Hiram’s Secret by Anastasia Rabiyah
Hiram wants to leave Pig’s End and pass through the portal to another realm. He’s bored of his current life and he is curious of what the other side can offer. When he is sent to jail in the other realm, he never thought he would meet Secret, a beautiful and mysterious woman. Is the woman really what she seems to be?
To think that a gremlin is merely an ugly and vile creature is totally overrated. Anastasia Rabiyah brings us a heart-warming love story in “Hiram’s Secret”. With a blend of erotic dreams, passionate feelings, and life-death scenario, readers will get to see gremlins get their own happy ending, and a surprising one, too!
The Witch, The Hunter & The Bride by Bret Jordan
Monteh is enthralled by the witch’s song which makes him weak and powerless. He is drawn by the witch’s spell and unwillingly becomes the her sex slave. But he has a wife, a woman who he loves deeply. In time, he is able to resist the witch’s temptation, but when small accidents keep occurring to his wife, he knows the witch is behind it. But how can he win against a witch when he is powerless every time she sings?
Bret Jordan shows us why a gremlin is a creature with whom one should never mess around with. They are small, cunning creatures who can creep into your house even in the middle of the day, and you will never know what will happened to you until it is too late. “The Witch, the Hunter & the Bride” is a story which will make you feel like it’s Halloween every time you read it.
Fire for Ice by Cerise Amour
In Lanae, everybody has a gremlin including the princess, Callista. While playing with her gremlin one day, she suddenly finds herself in a room with a murderer who not only sees her but is waiting for her. With a killer on the loose, and a royal mark on the body of the last victim, Tamir, the royal guard, confronts the princess to get some answers. However, the intense attraction between the masters and their imps complicates the situation. Will their emotions get in the way and give the murderer a chance to get what he wants?
Gremlins may become one’s best friend, if given the chance. Cerise Amour explores a mythical world where gremlins and humans co-exist with such an unimaginable bond. “Fire and Ice” makes me want to have a gremlin myself. If I am unsure of my own feelings, just take a look at my gremlin and voila! I can figure it out. It is such a splendid idea!
You are My Sunshine by Crymsyn Hart
When Larissa moves into an apartment, she knows it is haunted. But what’s a girl to do when that’s the only one she can afford? With the cheap rent and one condition – never to disturb the owner who lives in the room downstairs – living with a ghost is no problem. But when there is a loud noise from her owner’s room every sunset, she gets curious. It seems Gregory has a secret, carrying a dangerous and life-threatening curse. Will her love prevail when the curse threatens to kill her?
For so long, Gregory suffers alone in the dark. But in the dark, the sun will shine and bring happiness with it. When Larissa struggles with her feelings, I wanted to be there to share her pain when she cried and laugh with her when she is happy. Her emotions touch my heart and brought tears to my eyes. The emotion, the suspense and the myth in Crymsyn Hart’s novella will surely tug your heart and your soul.
Night and Day by Dahlia Rose
Larkin Day witnesses her partner die in her arms with his insides and his blood splattered everywhere on a roof top. The thing that attacked her partner then jumps to attack her. Lucky for her, someone saves her in the nick of time. Facing a monster, or precisely a gremlin, for the first time is utterly unimaginable and shocking for Larkin. Unlucky for her, the gremlin already marked her for its next victim and will not allow her to escape death. Keaton Knight feels protective of Larkin, so he appoints himself as her protector. Will his skills be sufficient enough to save her from the gremlins, or will their feelings get in the way?
“Night and Day” is a fast-paced story that kept me gripping my seat. From the impressive fighting skills to the bone-chilling suspense, it made me anxious and kept me guessing. The queen’s appearance gives additional merits to the story. Dahlia Rose brings life to the characters and believable chemistry. This story is another great addition to the anthology.
Bonamy & Clyde by Dawne Dominique
Bonamy and Clyde are neighbors. Bonamy, ever the perfectionist, is badly affected when her life gets out of control. Clyde is new in town, but he has already been given the cold shoulder a few times by his neighbor, and that annoys him. When bizarre things occur and electrical appliances go crazy, both of their lives take an interesting turn. Is it just coincidence, or is it something more?
Although the story started out slow in the beginning, Dawne Dominique made up for it by teasing readers with her truth and dare game. The scene itself boosted my enjoyment in reading “Bonamy & Clyde”. However, the characters seemed cold, and I felt like there were not enough emotions and chemistry in the story. I can only say that this is not one of Dawne Dominique’s best work.
The Silver Scream by S. D. Grady
Gilda planned something special for her boyfriend on his birthday. However, their night of passion on the stage in the old theater does not go unnoticed. A pair of eyes watches them, anger rippling through his veins. Gilda and Seth couldn’t keep their hands off each other. But when a freak accident occurs, Gilda changes. Is their love strong enough to fight against all odds?
S.D. Grady caught my attention right from the beginning with the right amount of sexual teasing and passion. The mysterious, evil, dark creature gave off bone-chilling vibes which kept me on the edge. “The Silver Scream” reminded me of why love exists in the first place and the lengths people will go for it.
- Paperback: 432 pages
- Publisher: loveyoudivine; 1st edition (October 6, 2008)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1600542301
- ISBN-13: 978-1600542305
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