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Wednesday, December 2, 2020

Spotlight: Fly by Demelza Carlton


 Author: Demelza Carlton

Narrator: Mary Sarah

Length: 3 hours 4 minutes

Publisher: Tantor2018

Genre: Fantasy; Romance

Series: Romance a Medieval Fairytale, Book 3

Release date:  May 29, 2018 

Synopsis: Two princesses. One prince. And the war has just begun. Once upon a time...Princess Ava was sent to a neighboring kingdom as a lady-in-waiting to her sister, their future queen. Until a runaway horse, a case of amnesia, and a cold-hearted king conspire to bring her to the prince's attention. Now the prince believes Ava is his bride, and her sister is just a serving maid. One thing is certain: the prince must marry one of the princesses, or there will be war. But when all's fair in love and war...who will win the battle for the prince's heart?

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About the Author: Demelza Carlton

USA Today bestselling author Demelza Carlton has always loved the ocean, but on her first snorkelling trip she found she was afraid of fish.  She has since swum with sea lions, sharks and sea cucumbers and stood on spray-drenched cliffs over a seething sea as a seven-metre cyclonic swell surged in, shattering a shipwreck below.   Sensationalist spin? No - Demelza tends to take a camera with her so she can capture and share the moment later; shipwrecks, sharks and all.

Demelza now lives in Perth, Western Australia, the shark attack capital of the world.

About the Narrator: Mary Sarah 

Voice Arts Award Nominee, Mary Sarah has garnered attention for her powerfully evocative, multi-character work which spans time and place.

With a penchant for dialects and love of culture, Sarah has spanned the globe working with rich characters set across genres of the classics, historical fiction, medieval romance, poetry, fantasy, non-fiction and children’s literature. Relz Reviewz states in reference to Tamara Leigh’s ‘The Unveiling,“ her mellifluous tones, superb voicing of emotions in dialogue and varied and accurate accents of both male and female make her a pure joy to listen to,” while her narration of “A Lady in the Smoke,” was cited as, “masterly!”

Classically trained at The Riverside Shakespeare Academy and The Royal Shakespeare Company, Sarah loves to get to the heart of words in order to release their power and finds great comfort in the beauty of stories to transform and speak to us.! Sarah loves the power of story telling to awaken our hearts.  Says author Claudy Conn (Lady X), “Her acting is simply sublime.”

Tuesday, December 1, 2020

Spotlight: Excerpt of Wolf Untamed by Paige Tyler

 

Author: Paige Tyler

Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
Publication Date: 11/24/2020


 The guys in the Special Wolf Alpha Team (SWAT) are hotter than ever.


 
SWAT werewolf Diego Martinez was on a mission to save lives when he walked into the hostage situation—he didn’t expect to find a newly turned teenage werewolf and the kid’s fiercely protective mother. For Bree Harlow and her son, Brandon, Diego is a godsend, and not just because he saved the day.

 Bree has spent the years since her divorce trying to do her best by Brandon. But lately the boy who used to tell her everything has been keeping secrets. In the face of all the bizarre things happening at home, there’s something about Diego that Bree can’t resist—especially when he’s able to explain Brandon’s new abilities.
 But the hostage incident was just the start in a wave of violence that no one can explain, and when Bree and Brandon are caught in the middle, Diego will do everything in his power to protect the family he wants as his own.

 

Excerpt:


