Book Review: Handcuffs and Haints by: Thalia Frost


Musa Publishing

Publish Date:
December 30, 2011

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Author Zoe Scott is in danger, and if deputy Nick Wheeler has to handcuff her to do it, he's decided to take care of her...

When author Zoe Scott arrives in Applehill, Georgia, she relishes the seclusion of the old farmhouse she has rented, but the first night of peace is shattered by strange noises in the night. Zoe begins to wonder if she should believe in ghosts. Deputy Nick Wheeler answers her frantic, angry call to the police about the noises in the night, and when he comes out to do a report, sparks fly between the hot deputy and the skittish Zoe.

After a break in at the farmhouse, the stakes get higher. Nick decides he will do what it takes to protect Zoe from whoever wants to harm her—ghost or man. And he’ll get the handcuffs out if he has to to keep her safe. 

Review: Immediate attraction and a haunted town quickly ramp up as Zoe Scott settles in to work on her novel. Thankfully handsome and hot deputy Nick Wheeler is around to keep her safe...and squirming! I enjoyed Handcuffs and Haints, but I would have liked to see a longer version of the story. Even as a short story, Handcuffs and Haints is sizzling sexy and a fun read.

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