"Decided to give this one a shot after reading the horror stories collection, and it definitely did not disappoint. This was an incredible story, and easy to read. I love how it ended, had me at the edge of my seat, wanting to know more! I love stories that do that! Great stuff!!"-Reader
"Awww man the book had me I need the edge of my seat waiting to find out what would happen to Polly and trying to figure out how she and her brother are related to Alan Carter. And here I am sitting on the edge of my chair looking for more...Thank you."-Reader
"I could almost feel Polly's descent into madness. I've suffered from insomnia. At the longest, mine lasted 2 or 3 nights and I felt like I was going insane. I wanted to cry all the time from desperation. I can't imagine what it would be like to suffer from it for as long as Polly did." -Reader
"Then that twist at the end! Niiiiice. I didn't see that happening. Yeah, I was taken in. :)" -Kathryn J.
"This short story tells the tale of Polly, who had a nervous breakdown at work. Is a demon trying to possess her, or is she suffering from a mental disease, that has previously only struck the men of the family? I really enjoyed the touch of ambiguity this story left with me." -Reader
"It's a pleasure it read this book. I loved it. Easy to read. Keep them coming." -Reader
"If you don't have a lot of time at the moment you want to read, Polly's Haven is a great book. It is short and doesn't take long to read, but it is scary and there is a great twist." -Anita H.
"I love short books that capture my attention and this did just that. Becoming one of my favorite authors. Can't wait for the next one." -Reader
"A spine tingling story. Very good read." -Reader
From the Inside Flap
"Can he reach you?"
She couldn't reply. She didn't know how to. Somewhere inside her, she knew the answer to that question, but couldn't quite bring herself to say anything. It was dark, so very dark. She couldn't tell where she was or who she was talking to, but it felt safe. It felt like home.
"Polly, can he reach you?"
"I don't know."
"Stay out of his reach."
Pauline wanted to open her eyes. She wanted out of the darkness that surrounded her; into the light where she knew was just out of reach. She wanted to scream at the top of her lungs, call out to anyone who could hear her. Her body shivered and tears ran down her cheeks.