Wight Mischief - novel
A stranger could light up his world...or drive him deeper into darkness.
Will thinks a camping trip with his friend-with-benefits Baz will be a fun break from his usual job as a personal trainer. But the trip turns into a rollercoaster ride as he meets author Marcus - and Marcus' mysterious guardian Leif.
Journalist Baz is supposed to be researching a book on ghosts, yet he seems curiously interested in secrets lying in the reclusive Marcus' past. But these are secrets that someone's determined they should let lie - and if they're not careful, Will and Baz could end up adding to the Island's ghostly population...
Merrow’s trademark humour sparkles throughout the book. Parts of it are laugh-out-loud funny, while other bits are completely deadpan. The dialogue bounces with wit, and even the minor characters are drawn with a light touch… and there’s a real sense of menace in the final action-packed scenes. – 4.75 stars and top pick for 2011 from Leslie S at Jessewave’s blog.
I have a job. I can’t spend all my time reading, but by gosh, I had to stay up almost all night finishing this book. I absolutely could not put it down! Ms. Merrow has written a book that defines the term “thriller.” 4 1/2 stars. – Cameron at Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews.
an original, engaging book... With romance, danger and ghost stories in the mix, there’s no going wrong with WIGHT MISCHIEF. - Lily at Romance Junkies.
Marcus and Will together are sweet, endearing, and funny…Will thinks Marcus is beautiful, Marcus loves how safe he feels with Will… if readers like mystery that’s more like suspense, actually, with a lot of Gothic thrown in, with their romance, they’ll probably jump all over this. Grade B- Sarah F at Dear Author
(available in ebook from Samhain publishing)
Also available on Kindle.
Now also available in paperback from Samhain, Amazon.co.uk or Amazon.com.
Wight Mischief was awarded an Honorable Mention in Elisa Rolle’s 2012 Rainbow Awards