Author ~ Indra Vaughn
Published ~ 18 November 2015
Genre ~ Paranormal M/M Romance, Christmas
Nathaniel O’Donnelly likes his life quiet, his guests happy, and his ghosts well-behaved.
Although a boyfriend wouldn’t go amiss. Someone to share his beautiful B&B with, even if it is in the middle of nowhere and he’s long past the wrong side of thirty. Problem is, Nathaniel's living with a ghost who thinks he’s cupid, and whose arrows fly a little too straight.
Gabriel Wickfield had the unfortunate luck of dying before his time, and now he’s stuck trying to make romance happen to earn his right to move along. Not that he’s bored in the meantime--Nathaniel is just too easy to tease. And also a little bit scrumptious…
With the curse reaching its expiration date, Gabriel needs to make this final match this Christmas. Without it, nothing but darkness awaits.
Love can conquer all, but can it beat death?
The Winter Spirit by Indra Vaughn is a sweet holiday M/M romance guaranteed to put anyone in the Christmas spirit. This book is a heart-warming gem about a bed and breakfast owner who has put love on the back-burner and a matchmaking ghost.
Nathaniel O’Donnelly took over his uncle’s B & B upon his death twelve years ago. Since then he has turned the dilapidated business into a success. Nate may not have anyone to share his life and work with; however, he is happy living a quiet life and running a business that he loves. If only he could figure out how to deal with Gabriel Wickfield, a ghost who has been successfully haunting his B & B even before Nate took over. Gabriel makes it a point to ensure that Nate does not forget that he exists as he tries assist Nate in matters of the heart. Gabriel wants to see Nate fall in love even the path is a little too straight for Nate’s liking.
I won’t go into any further details when it comes to the overall story arc as it would simply give too much away. I will say that what you get is two very endearing protagonists and a sweet, fun and light-hearted love story that will leave you happily sighing and clutching your heart. Definitely a book to read curled up by a fire with a hot cocoa or a nice glass of wine. My only complaint is that I wanted more. LOL! I guess that’s just me being selfish! ;)