So, Morgan Brice wrote a shared universe story in another shared universe, and the result was the fairly short read that is Haven.
We open on Austin, a private detective out of Albany, New York, who is in Saranac Lake near the Adirondacks investigating the closing of the Havenwood Sanitorium on behalf of his grandmother. Seems his great uncle was shipped there as a teen, and Grandma wants to know what happened to him. Austin also has very vague glimpses of the future on occasion, and keeps seeing a man in danger in his visions.
Jaime, who winds up being the man from his visions, lives in the area, working as a temporary head of the local historical society. Jaime can see ghosts, although he can't particularly communicate with them.
The two meet up as the investigations heat up, and Austin finds the Magic Emporium, a strange shop that appears to those in need. In this case, he gets a sheet of paper with a series of numbers on it. (That Jaime's ghosts scratch the word "safe" on a wall will let astute readers know what the numbers are for, although it takes the new lovers time to figure that out on their own.)
Mind you, some of the locals aren't exactly happy people digging around in the past, leading to investigations of the Sanitorium being marred with rifle shots. We also see contacts between our central characters here and characters from the author's Deadly Curiosities and Badlands series. (Evidentially, Magic Emporium is a shared world thing, where numerous other authors use the ship as a plot device to tell their own stories.)
Anyway, since it is M/M Paranormal romance, it ends on a positive note, with everyone except the bad guys getting a happy ending having resolved the mystery.
Fun little read.