Hunter’s Dawn (Laying the Ghosts) This prequel revisits my ghost hunting duo, Jack and Casey, w hom I introduced last year in a short story titled Hunter’s Kiss in the Anthology: Another Fine Mess, and whose adventures continued in my Sip: Hunter’s Bond.
Hunter’s Dawn is actually the first story (yay for series in retrograde!) of this series and details how Jack and Casey came together in the first place.
Jack Stephens is a skeptic who lectures in Parapsychology at a community college. In his spare time, he works hard to prove that things going bump in the night can be rationally explained. When Jack meets psychic, Casey Lambeth, he sees just another chance to debunk paranormal phenomena. But there is something about Casey that defies explanation. From their first meeting, Casey decides Jack is an arrogant know it all.
When the two are thrown together to investigate a haunting at the home of Edith Andrews, the sparks really begin to fly. As they work their way through the case, both Jack and Casey will be forced to face some issues from their respective pasts, and work their way towards a mutual understanding, respect, and could it be possible–something more?
Hunter’s Dawn is now available from Torquere Books