The Gravedigger's Brawl
Dr. Wyatt Case is never happier than when he’s walking the halls of his history museum. Playing wingman for his best friend at Gravedigger’s Tavern throws him way out of his comfort zone, but not as much as the eccentric man behind the bar, Ash Lucroix.Ash is everything Wyatt doesn’t understand:... show more
Dr. Wyatt Case is never happier than when he’s walking the halls of his history museum. Playing wingman for his best friend at Gravedigger’s Tavern throws him way out of his comfort zone, but not as much as the eccentric man behind the bar, Ash Lucroix.Ash is everything Wyatt doesn’t understand: exuberant, quirky, and elbow deep in a Gaslight lifestyle that weaves history into everyday life. He coordinates his suspenders with his tongue rings. Within hours, Wyatt and Ash are hooked.But strange things are afoot at Gravedigger’s, and after a knock to the head, Ash starts seeing things that can’t be explained by old appliances or faulty wiring. Soon everyone at Gravedigger’s is wondering if they’re seeing ghosts, or just going crazy. The answer to that question could end more than just Wyatt and Ash’s fragile relationship—it might also end their lives.
Publish date: October 15th 2012
Publisher: Riptide Publishing
Pages no: 256
Edition language: English
, Paranormal Romance
, M M Romance
Yep, I'm reviewing yet another Abigail Roux novel. This time it's not part of the Cut and Run series; but, a stand alone book that has a key aspect that I thoroughly enjoy in novels. Ghosts. Yes, I am one of those people that watch ghost stories on TV on the edge of my seat as I listen to them hear ...
Welp. That was a book. *LOL* I love Abi's books. Her Cut & Run series remains a huge favourite and her According to Hoyle is stellar. But this one... this book... I just don't know. The premise is nifty. Ghosts, museum curators, a popular tavern in the historical district and on the surfa...
I loved this book, but it was hard for me to rate because I was expecting more romance. In the end, I decided on 5 stars because I did really like this book, and I shouldn't mark the rating down just because it wasn't what I expected. I did like Ash and Wyatt, Noah and Caleb too, but neither relati...
I always enjoy Abigail Roux's books. I didn't know anything about this story before starting. It turned out to be so different from what I expected. I love all the history and information about Virginia and actual ghost legends threaded throughout. I also got a kick out of the couple of bits of ...
I don't know why, but I couldn't connect with the main characters. They came across as bland. I found myself wishing to know more about the secondary characters Caleb and Noah instead. The ghost aspect of the book I felt like they just heard banging and noises from upstairs all the time. The scene w...