Author: Megan Derr
Publisher: Less Than Three Press
Cover Artist: unknown
Rating: 3.75 of 5 Stars
Being Sheriff is a hard job, even in a town like Midsummer. The law is the law, and when magic is thrown into the mix, everything gets more complicated. Kirby is lonely and worn out, and his latest unpleasant duty is contacting the brother of a recent suicide. Given the complications surrounding the tragedy, and just how loathed the deceased man was in Midsummer, meeting his brother is not something Kirby is any hurry to do.
But when he arrives, Merry is nothing like his deceased brother—nothing like anything Kirby has seen in a long time, and quite possibly a reason to feel things Kirby thought he’d never feel again.
With the discovery of a murderer and his consequent death in the last book the town of Midsummer is finally settling back to normal. Well, as normal as a town can get when most of its residents are paranormal.
When a stranger arrives in town looking to collect his dead brother’s belongings the sheriff, who is also a witch, is left reeling. Merry is obviously the dead man’s twin and although they look alike they are also completely different. Merry is decked out in lace, leather and make up and is the sheriff’s wet dream.
After the initial insta lust this is more a slow burn love affair. Both men are shy, slow on the uptake and live miles away from each other with established lives and careers. However, they both seemed determined to keep meeting each other and they really didn’t stand a chance with the Midsummer locals taking an interest.
The lonely sheriff gets his sexy goth in this latest short glimpse into the town of Midsummer.
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