Monday, January 31, 2011

Review: Ghostly Passions

Publisher submission in exchange for an honest review.

Ghostly Passions
Delilah K. Stephans
Release Date:
January 2011
MuseItHot Publishing
Word Count:
approx. 5,000
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Devlin Ruark has been trapped in the same house for 230 years. He's faced a British hangman, numerous paranormal researchers, but he doesn't know what to do with the newest researcher.

Determined to prove that ghosts do exist, Druscilla Hutchinson has returned to the house where she saw her first ghost. With the Electromagnetic Particle Scanner she developed she hopes to give a ghost a more substantial form.

When the EMP Scanner produces an unusual side effect, Devlin and Druscilla have to decide whether to talk or take advantage of the situation.

Babs' Review:

Druscilla goes to Devlin's home in order to investigate the ghost she once saw before.  She is amazed when she hears Devlin Ruark talking to her.  The generator runs out of gas, which in turns shuts off the power for her, so she decides to get some rest.  As she is sleeping Devlin lays down beside her on the bed. When she rolls over on top of him they are taken to another place. Druscilla gets brave in her dream and seduces Devlin, who is not complaining at all.  Will she ever wake up from this dream?

I liked this story and the ending was fabulous. I like a good ghost story and this goes over the top a bit, but in a good way.  It was a quick and easy read that anyone would like.

Babs' Rating:


  1. Thank you so much for the review and kind words.

  2. Congrats on this review for Ghostly Passions Delilah.

    Jerry Race

  3. Great review. Sounds like a wonderful book.