All Hallows Reunion by Heather Kinnane

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Romance on the Go ®

Liane and Toshi and Mason were lovers once, before the tragedy of Toshi's death sent them in three very different directions.

Ten years later, Liane and Mason meet again at a Halloween party and sparks fly. Mason’s been learning some interesting things, and he summons Toshi's spirit so Liane can say a proper goodbye.

Will it be enough for the three of them to let go, and for Liane and Mason to rebuild their relationship? Or will it tear them apart, for good?

Be Warned: menage sex (MFM), anal sex



Caitlin burst through the door. “What’s taking you girls so long? Tom’s pulled out the Ouija board. Are you ready?”


Liane shivered. “No thanks.”


Caitlin rolled her eyes. “Come on! It’s just a bit of fun. As if there’s any such thing as ghosts.”


In the living room, Caitlin, ghost-man, and Mason were kneeling around the coffee table. Liane assumed ghost-man was the Tom Caitlin mentioned because the rest of the party-goers were clinging around the edges of the room, watching.


Liane took a sip of punch as Ali joined them.


“Are you sure you won’t join us?” Mason’s gaze was intense as their eyes met. Liane was sure, but this was Mason, and it’d been such a long time since he’d invited her to do anything with him.


“Okay.” She pushed down the nerves in her stomach and squeezed in between him and Caitlin.


“All right, everyone. Hands on the planchett,” Tom said.


Liane ignored the butterflies in her stomach as she reached out with the others to rest two fingers on the moveable pointer in the center of the board.


“Take a deep breath, and clear your mind.”


Liane took a deep breath, but she couldn’t stop thinking about how close she was to Mason.


Tom’s voice dropped. “Now, I’m going to ask the question. Are there any spirits around?”


The butterflies in Liane’s stomach jumped as the planchett moved across the table.


“Who did that?” She looked from face to face, but everyone looked as surprised as she was.


The pointer moved from letter to letter. “L-I-A-N-E.” Ali read each letter in turn.


“It’s for you!” She looked at Liane, who felt a shudder travel down her spine.




Liane didn’t need Tom to say the words in full.


“Liane loves Mason!” Tom exclaimed, nudging Mason.


“What?” Liane’s face burned. “Are we twenty-eight, or eighteen? Don’t be so stupid.” She stormed out onto the verandah, avoiding looking at Mason as the room behind her erupted in a fit of laughter.


“It’s just a joke, Li!” Caitlin called, but Liane had had enough of their jokes. She rested her crossed arms on the railing and glared out at the night, the air cool on her flushed cheeks.


So much for being old friends. She didn’t know whether Caitlin or Ali was guilty of that little trick. They had both always loved practical jokes. Just as much as Liane had always hated them.


How could something be funny when you were laughing at someone else’s expense?


The door opened and she glanced over to see Mason approaching.


“What do you want?” she asked.


“I vant to suck your blood,” he replied in a poor Dracula impression.


Liane raised an eyebrow and turned to face the night again. She wasn’t in the mood for more jokes. “Ignore them,” she said. “They’re full of shit.”


He stood next to her, resting his hand on the railing so his little finger brushed against her elbow.


“I was rather hoping they weren’t.”


She looked at him in surprise. “What?”


His gaze held hers, and her heart began to flutter.


“I’ve never stopped thinking about you.”


She looked away. “You know where my parents live, and I haven’t changed my phone number in the last ten years. I’m sure it wouldn’t be too hard to find me on social media either, if you gave it half a go.”


Out of the corner of her eye, she saw Mason’s face drop.


He sighed and glanced back out into the night. “I never thought you wanted me to.”


Liane swallowed the lump in her throat. “What makes you think I do?”


“The board seems to think so.” He jerked his head toward the group inside, their attention back on the Ouija board.


“The board? You mean my juvenile friends.” It must’ve been Caitlin. Liane had barely had anything to do with her after college. They just didn’t seem to click anymore, while she and Ali had been stronger than ever.


Mason shrugged. “Maybe there is a spirit out there who’s trying to give us a message.”


“You believe in that?”




Liane was sick of speaking in riddles. “Aren’t you leaving again tomorrow?” she asked.


He shrugged. “That depends.”


“On what?”


“On whether there’s anything to anchor me here.”


She met his gaze, and her breath caught in her throat. She’d dreamed of this time so often. But could she do this now and risk all the heartbreak when he decided he didn’t want to stay, after all?


She looked away, up to the full moon.


He spoke first. “A ring around the moon. There’ll be a frost tomorrow.”


“My grandmother always said a ring around the moon was a sign of tragedy to come.”


