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If the Spirit Moves You: Gay Ghostly Erotica - Dale Chase - Google Книги
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Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. The library ghost becomes interested in a fledgling novelist, Ethan Coakley, who comes to the library every day to write. In due course, Ethan receives a rejection letter from a literary agent for his first novel, and the ghostly narrator is concerned.
He reflects on his own life as a writer: How little it took to end the torment.
It was like killing off a shadow. S o apparently the ghost was a writer who took his own life, and who needs to make up for that by saving the life of a writer like himself. He develops a relationship with Ethan, who turns out to be gay but who has trouble maintaining relationships with other men. Invariably, they resent the amount of time he spends on his writing. The sexual attraction between Ethan and the ghost saves them both from the hell of despair.
The sex in these stories is detailed and realistic, even when one of the participants is a fantasy within a fantasy. The pacing is compelling, and the realism of the emotions and the physical ecstasy enables a reader to suspend his or her disbelief. And the outcomes are unpredictable.
In some stories, sex between a live man and a ghost or a man and a magical nineteenth-century "fainting couch! In some cases, as in "The Ghost and Mr. Muir" and "Jack-in-the-Mist," the ghost persuades the live man that a sexual relationship with him is the best option available, and that it is worth being isolated from other mortal men.
Dale Chase writes like a shaman who has visited the spirit world and come back to give the rest of us a guided tour. Each tale casts its own spell.
Even the grimmest conveys the message that love and lust or any combination of the two never really die, and therefore this collection is full of hope, a precious quality for anyone whose sexuality or gender identity is still not really accepted by the cultural mainstream. Log in No account? My first review of If the Spirit Moves You: Did you get Livia's collection?