Journalist Robert Caldwell is still smarting from his first encounter with ghost-hunter Simon Feximal. Their night in a haunted house was thrilling, but the aftermath leaves Robert hurt, disappointed, and resolved not to see Simon again. But just a few days later their paths cross once more,... show more
Journalist Robert Caldwell is still smarting from his first encounter with ghost-hunter Simon Feximal. Their night in a haunted house was thrilling, but the aftermath leaves Robert hurt, disappointed, and resolved not to see Simon again.
But just a few days later their paths cross once more, this time investigating a pair of mysterious deaths: two corpses shrouded in butterflies.
Now Robert wants the truth – on the deaths, on where the butterflies came from, and most of all, on the attraction that still burns between him and Simon.
Publish date: October 28th 2013
Pages no: 15
Edition language: English
Series: The Secret Casebook of Simon Feximal (#2)
I really loved this - for me- introduction to Simon Feximal short story. KJ is a wonderful author of historical paranormal m/m romances and I have yet to be disappointed by any of her offerings. And I should say, this was the perfect reading palate cleanser after my disappointment in my previou...
A clever second installment in Simon Feximal series. This short freebie accomplished so much in a mere 15 pages. It had a well developed mystery that had a proper resolution, it furthered the story of Simon and Robert's relationship in a manner that was consistent with the first book, and it left ...
Back for round two with Simon Feximal and Robert Caldwell! And this time the men solve a case involving killer butterflies. K.J. Charles succeeded in creeping me out but still delivered a satisfying time. I hate bugs including butterflies. You might think they are beautiful, I see a flying creature ...
Please, please let there be more.This story is great. It really creates the atmosphere. I feel as if I'm really reading journal entries written by people of that time.It's absolutely great. This series, as brief as it is, has so much that I like.The butterfly thing made me think of this:
In The Caldwell Ghost, we meet Robert Caldwell and the mysteriously sexy Mr. Simon Feximal, who later become Caldwell's companion for almost twenty years. I enjoyed that short story, but it was too short for me -- and I just couldn't give my 4-stars. This one, however, loved it. It showed once agai...