- File Size: 1744 KB
- Print Length: 312 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Seaside Publications (February 14, 2017)
- Publication Date: February 14, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01MUCLDZ9
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #55,788 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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If your looking for a break from romance and you like the sick and twisted give this anthology a try.
Just the Titles and Authors ?, don't like spoilers. Everyone gave us in this collection a time to enjoy, be scared, think and why not, keeping tabs on them (Everyone at their Best!).
Biohazard by Kathy Love
Undying Love by Kristine Mason
No Eulogy for a Stranger by Caleb Pirtle III
The Woman of My Dreams by Joe Broadmeadow
The Hunter by Drew Jordan
The House That Weeps by Elle J Rossi
The Silent Widow by Kimberly McGath
Chimes at Midnight by Paul Dale Anderson
A Sultry Abyss by Sue Coletta
Don't miss the opportunity to read a work of art and recconmend of for a gift, the 2 books already publish by this awsome authors.
The plots are perfect, the characters in their right place & the pace, depends on the scenes. Nothing force or chop ends. Truly the best of the genres.
I buy this book and here's my review. I'm very honest with my Reviews, not only for me, the author or other readers, how an author know when did something good or need improvement?
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However the main reason I bought this book was to read The Hunter by Drew Jordan. If you've read the Crash trilogy then you are already familiar with the Stranger and Laney. They're seriously messed up characters that you can't help but love, no matter how much your conscious tells you it's wrong. The Hunter gives us a little peek into their lives since we left them at the end of Expose. Yeah, they're still not right!
Overall, good way to read other author's works that I've not read before.
I won’t play favorites and name any certain ones, but some of these hit hard and a couple were pretty good. One left me confused. I read it twice and felt like the end might have been left off or I just completely didn’t get it.
It was great to read some familiar authors and discover new ones. I found a few that I’ll be checking out now.
There’s lots of terrible monsters in these pages. They may look human, but there’s no humanity in the way they delight in their kills. You’ll also come across a bit of the paranormal or supernatural, which I find adds to the suspense and scares.
A great collection that’s sure to satisfy that dark craving inside you. I read them late at night and got even more thrills.
I received a complimentary copy. My review is honestly and voluntarily given.