The Good, the Bad and the Ghostly #TGTBTG by @AnitaPhilmar & Friends

Hi everyone,
I wanted you to know that I’ve gone to the sensual side of the romantic genre for this box set, but I’m still playing with a historical, western setting.  So be warned this is not a hot erotic box set. Still, I do believe you will enjoy it so I had to share.

 

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What do you get when you mix cowboys with ghosts? A collection of eight (stand-alone) amazing stories from the Old West with haunts of every variety.

Fulfill your love of alpha cowboys and feed your addiction for the bizarre (and sometimes spooky) world when you download The Good, The Bad and The Ghostly.
New York Times, USA Today, Amazon Bestselling, and Award-Winning authors are pleased to bring you this fantastic boxed set!

 

Wild, Wild Ghost by Margo Bond Collins
With everyone she loves in the grave, Ruby specializes in the dead.

Comes An Outlaw by Keta Diablo
An outlaw returns to his childhood home to find his parents and brother dead, and the lovely widow in grave danger.
Long A Ghost, and Far Away by Andrea Downing
Ghosts are restless souls, and Lizzie Adams is one of them. How many lives will she get to find the perfect love?
A Ghostly Wager by Blaire Edens
Even a skeptical detective needs a little otherworldly help.
How the Ghost Was Won by Erin Hayes
There are ghost stories. And there are ghost legends.
McKee’s Ghost by Anita Philmar
The ghost living in his house might have saved him from an unhappy marriage and brought him the girl of his dreams but when his ex- fiancé returns, the same spirit turns his life upside down.
A Ride Through Time by Charlene Raddon
P.S.I. Agent Burke Jameson wants to find out if Eagle Gulch, Colorado has genuine ghosts. But he found far more than he expected, including a horse ride that could change his life forever.
The Ghost and the Bridegroom by Patti Sherry-Crews
She’s sent west to solve a case. What she finds will change her forever.
 Including:

 

Excerpt for McKee’s Ghost by Anita Philmar
The hands he’d dropped to her
waist shifted. One drew Ruth deeper into his embrace while the other nudged her
chin up with a knuckle until their eyes met. His searing gaze lit a fire,
heating her core and arousing every cell in her body.
“No. The gentleman in me
heads south whenever you enter the room. All I can think about is getting my
hands on you.” Konnor sprayed his palms over her back and tugged her deeper
against his chest. “I want you in a way I’ve never wanted a woman before, under
me screaming while I make you completely mine.”
She gasped. “But you don’t
even know me.”
“You’re wrong. Some instinct
inside me knew the moment we met you belong to me. Now, all I need to do is
convince you of that fact.” He dropped his mouth over hers. His kisses were
gentle and sweet one moment, demanding and urgent the next.
The crisp flavor of the apple
he’d just eaten played over her taste buds. Pleasure overruled the sound logic
of keeping him at a distance. Instead, she gave into the tempestuous assault to
her senses and slid her arms around his neck. Minutes passed. The hunger inside
her growing until she couldn’t catch her breath.
He tore his mouth from hers,
and she gasped for air. “Please, sweetheart, I’m not a patient man, especially
when I’ve waited so long for you. I need—”
“Don’t say it,” she whispered
and lowered her head to avoid eye contact. She’d tempted him, let him think if
he asked for more, she’d willingly give him whatever he wanted.
Realizing how much she
already cared for him, she rebelled against the likelihood of losing her heart
to another man. More than once, she’d fallen into the trap of believing a man
would love her no matter what.
Every time, she paid with a
broken heart. This time, she needed to give him a day or two to come to terms
with the true nature of her abilities. Once he saw her in action, he’d change.
The desire he felt would wilt until he had no feeling for her at all.
“I’m sorry, but we need to
take this slow.” She lowered her hands and pressed them against his chest.
“Now, you should tend to your horses.”
Konnor studied her for a long
moment before he slowly released his grip. “Make yourself at home. I’ll be back
as soon as I’ve finished my nightly chores.”
She nodded, and he turned for
the door with a sigh.
The light click of the latch
falling into place felt like a shot through her heart. She’d come here
determined to do her job and leave. However, Konnor had blindsided her with his
charm. She’d broken her new rule of not becoming involved with a client.
Now, she had to figure out a
way to keep her heart safe when everything inside her wanted to give in to
Konnor’s demands.
Have I convinced you to give it a try?
No?
Then why not download the sample book we created?
Hope you enjoy and check out the box set,
Anita Philmar
 

 

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