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Ghost Hunting With the Stars

Part of the ‘Po’ Boys’ anthology

Working as a desk clerk in a French Quarter hotel isn’t a glamorous job, but it pays the bills–just ask Harley Weston. Thankfully, Harley is happy with a boring but stable life; what he isn’t happy with is Jackson Carney, America’s ‘favorite gay ghost hunter,’ coming to film his TV show in Harley’s hotel and bringing a Hollywood circus along with him. However, Harley quickly learns that Jackson isn’t just another overblown reality show celebrity. In fact, Jackson is a lot more down-to-earth than the otherworldly things he hunts and he soon makes Harley wonder if the mundane day-to-day is really as satisfying as Harley tells himself it is.

About ‘Po’ Boys’

New Orleans is beautiful, mysterious, and above all, sexy. Po’ Boys explores all the dark alleys and shadowy cemeteries the city has to offer, with all the heat you expect from the Deep South.

In Ghost Hunting with the Stars, by Lydia Nyx, Harley Weston is an average guy. So when Jackson Carney, America’s favorite gay ghost hunter, comes to film a TV show at the haunted French Quarter hotel Harley works in, Harley isn’t impressed. However, Harley does admire Jackson’s surprisingly down-to-earth attitude.

In Bubba’s All Night Diner and Bait Shop, by Kiernan Kelly, you’ll find muffuletta and murder at Bubba’s, where the danger is as thick as the accents, and the sex is as spicy as the jambalaya.

In Sexual Frankenstein, by TC Blue, friends and band mates Darian Jones and Tony Delacourt think they know each other well. When an opportunity for the band falls into their laps, it seems like a dream come true, but between their unacknowledged attraction, and some questionable decisions, they must decide whether to play it safe, or risk it all.

Finally, in Link to the Crescent, by Julia Talbot and BA Tortuga, werewolf Landry is sent to New Orleans from his home in the swamp, told he’ll meet his destiny. What he meets is vampire, Thierry, who might just be exactly what Landry’s looking for.

Let the good times roll!


I loved the author’s writing style and she created two very likeable characters.  They had an easy way of bantering with each other that made me smile.  I also enjoyed the secondary characters she added into the story. - Read the review here!


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