Not happy with his job in advertising,
Ryan Elliot is planning a new, riskier business ventureóa
haunted house that leads into a nightclub. To make his new
club the best in can be, he enlists the aid of carpenter and
haunted attraction designer Wes Taylor. He doesnít expect
the sudden, intense attraction he feels for Wes.
Wes Taylor isnít into relationships.
He prefers casual sex and no complications. His desire for
Ryan catches him a bit off guard, but heís willing to go
with it, as long as Ryan understands the rules.
Will two men whoíve been spooked by
love in the past find it again while working on a haunted
Love is Scary has a fun
premise. I loved the idea of a haunted house / club combo.
Ryan and Wes were both fairly sympathetic characters.
Ryanís taking a huge risk, and trying to juggle what amounts
to two jobs. Wes loves his job, and knows hitting on Ryan
is not the best idea, but canít resist. The problem with
the story is that both Ryan and Wes tended to be wishy-washy
in my opinion. Neither of them is consistent in what they
want. I felt distanced from the story for some reason, and
couldnít connect with the emotional aspect as much as I
wanted to. Love is Scary is a hot read with a
cool premise, but not as emotionally engaging as I could