quickly. I’ve come to expect the best from Robin Covington, and again she delivers.
I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
To the outside world Oliver is a brash and arrogant business man, one of the co-founders of a very successful comic company. His drive and ruthless ambition are a cover up for the feelings of inadequacy his father has instilled in him. As a result once he’s set his mind on achieving something he will do whatever it takes to get it. This time he wants the elusive “G” to sign to his comic company. G is a brilliant artist with a unique comic and all the publishing companies have their sights set on him.
Unknown to Oliver is that G is Gareth the man he had a one night stand with 3 years ago, the man he left the morning after without even saying goodbye. Both men have secretly wished for more from that night all those years ago, but can they navigate a personal relationship alongside Oliver’s ruthless business streak.
I received an arc of this book and am voluntarily leaving an honest and unbiased review.
Oh yes, more please! I adored this story of Oliver and Gareth. Oliver being the business driven, self absorbed man trying to get his father's approval. Gareth being the handsome, creative artist who has hidden his amazing talent behind the reclusive persona by the name of "G".
The amazing night they shared years before has stayed with each of them Oliver left without a word or a note, because he didn't want to leave. Gareth never really knew why Oliver took off. Now Oliver wants Gareth for business reasons, or so was his original plan. The time spent together reminds them both of chemistry they have together. Now, Oliver has to decide which is more important to him - having Gareth in his arms or being on his payroll?
Robin Covington tells a beautiful story of falling in love, reluctantly and thoroughly. My favorite kind of story!