Bree had no idea if seconds—or hours—passed, but then she heard something so out of place with her surroundings that it immediately snapped her back to reality. 
Growling
Low, soft, pained…growling. 
And it was coming from Brandon. 
She looked down to find him gazing up at her with vivid-gold eyes, half-inch-long fangs visible over his bottom lip. 
Bree had always considered herself to be a strong person. She’d gone through a lot in her life and dealt with it. But she couldn’t ignore the obvious. The accumulated stress of this situation had been too much for her. She was having a mental breakdown. Because there was no way she was seeing what she thought she saw. 
Suddenly, the SWAT cop was at her side, pulling Brandon up and talking to him in a slow, calm voice, telling him to relax and breathe, that everything was over and he was going to be okay at the same time he used his big body like a shield, keeping other people in the diner from seeing her son’s face. His voice was the most soothing and calming sound she’d ever heard in her life, and even though he wasn’t talking to her, she found herself breathing in time with his instructions—in through the nose, hold it for five seconds, and out through the mouth. 
Bree watched in stunned fascination as the yellow glow slowly receded from her son’s eyes and the fangs disappeared. All at once, his panicked breathing and frantic features relaxed, and she realized it was the first time in months he didn’t seem tense. 
There was a commotion behind her, and she glanced over her shoulder to see the other officers—dressed like Diego but with weapons and heavy-looking tactical gear strapped across their chests—quickly moving the rest of the hostages outside, herding them in such a way that they didn’t have time to look at the body on the floor…or Brandon. 
It was like they were all working together to keep anyone from seeing what was happening with her son. Like they all somehow knew something unexplainable was going on with him. 
“There you go, kid.” The SWAT cop’s deep voice made her turn back around, and she saw him standing there with his hands on Brandon’s shoulders. “Just a few more deep breaths and you’ll be good to go.” 
Diego was right. A few seconds later, Brandon was fine, and Bree found herself wondering if everything she’d seen was a figment of her confused mind. 
It could have been, right? 
She felt a gentle hand on her arm and looked up into the warmest brown eyes she’d ever seen, a little overwhelmed by the concern she saw there. Diego didn’t even know her, and yet he seemed genuinely worried. 
“I think we should get out of here,” he said, nodding toward Brandon. “This place is about to be crawling with cops, crime-scene techs, and general-purpose gawkers. I’d rather be somewhere else before they show up. We have a lot to talk about.” 
She was about to ask what he meant by that, but then it hit her. Everything she’d seen had been real. Diego had seen it, too. And now he wanted to talk about it. Because that’s what cops did. They dug into stuff until they knew everything. 
Bree’s heart began to thump hard all over again as she realized the danger her son might be in now. What if Diego revealed what he’d seen? Brandon would be treated like a monster. From the look on Brandon’s face, he realized the same thing and was on the verge of freaking out. 
“Relax,” the cop said softly, looking first at Brandon, then her. “I’m not a threat to your son. I promise.” 
Gaze locked with hers, Diego’s eyes flared vivid yellow-gold. The color was only there for a second before it disappeared, but it was impossible to miss. Or mistake it for anything other than what she’d seen in her son’s eyes. The cop looked at Brandon, earning a wide-eyed gasp. Bree had no idea what any of this meant, but it had to be a good sign…right? 
“Like I said,” Diego murmured. “We have a lot to talk about.” 
 
***
Excerpted from Wolf Untamed by Paige Tyler. © 2020 by Paige Tyler. Used with permission of the publisher, Sourcebooks Casablanca, an imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. All rights reserved.
 


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About the author:

Paige Tyler is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of sexy, romantic fiction. Paige writes books about hunky alpha males and the kick-butt heroines they fall in love with. She lives with her very own military hero (a.k.a. her husband) and their adorable dog on the beautiful Florida coast.

Author Website: www.paigetylertheauthor.com

 

Monday, November 30, 2020

Blog Tour: Review of Wildfire by Jo-Anne Joseph

 


Author: Jo-Anne Joseph
Release: November 24, 2020
Genre: Contemporary Romance
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Fom USA Today bestselling author, Jo-Anne Joseph comes WILDFIRE a sizzling Contemporary Romance with all the feels.

Fighting fires is Aidan's life, whether he's putting out the embers his past left behind or surviving the blazes he faces every day.   Relationships are something he avoids, because a man who has lost everything will not walk that path again. 

Ocea has worked hard to put her life back together, so the last thing she wants is to feel attracted to the man with sad eyes and a broken spirit.  But they are drawn together like a moth to a flame.  Their connection, all consuming and out of control.

Will they survive the wildfire raging between them? 
 
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My thoughts:

   I did overall enjoy the romance between Aiden and Ocea.  I thought given time, they would be a great couple for each other.  Both of them had heartbreaking back stories and that similarity would only strengthen their bond in the long run. The biggest issue in the end was the length.  This is a novella length with a HFN ending.  I wanted more of them and would have loved a longer story with a HEA.  There are also some other characters I would love to read more about.  I do recommend this one. 

I do want to point out that Aiden does something during their first time in bed together that I was a bit taken aback with .  It comes down to a consent issue and I really wasn't OK with that.  I was sad to see it was never addressed.  



