The Ghost and Charlie Muir by Felice Stevens Release blitz with Cat’s Review @EJBookPromos @FeliceStevens1 @TTCBooksandmore


Title: The Ghost and Charlie Muir
Author: Felice Stevens
Genre: MM Contemporary Romance
Release Date: August 13, 2020
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.
And as things heat up between Charlie and Ian, they begin to wonder if Rachel's meddling has gone too far.
Doesn’t Rachel know Ian is straight?
Or is he?
That kiss they shared the other night sure didn't seem like it.
Or the one after that…

Cat Gives this one 5 Meows with a 2 Purr heat index...

Oh, Man... the Ghost and Charlie Muir is a little bit of everything I love rolled into one!  

Charlie is a product of foster system and his past with lovers wasn't much better than his home life. He was used to taking what he got which was usually one night stands or being some straight guys secret. When he met Ian his sexy next-door neighbor he had seen him with a girl and knew he was probably straight but Ian gave of strange vibes and the chemistry was very real. But having a friend was good since he didn't have many of those either.  When the ghost that kept running off his dates didn't treat Ian the same and Ian stayed to help him figure out what was going on instead of running they became close friends. And wow that kiss!

Ian has never thought of a guy as anything but a friend. But ever since the guy moved in next door he looks at him different than most guys, thinks of him differently, and finds himself very protective. He even finds himself believing in ghosts and trying to help Charlie solve a hundred-year-old mystery...with said ghost.

I loved all of the characters, especially Rachel the ghost. She was just funny enough to add to the book without upstaging the two main characters. There are funny shenanigans where Rachel runs off the other may never eat pizza again without laughing. But there are also some somber moments as Robert and Eddie's stories are woven into the main story by the way of Rachel in mirrors, TV, and letters. The story is the perfect blend of humor and seriousness.

If you like meddling ghosts, second chances (from a hundred years), Gay for You, coming out, friends to lovers, a touch of mystery, and lots of feels with just the right amount of sexy times... this book is for you!

Felice Stevens has always been a romantic at heart. She believes that while life is tough, there is always a happy ending just around the corner. Her characters have to work for it, however. Like life in NYC, nothing comes easy, and that includes love.
She lives in New York City and has way too much black in her wardrobe yet can't stop buying "just one more pair" of black pants. Felice is a happily addicted Bravo and Say Yes to the Dress addict and proud of it. And let's not get started on House Hunters. Her dream day starts out with iced coffee and ends with Prosecco, because...why shouldn't it? You can find her procrastinating on FB in her reader group, Felice's Breakfast Club.
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