One hell of a dangerous mystery.
Three years after solving the hundred-year-old murder case that brought them together, Greg Woodhall and Adrian Broussard have settled into life together in the colorful college town of Chapel Hill. Adrian's doctorate research and Greg's two jobs keep them busy, but they have each other and life is good.
When Greg's part in a local theater production leads to a chance to help with a paranormal investigation of the historic Playmakers Theater, Greg jumps at the opportunity. The idea of helping the Bay City Paranormal Investigations team—owned by Adrian's dads—investigate the theater's rumored spirits excites him.
No one expects the real action to happen at DogOpolis, the hot dog place where Greg works part-time. Who ever heard of a haunted fast food joint? But the entity they encounter there poses a danger not only to Greg, but to Adrian and the people they both love. It'll take all their combined talent to solve this mystery and stop the thing plaguing DogO before it stops them. Permanently.
Blue launches the Mojo Mysteries, spun off from her Bay City Paranormal Investigations series, with this lightweight relationship-focused urban fantasy. In Chapel Hill, N.C., Greg Woodhall tops custom hot dogs at DogOpolis and has minor roles in PlayMakers Repertory. Everything is going well until he encounters a spooky phantom that becomes more aggressive and threatening each day, interfering with his work and his relationship with his psychic boyfriend, Adrian Broussard. BCPI come in to assist, but they will have to stretch their powers to defeat a paranormal stalker before someone dies. Blue revels in small details, but the near-future setting is underutilized, and big plot elements around the otherworldly malevolence and a fellow actor s crush on Greg are left hanging. The characters are obsessed with sex, and relationships feel immature. This bit of fluff will appeal to readers looking for a quick paranormal read with angsty romantic elements and mostly PG-13 sex, but won t satisfy those seeking grittier stories and more realistic characters.