Author Bio:
Jo-Anne Joseph is a USA Today Bestselling Author of contemporary romance, romantic suspense, and psychological fiction. Along with a passion for writing, she is an avid reader, wine lover and foodie. Her lifelong love affair with words started at a young age. She's a business professional, and lives in Johannesburg, South Africa with her husband, their son and fur babies.
 
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Sunday, November 29, 2020

Books I Did Not Finish - November Edition




Charlatans
: I think there is going to be a theme in my DNF post this month.  That is boredom.  This is the first book that I DNF'd this month.  I was so bored.  Normally, I like Robin Cook's books, but this one just went on and on and nothing happened.  I only lasted about 40% of the way in.  I also had to suspend too much disbelief.  I don't recommend it.

I Killed Zoe Spanos:  I had to laugh at the synopsis for this one.  It is supposed to be a "gripping" thriller.  It was anything but. gripping.  I was bored,(again).  I even started the audiobook a couple of times, but kept zoning out.  Maybe I just wasn't the target audience.

A Princess by Christmas:  This one made me kind of sad, because I really liked the first two books in this series.  I wanted to love Hollis's story.  I was so bored. I struggled to make it to 50%.  There was zero chemistry between Hollis and Marek.  I didn't care if they ended up together or not.  

Searching for Perfect:  I only made it to about 20% in the book.  I really disliked the way Kennedy treated Nate.  From the start she was annoying.  Why he would end up liking her was beyond me.  I may read the third one since I did like the first one.

Saturday, November 28, 2020

Blog Tour: Excerpt of Pretending by Holly Bourne

 

Holly Bourne
On Sale Date: November 17, 2020
9780778331506, 0778331504
Trade Paperback
$17.99 USD
416 pages
 
In this hilarious and heartbreaking debut novel perfect for fans of Fleabag, a woman struggling to move on after a traumatic relationship pretends to be “the perfect girl” in an act of vengeance that goes awry when she finds herself emotionally compromised.
 
He said he was looking for a 'partner in crime' which everyone knows is shorthand for 'a woman who isn't real'.
 
April is kind, pretty, and relatively normal - yet she can't seem to get past date five. Every time she thinks she's found someone to trust, they reveal themselves to be awful, leaving her heartbroken. And angry. Until she realizes that what men are really looking for is Gretel.
 
Gretel is perfect - beautiful but low maintenance, sweet but never clingy, sexy but not a slut. She's a Regular Everyday Manic Pixie Dream Girl Next Door With No Problems.
 
When April starts pretending to be Gretel, dating becomes much more fun - especially once she reels in the unsuspecting Joshua. Finally, April is the one in control, but can she control her own feelings? And as she and Joshua grow closer, how long will she be able to keep pretending?