He glanced at her. “Perhaps the tragedy would be in letting this moment slip between our fingers.”


She looked at him again. “Is that all this is going to be—a moment?”


He shrugged again. “I’m open to seeing how long this lasts, if you are.”


“Has it finally been long enough? Have you forgotten Toshi?”


He stepped back as though slapped. “I could never forget Toshi.” He glanced up at her. “But I hoped enough time had passed that you might’ve stopped mourning him.”


Liane glanced back up at the moon, surrounded by a billion dots of shimmering light.


Inside, her heart was aching.


“I still miss him,” she said, blinking away the prickle in the corners of her eyes. “You’d think a decade would be long enough, but every time I picture his face, I can’t help but think how young he was, how unfair it all is.”


“If he’d lived, you guys probably would’ve had some nasty break-up and wouldn’t be speaking to each other anyway.” Mason forced a laugh.


“Really?” Liane frowned. “I shouldn’t mourn him anymore because it’s likely we wouldn’t be talking to each other anyway? Is that what you think?”


Mason shook his head. “I’m sorry. I was trying to lighten the mood. That was a really daft thing to say.”


“Couldn’t agree more.”


Liane looked out into the darkness, her jaw clenched. Somewhere out there was the ocean, hidden behind the trees, and if she listened carefully, she could hear the wash of waves upon sand.


Mason watched her, but she didn’t feel like talking anymore.


He broke the silence. “We can call him, if you want?”




“It’s All Hallows, the night when the veil between the world of the living and the world of the dead is thin. We can call him.”



Product Reviews

Score: 4 out of 5 (based on 8 ratings)
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Past Pain and Ghostly Reunions
Written by JennT on 13th Dec 2022

Liane has been mourning the loss of her boyfriend Toshi and her friend Mason, one to death and one to grief, for ten years. But it’s Halloween, the veil is thin, and Mason knows how to bring forth Toshi’s spirit. I loved the intensity and the catharsis of this story - it’s short, but it packs a punch. Tears were shed, but they were good tears - I really enjoyed this book.

Written by Book_Lover_97 on 1st Dec 2022

This is an entertaining short menage romance with an All Hollows Eve/Halloween theme. It is very steamy involving a ghost. Liane, Toshi and Mason have very heated chemistry. This short has just enough background and is an enjoyable read.

All Hallows Reunion!
Written by Mary on 30th Nov 2022

This is a steamy read about Liane, Mason and the ghost of Toshi. It is a very short and quick. The story takes place on All Hallows, the evening when the veil between the living and the dead is thin and a spirit can be summoned. He was the one who brought all three of them together. Liane wanted more but Mason had doubts in a relationship so different; now Toshi is gone. Mason and Liane try to summon Toshi. Can their loss and guilt be set aside for Liane and Mason to finally have something they both desire. What about Toshi? I enjoyed this holiday read it was sweet, sad and sexy.

Steamy paranormal erotica!
Written by Ash J on 30th Nov 2022

I enjoyed this short story. It was about Liane, who lost one of the loves of her life who was at a Halloween party and saw the person she had a threesome with in addition to her dead boyfriend, Toshi. She loved them both but Mason pushed her away. They see each other again after ten years and try to call back Toshi on Halloween. This story was a short, super steamy MFM erotica read and ended with a HEA that I enjoyed. Can't wait to read more from this author.

great short Halloween story
Written by k. leer on 30th Nov 2022

this was a great short Halloween story, it does a great job in a romance novel and had interesting characters. I enjoyed the way Heather Kinnane wrote this and was invested in what was going on. It left me wanting to read more from Heather Kinnane.

All Hallows Reunion: Toshi, Liane & Mason
Written by Shell R on 20th Nov 2022

This was a cute Halloween story about being back a dead lover to heal old scars. One Halloween party reunites two old lovers still mourning their lover Toshi who was killed when they were all eighteen. This hallows eve allowed Liane & Mason one last night of love making with Toshi. Check out the story to fill in the gaps of how the three lovers were torn apart but brought back together to find peace and love again. Enjoy

great short Halloween story
Written by k. leer on 20th Nov 2022

this was a great short Halloween story, it does a great job in a romance novel and had interesting characters. I enjoyed the way Heather Kinnane wrote this and was invested in what was going on. It left me wanting to read more from Heather Kinnane.

Written by Debs48 on 7th Nov 2022

Short quick story but wow tails of how they had a threesome years ago but Tragedy struck when toshi died however they never felt apart and summon toshi back for one last threesome he then leaves giving them his blessing to live