Harrowed by Irene Preston

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There’s nothing scarier than the truth…

Noel’s got issues. Like, he doesn’t know what to call his lover. Are they boyfriends? A fling that got out of control? Something more? Even worse, he may sometimes get waylaid by a random ghost or two.
Or else he’s losing his mind.
Now Adam? He’s stable and solid and warm; the kind of guy Noel never knew he wanted. He’s also the historian on Haunts and Hoaxes, which gives him a professional interest in Noel’s “special talent”.
When the ghosthunting crew turns up something weirder than normal at a Louisiana plantation, Adam convinces Noel to check it out. Instead of finding a haunt, they uncover a mystery. Noel used to be a cop and he grabs the chance to investigate something real. DNA is evidence. No matter what Adam says, the ghosts don’t prove anything.
But the past is done hiding and the spirits are going to have their say. Noel better figure out how to listen, because Adam’s job, their relationship, and even his sanity are at risk.

  • File Name:harrowed-by-irene-preston.epub
  • Original Title:Harrowed (Haunts and Hoaxes Book 2)
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  • Language:en
  • Identifier:MOBI-ASIN:B08JKY4JX1
  • Publisher:Prescourt Books
  • Date:2020-10-14T16:00:00+00:00
  • Subject:Gay Psychic Mystery
  • File Size:1.221 MB

Table of Content

  • 1. Table of Contents
  • 2. Harrowed
  • 3. Copyright
  • 4. To seekers of truth and freedom….
  • 5. Chapter One
  • 6. Chapter Two
  • 7. Chapter Three
  • 8. Chapter Four
  • 9. Chapter Five
  • 10. Chapter Six
  • 11. Chapter Seven
  • 12. Chapter Eight
  • 13. Chapter Nine
  • 14. Chapter Ten
  • 15. Chapter Eleven
  • 16. Chapter Twelve
  • 17. Chapter Thirteen
  • 18. Chapter Fourteen
  • 19. Chapter Fifteen
  • 20. Chapter Sixteen
  • 21. Chapter Seventeen
  • 22. Chapter Eighteen
  • 23. Chapter Nineteen
  • 24. Chapter Twenty
  • 25. Chapter Twenty-One
  • 26. Chapter Twenty-Two
  • 27. Chapter Twenty-Three
  • 28. Chapter Twenty-Four
  • 29. Epilogue
  • 30. More From Irene & Liv
  • 31. Author’s Note
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