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I hate men.
There, I’ve said it. I know you’re not supposed to say it. We all pretend we don’t hate them; we all tell ourselves we don’t hate them. But I’m calling it. I’m standing here on this soapbox, and I’m saying it.
I. Hate. Men.
I mean, think about it. They’re just awful. I hate how selfish they are. How they take up so much space, assuming it’s always theirs to take. How they spread out their legs on public transport, like their balls need regular airing to stop them developing damp. I hate how they basically scent mark anywhere they enter to make it work for them. Putting on the music they want to listen to the moment they arrive at any house party, and always taking the nicest chair. How they touch your stuff instead of just looking; even tweak the furniture arrangement to make it most comfortable for them. All without asking first—never asking first.
I hate how they think their interests are more important than yours—even though twice a week all most of them do is watch a bunch of strangers kick a circle around a piece of lawn and sulk if the circle doesn’t go in the right place. And how bored they look if you ever try to introduce them to a film, a band, or even a freaking YouTube clip, before you’ve even pressed Play.
I hate their endless arrogance. I hate how they interrupt you and then apologize for it but carry on talking anyway. How they ask you a question but then check your answer afterward. I hate how they can never do one piece of housework without telling you about it. I hate how they literally cannot handle being driven in a car by a woman, even if they’re terrible drivers themselves. I hate how they all think they’re fucking incredible at grilling meat on barbecues. The sun comes out and man must light fire and not let woman anywhere near the meat. Dumping blackened bits of chicken onto our plates along with the whiff of a burp from their beer breath, acting all caveman, like we’re supposed to find it cute that we may now get salmonella and that we’re going to have to do all the washing up.
I hate how I’m quite scared of them. I hate the collective noise of them when they’re in a big group. The tribal wahey-ing, like they all swap their IQs for extra testosterone when they swarm together. How, if you’re sitting alone on an empty train, they always come and deliberately sit next to you en masse, and talk extra loudly about macho nonsense, apparently to impress you. I hate the way they look at you when you walk past—automatically judging your screwability the moment they see you. Telling you to smile if you dare look anything other than delighted about living with stuff like this constantly fucking happening to you. 
I hate how hard they are to love. How many of them actually, truly, think the way to your heart is sending you a selfie of them tugging themselves, hairy ball sack very much still in shot. I hate how they have sex. How they shove their fingers into you, thinking it’s going to achieve anything. Jabbing their unwashed hands into your dry vagina, prodding about like they’re checking for prostate cancer, then wondering why you now have BV and you still haven’t come. Have none of them read a sex manual? Seriously? None of them? And I hate how they hate you a little just after they’ve finished. How even the nice ones lie there with cold eyes, pretending to cuddle, but clearly desperate to get as far away from you as possible.
I hate how it’s never equal. How they expect you to do all the emotional labor and then get upset when you’re the more stressed-out one. I hate how they never understand you, no matter how hard they try, although, let’s be honest here, they never actually try that hard. And I hate how you’re always exhausting yourself trying to explain even the most basic of your rational emotional responses to their bored face.
I hate how every single last one of them has issues with their father.
And do you know what I hate most of all?
That despite this, despite all this disdain, I still fancy men. And I still want them to fancy me, to want me, to love me. I hate myself for how much I want them. Why do I still fancy men so much? What’s wrong with me? Why are they all so broken? Am I broken for still wanting to be with one, even after everything? I should be alone. That’s the only healthy way to be. BUT I DON’T WANT TO BE ALONE. I hate men, that’s the problem. GOD I HATE THEM SO MUCH—they’re so entitled and broken and lazy and wrong and…and…
Hang on…
My phone.
HE MESSAGED BACK!!!
WITH A KISS ON THE END!
Never mind.
Forget I said anything. It’s all good.
 
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: 

Holly Bourne is a bestselling UK-based YA and Adult Fiction author and is an Ambassador for Women’s Aid. In 2019, she was an Author of the Day at the London Book Fair, and was named by Elle Magazine’s weekly podcast as one of “Six Female Authors Changing the Conversation in 2019”. Pretending is her US debut.

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Friday, November 27, 2020

November Mini Musings



Class Reunions are Deadly:  This was a cute and funny cozy mystery.  I really liked Poppy's character.  The mystery was engaging and not easy to solve.  It looks like there may be a set up for a love triangle.  I'm  kind of hoping it doesn't last too long into the series.  I do want to continue, however, I'm not a fan of the "who will she pick?" trope that lasts for books and books.  I do recommend this one.

Guest List:  This one took me a couple of tries before I ended up finishing the book.  In the end, I'm not sure I can say I really enjoyed the book.  None of the characters were very likable.  IT took forever to find out who even died.  I didn't care for the ending. I'm not sure I would recommend this one.

Fractured Tide: I did enjoy this YA Sci-fi/horror story.  I thought it was a unique premise. Sia tells her story through letters to her father. It did remind me of Lost.  The underwater scenes felt really claustrophobic.  The island was creepy.  I thought the author did a great job of creating a mysterious atmosphere.   I was engaged through to the end.  I highly recommend this one.

The Girls Weekend:  I found myself largely disappointed in this one.  It wasn't thrilling and the ending was kind of easy to figure out.  I found that some things that happened in the book made me have to suspend disbelief.  There is no way the characters would get away with come of the things they got away with.  It wasn't bad, it was just OK.


Thursday, November 26, 2020

Happy Thanksgiving!




It's Thanksgiving Day here in the USA.  

We are so thankful for our followers.  We are also thankful for the amazing authors who feed our TBR piles all year long.  

May you and yours have a blessed and safe Thanksgiving Day!

