The ghost and Charlie Muir

by Stevens, Felice,

Format: Print Book 2020
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Summary
"Bad enough the big old house Charlie Muir inherits is next door to Ian Gregg, the most gorgeous guy he's ever seen-it also happens to be occupied by Rachel, the ghost who keeps running off his dates. It's impossible to get any loving when the bed starts shaking...and not because you're having fun in it. When Ian helps Charlie search for the source of strange noises in his house, they stumble upon a stack of photographs hiding century-old secrets. Curious of the friendship between the two men pictured, Charlie and Ian set off to solve the mystery of their relationship. With the help of the meddling ghost, a magical mirror, and a way too Smart TV, they find answers...and more."--
Additional Information
Subjects Gay men -- Fiction.
Inheritance and succession -- Fiction.
Ghost stories.
Magic -- Fiction.
Brooklyn (New York, N.Y.) -- Fiction.
Mystery fiction.
Gay fiction.
Romance fiction.
Publisher [New York, NY] :2020
Language English
Notes Place of publication from author's website.
Description 356 pages ; 21 cm
ISBN 9798673901861
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