Wake-Up Call (Lesbian Ghost Hunters, #1)

Merlyn Sloane
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She comes to me in the morning.

Every day the ghost visits her. It started as a wake-up call, but as her visits become more frequent, the recipient, a young maid, starts to get nervous. There’s nothing she can do except lie back and enjoy it—until what she fears the most happens: they’re caught. Mysterious, dark-eyed R.J. knows exactly what’s happening to her. But she also knows exactly how to deal with it...

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“How do I make her leave me alone?”

The ghost hunter flicked her long hair over her shoulder to look back at me. I held my breath, waiting for the answer.

"You have to give her what she wants,” she said, drawing out the sentence into something long and supremely sensual. “What she craves."

Then the corners of her red lips curved up to reveal two full rows of wicked white teeth. "You have to give her release."

This 10,000 word novelette is intended for mature audiences.
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Merlyn Sloane
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30
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English
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Fiction / Lesbian
Fiction / Romance / Paranormal
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The ghost hunters take their apprentice to the hottest club in town—one where hunters and ghosts intermingle. The atmosphere is overwhelming, but more overwhelming are the tensions rising between R.J. and Valentine. And the new girl can’t help, since she’s the reason everything is falling apart...  

EXCERPT: 

Dancing wasn’t my strongest suit. I was more of a bob in place kind of girl. I learned how to grapevine in middle school and I’ve hung on to that skill like a lifeline. 

Valentine pulled me about halfway into the crowd, to a place where we could dance without too much extra contact. Drink in one hand, she put the other on my waist, and pulled me into her, her hips moving sinuously against mine. I tried to match her rhythm but couldn’t. I sloshed half of my drink over my hand before I managed to pull away. Valentine shook her head and leaned in close to me. 

“Close your eyes,” she yelled. “And pretend you’re having sex!” 

I looked at her dubiously, but she gave me such an insistent look that I sighed and did as she said. 

I closed my eyes and let my head loll back, feeling the heat of the room press itself in on my body. I felt the brush of Valentine’s hands on my hips as she moved to stand behind me, pressing the length of her body into my back. Her hands pressed my hips, gently but insistently, and slowly I picked up the rhythm, my hips and waist making languorous figure eights in time with her own. It did feel like sex—matching her rhythm like that, her warmth pressed against me, moving in time. 

This 10,000 word novelette is intended for mature audiences.

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