- Anywhere You Go by Keelan Ellis
Anywhere You Go by Keelan EllisHot
Not to forget, the home’s ghostly previous owners, Clay Bailey and Silas Denton, still reside in their former bedroom and delight in making their presence known—including invading Travis’s dreams in an attempt to help. They give Travis a vivid glimpse of their adventurous trip to Paris in the early 1960s and some insight about his marriage.
With tensions mounting, Eli’s father suffers a heart attack. Now Jess and Eli must remain strong and at the same time confront their evolving feelings. The young couple’s struggles become a lesson in the true meanings of love, loyalty and marriage.
entertaining effect. In that natural/supernatural yarn, the gifted Keelan Ellis seamlessly wove two stories, one with youthful, gay, twenty-first-century friends/lovers; the second involving a dearly departed gay, twentieth century twosome. It was spine tingling, haunting same gender romance times two.
owners, mid-twentieth century lovers, Clay Bailey and Silas Denton, provide the ghostly hijinks at Ruth’s.