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Critics Choice (Petit Morts #9) Josh Lanyon

Critics Choice (Petit Morts #9)

Josh Lanyon

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If there’s one thing film critic Crispin Colley can say about his ex-boyfriend Rey, it’s that Rey likes to remain friends with all his former lovers. Rey’s a friendly guy. Maybe too friendly, judging by the incident that drove the first and last nailMoreIf there’s one thing film critic Crispin Colley can say about his ex-boyfriend Rey, it’s that Rey likes to remain friends with all his former lovers. Rey’s a friendly guy. Maybe too friendly, judging by the incident that drove the first and last nail in the coffin of their relationship.But now Rey’s been hired for a DVD commentary on a classic horror flick. In typical Rey-fashion, he’s used his clout as a lauded director to win Cris a spot on the commentary right beside the star of the film, his idol, Angelo Faust.The recording of the commentary goes about as smoothly as a half-decayed film through a stuttering projector…but that’s nothing compared to the strange scene that unfolds once the tape’s done rolling.(Novelette - 15,430 words - gay content)The Petit Morts Series#1: Hue, Tint and Shade by Jordan Castillo PriceYellow is as yellow does.#2: Slings and Arrows by Josh LanyonIts a fine line between secret admirer and stalker.#3: Moolah and Moonshine by Jordan Castillo PriceIf you ever go to France, watch out for those ticklers.#4: Other Peoples Weddings by Josh LanyonPulling off the perfect wedding can be murder.#5: Spanish Fly Guy by Jordan Castillo PriceA new twist on liquid courage.#6: Pretty Ugly by Jordan Castillo PriceBeauty is in the eye of the beholder...usually.#7: Sort of Stranger Than Fiction by Josh LanyonThey always say to write what you know.#8: One Less Stiff at the Funeral by Sean KennedyChocolate makes everything better. Even a eulogy.#9: Critics Choice by Josh LanyonIt was a dark and stormy night. No, really, it was.#10: Wishink Well by Jordan Castillo PriceYou cant get something for nothing.