Love, Kari & Autumn


Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Spotlight: Dance: Cinderella Retold by Demelza Carlton

 


Author
: Demelza Carlton
Narrator: Mary Sarah
Length: 4 hours
Publisher: Tantor2018
Genre: Fantasy; Romance
Series: Romance a Medieval Fairytale, Book 2
Release date:  May 8, 2018

Synopsis: A dutiful daughter. A prince forced to find a bride. If the shoe fits...Once upon a time...
When the Emperor's army comes recruiting, Mai signs up, seeing it as the perfect escape from her stepmother and a lifetime of drudgery. Armed with her mother's armor and a pair of magic shoes, Mai marches off to war...only to find herself sharing a tent with the General's arrogant nephew, Prince Yi.
The best swordsman in the Empire, Prince Yi wants to make war, not love, but the Emperor insists this will be Yi's last campaign before he must marry. Prince Yi has never met his match...until now.

Can one woman win the war and the prince's heart?

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About the Author: Demelza Carlton

USA Today bestselling author Demelza Carlton has always loved the ocean, but on her first snorkelling trip she found she was afraid of fish.She has since swum with sea lions, sharks and sea cucumbers and stood on spray-drenched cliffs over a seething sea as a seven-metre cyclonic swell surged in, shattering a shipwreck below.  Sensationalist spin? No - Demelza tends to take a camera with her so she can capture and share the moment later; shipwrecks, sharks and all.

Demelza now lives in Perth, Western Australia, the shark attack capital of the world.

About the Narrator: Mary Sarah

Voice Arts Award Nominee, Mary Sarah has garnered attention for her powerfully evocative, multi-character work which spans time and place.

With a penchant for dialects and love of culture, Sarah has spanned the globe working with rich characters set across genres of the classics, historical fiction, medieval romance, poetry, fantasy, non-fiction and children’s literature. Relz Reviewz states in reference to Tamara Leigh’s ‘The Unveiling,“ her mellifluous tones, superb voicing of emotions in dialogue and varied and accurate accents of both male and female make her a pure joy to listen to,” while her narration of “A Lady in the Smoke,” was cited as, “masterly!”

Classically trained at The Riverside Shakespeare Academy and The Royal Shakespeare Company, Sarah loves to get to the heart of words in order to release their power and finds great comfort in the beauty of stories to transform and speak to us.! Sarah loves the power of story telling to awaken our hearts.

Says author Claudy Conn (Lady X), “Her acting is simply sublime.”

Tuesday, November 24, 2020

Blog Tour: Review & Excerpt of Second Start by S.E. Rose

 


Career failures bring both Brittany and Tyson back to Holiday Springs but second starts aren’t easy and broken dreams threaten futures. Will a former Olympic athlete and budding musician get a second chance at their happily ever after? Readers will fall in love with this second chance romance from S.E. Rose. The Holiday Springs Resort series is here and SECOND START is now live!
                                                                                    
 
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Will a former Olympic athlete and budding musician get a second chance at their happily ever after?
 
Brittany Evans and Tyson Mitchell were the “it” couple in the Poconos. Until their own dreams and goals got in the way. With broken hearts, they both left their town while doing their best to never look back.
 
But, when a skiing injury and a failed singing career bring them both back home, they find that their feelings may not have iced over after all.
 
Fate has brought them together again, but if Tyson wants to win back Brittany’s heart, he’ll have to prove that she’s the only dream that matters.
 
Escape to the romantic paradise of Holiday Springs and warm-up with your next happily ever after.

 
My thoughts:

Second Start is book five in the  Holiday Springs Resort series.  It's among my favorites from the series. I am a sucker for second chance romances.  I thoughts Britany and Tyson were so cute together.  I loved how Tyson was all in when it came to trying again.  It's a quick enjoyable romance with a sweet ending.  I highly recommend it.
             

