Hoo-boy. Let me tell you the story about how the Harker cousins came into being. (I’ve probably told this story before, but I’m going to tell it again anyway. Because I can and it amuses me.)
Pinnacle Point started as part of a shared world set of stories with one of my author friends. Unconnected to that, at one point, I told said author friend that I wanted to write a story called Ghost of a Chance about a ghost named Chance.
So the two of us sat down and hammered out a rough outline of the world and then released each other into the wild to write in it. The shared world ultimately fell through (as sometimes happens), but I had a story about a horny ghost written and a couple other ideas brewing in the back of my head (sexy zombies! weird threesomes!) and I went ahead with writing those.
The only real holdover from the shared world is (a) the name of the town (Pinnacle Point!) and (b) the supernatural sex study. Everything else was pure Harker magic.
So here’s Chance. A ghost. Who likes donuts and ladies who aren’t afraid of dead guys.
Ghost of a ChanceAmazon
Release Date: November 26, 2015
When he was alive, Chance Harker was stuck in a boring job and a relationship that was going nowhere. Now that he’s dead, a whole new world has opened up for him.
He has a challenging job with a PI firm, his run of a swank hotel, and plenty of interesting people to keep an eye on. The only thing missing from his afterlife is great sex. Hell, he’d settle for mediocre sex at this point. Any sex at all, in fact.
Finding out the research facility run by Pinnacle Point Pharms is looking for those with strange and unusual sexual issues, Chance decides to check it out. Because if a sex clinic with supernatural ties can’t help him get a little nookie, he’ll have to resign himself to an eternity of unfulfilled desires.
And no self-respecting ghost wants that.
Warning: This book contains a horny ghost who tends to go invisible at the worst possible moment, a woman with exceptional flexibility, and a box of powdered donuts. The break room will never be the same again.