Dying For You: Driftwood / The Fixer Upper / Paradise Bossed / Witch Way
Dying For You Driftwood / The Fixer Upper / Paradise Bossed / Witch Way Author:MaryJanice Davidson Four classic novellas of death-defying romance. — Together for the first time, four devilishly entertaining novellas by the bestselling author prove that there's not only life after death, but desire too... — THE FIXER-UPPER — Cathy's new home is handsomely furnished -- by an amorous male ghost. If only she had someth... more »ing she could... touch. Her neighbor may have a lousy personality, but he does have a perfect body. Now, spirit is about to meet flesh, to Cathy's delight.
While traveling in the Cayman Islands, Nikki loses her life in a tragic accident, but has no intention of cutting her vacation short. When a handsome male psychic is engaged to get a grip on Nikki's spirit, he does more. He finds himself falling in love with her.
A Cape Cod werewolf agonizes over the death of a woman by his own paw. Well, to be fair, he never really killed her. She's a vampire. Now she needs his help to kill the bloodsucker who turned her.
For centuries their families have been embroiled in a violent, irreversible feud. Today, can a witch and a witch-hunter find common ground... without killing each other first? Sometimes opposites do attract.« less
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Ellen (gremlin) - reviewed Dying For You: Driftwood / The Fixer Upper / Paradise Bossed / Witch Way on
Helpful Score: 3
Please be aware that all four of these stories have been previously published. If you haven't read some of them, or wanted only the MJD stories and not the rest that may be fine, but if you're looking for new material this isn't it.
The Fixer-Upper - Published in Men at Work (2004).
Paradise Bossed - Published in Surf's Up (2006).
Driftwood - Published in Over The Moon (2007).
Witch Way - Published in Demon's Delight (2007).
Three out of the four stories were entertaining and I can still remember having read them and some details. I know I read Over The Moon, and therefore Driftwood, but apparently it was completely unmemorable.