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Laying in Wait (LT3 Halloween Rentboys)

2.8 of 5 stars 2.80  ·  rating details  ·  10 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Despite the risk, witches Ryan and Jason hold a séance on Halloween night—a séance that results in Jason being possessed by the ghost of a rentboy. As Jason is dragged off by the ghost, which is determined to end its own misery once and for all, Ryan goes in search of a way to save his unfortunate friend—and learns much more than he expected.
Published October 31st 2012 by Less Than Three Press LLC (first published October 30th 2012)
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Cole Riann
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Ryan and Jason each have a crush on the other -- though for separate reasons they've kept it secret. Their friendship was forged in their common identity as witches and they both belong to the same coven. Jason is a bit of a rule-breaker, and also a secret rent boy. Ryan, because of his feelings for Jason, will do anything Jason wants. So, on Halloween, they both find themselves going against the rules of the coven and practicing magic on the night of the thi...more
About 2.5 stars. This story was interesting, but I think the ending left me a little high and dry. Ryan and Jason are witches and for some unknown reason, they decide to hold a seance and Jason ends up possessed by a rent boy. I am not sure if it was explained exactly why Jason felt it necessary to have the seance, but Ryan's inability to say no to Jason does provide a little bit of connection between the characters. As the ghost of the rent boy drags Jason around town, Ryan searches for his fri...more
A.F. Henley
A fast, entirely too fun story about young men and every little thing a body could hope to find in a Halloween story. While the characters search to come to terms with their own feelings and notions about sexuality (albeit some false and bordering on stereotypical in some cases) they manage to travel their way to an ending that will tug on the heartstrings and restore faith in true love.
Two boys having a seance, one gets possessed and leads the other on a merry goose chase. Along the way secrets are discovered and (view spoiler)

There's not much I want to add in.The story was nice but I'm not so sure I liked the ending.
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