                                                                                                                                                                                             
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Copyright S.E. Rose 2020
 
“I’m sorry,” I whisper, and her eyes meet mine.
“W-What? Why?” Her eyes flash with more confusion.
I reach out and caress her face with my gloved hand, wishing I could feel her skin beneath mine. “I’m sorry for hurting you, Superstar.”
Her eyes glance back down at her lap. “It was a long time ago, Ty.”
I push under her chin, and she gazes at me again. “I’m sorry. I was young and stupid. I thought I was protecting you.”
She pulls back. “Protecting me from what?”
I sigh. “From me, from having to have a boyfriend that was never here, that was always busy.”
“But all I wanted was you,” she states bitterly.
“And I wasn’t here for you. No one could’ve had me. I was too... too busy and wrapped up in my Olympic dreams.”
She turns and zips up her bag. “I would have waited,” she murmurs as she stands up to leave.
I jump up and block her path. “I know you would have. But I couldn’t ask you to do that. You have dreams, too.”
“But you never gave me the choice to decide for myself,” she says and jams a finger at my chest. “You decided for both of us.”
“I did. And I can’t take it back, but if I could, I would,” I reply as I grab her head in my hands and kiss her.
She doesn’t move as I press my lips to hers. They warm under mine, and after a second she sighs, allowing my tongue free reign of her mouth. I taste her for the first time in way too long. And she tastes just as sweet as I remembered.
She drops her guitar case in the snow, letting her arms wrap around my middle as my hands hold her face. I don’t feel anything except her, not the snow, the cold, the wind, nothing but Brittany. Our warm breaths mingle in the cool air, surrounding us in our own personal cloud. I groan as I deepen our kiss.
She pulls back suddenly. Her hand flying to her lips.
“I’m sorry. I... shit, I’m sorry.” She has a look of anguish on her face.
“Brit, I kissed you. There’s nothing to be sorry about. When are we going to stop dancing around this thing,” I motion between us, “that’s clearly still between us?”
She shakes her head. “No. There’s nothing between us. That’s over. It ended when you walked out of my life.” I watch as a single tear falls on her cheek, and it might as well be a knife plunging into my heart.
I reach out to pull her back to me, but she jumps away.
“No. We can’t do this. I can’t do this. Not again.”
And it hits me. She’s protecting herself. I hurt her so badly that she reacts to me like a hand touching a hot pan. I can’t blame her.
“Brit, I won’t hurt you. I never met to hurt you.”
“I know,” she answers as another tear falls on her cheek. “But you did.”

 
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USA Today & International Bestselling romance author, S.E. Rose lives near Washington D.C. with her family. When she's not wrangling her cats or keeping up with her kids, she's plotting her next story.
 
She loves all things wine, coffee, and cats. In her non-existent free time, she enjoys traveling, going to concerts, binging on her favorite shows, and reading, especially if it's a good mystery or comedy.
 
 
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Monday, November 23, 2020

Blog Tour: Review of The Feast and Other Horrifying Tales by David Vorhees

 


Author: David Vorhees
Publisher:  Amazon
Publication Date: August 31, 2019
Category: Horror, Mystery/Thriller, Supernatural I
SBN: 978-1670514585 Available in Print and ebook, 209 pages 

A collection of short stories that take place on different holidays over the course of the year. The collection opens with “A New Year, a New Day, a New Life.” Grant Curtis is arrested on New Year’s Day and charged with the murder of his wife Carla. In “Easter: The Resurrection,” a resurrected Kyle Gardner seeks vengeance on Pastor Brian. “The Vengeance of Cassidy Clay” is a narrative poem that takes place on Halloween. The poem tells the story of a slave-hunter who haunts the woods long after his death and many more spine chilling tales.

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My thoughts:

The Feast is a collection of short horror stories. Each one follows a theme for a certain holiday.  The collection opens strong with a "Tell-Tale Heart-esque" story that takes place on New Year's Day.  After reading that one, I knew I was going to like the rest of the collection.  My favorite was the Easter one as it was kind of more of a mystery and scavenger hunt with cryptic clues.  The most gruesome had to be The Feast.  I was able to read this in one sitting.  There is something for everyone in here.  Fans of macabre and gruesome horror will really enjoy this collection.





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David Vorhees joined the U.S. Navy after graduating Lima Central Catholic. Following his military service, he attended the University of Northwestern Ohio for Automotive business. He worked various factory jobs and attended the University of Phoenix online for a degree in arts with a focus in journalism. He recently worked for the Wapakoneta Daily News as a reporter/photographer/paginator. He is the father of five and grandfather of five. He has always been interested in the occult and the scarier side of life. He loves history and the supernatural and truly believes there is nothing better than a good story. 

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