Bone to be Wilde by Dani Lakely

With Halloween coming up, Bone to be Wilde is a perfect read

From the blurb:

It’s trick or treat for two smitten lovers in this seasonal holiday romance as Halloween approaches and a little unleashed magic lets the ghoul times roll.

Forrest’s to-do list:
1. Convince Jonathan to move in with him.
2. No, seriously. That’s it.

It’s been nine months of playful bickering and bliss for Forrest Wilde and his boyfriend, Jonathan. But in order to move their relationship forward, Jonathan needs Forrest to find closure from his past.

Alexander Adler is back in town and dragging all of Forrest’s ghosts screaming into the light. Is there still a spark waiting to ignite between Forrest and his ex, or are they nothing more than toasted history? Forrest isn’t exactly eager to find out, seeing as sometimes the monsters under the bed are people who haunt us from days gone by.

Every autumn, the town of Sunset Surf comes alive in celebration of the season. But this year, when Forrest falls under a mysterious spell that forces him to forget the person he loves most, there will be plenty of spooks in store for the fun-loving and eccentric residents of this seaside village. Torn between fright and flight, Forrest must face his fears in order to make his way back to true love—or risk losing it forever.

Bone to be Wilde is a Halloween romance set in a small beach town on the Southern California coast. The story features an amnesia spell, hijinks and banter, corn maze capers, ghost stories, and a little black cat. Stop in for a spell if you’d like a Halloween treat!

* This story follows the events of the first book in the series, Merry & Sprite, but may be read as a standalone.

Jacquie's Review:

This was so entertaining! I think that you could probably get away with not reading the first book, but it was super cute, so why miss out?

We finally get to the bottom of Forrest's past and the mysterious Alex that prevented him from committing to anyone before he met Jonathan.

As in book 1 there's a sprinkling of magic, including a spell to heal Forrest's heart and the town get fully involved. 

I love the small town feel and really want Noah's story because he's just the sweetest guy.

There were more than a few bad jokes and puns but each made me laugh. 

A lot of fun.

Rating: 5 Stars

Bone to be Wilde is available to buy as an ebook, paperback, or to read with Kindle Unlimited subscription.