An Author's Nightmare

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ISBN Print: 978-1-60154-687-6
Page Count: 332
Word Count: 0
Rating: Spicy(PG13)
MSRP: 6.00

The Ouija board can often open channels to the wrong kinds of spirits and bring horror to those who ventured into playing the game.

Kate Landen, a best-selling author, falls in love with Curt—the man of her dreams—marries him, and looks forward to a life of happiness. When a friend is murdered after using the Ouija board with Kate, an evil being follows her and her new husband home. As she writes her next thriller about a serial killer, the possessed one gets into her head through telepathy to learn what she is writing to use as a script for his life of crime. Curt's suspicious nighttime absences make Kate wonder where and what he is doing away from home. Her life becomes a real nightmare.

Can Kate save herself from the horrors in her own creativity and find her own happy ending?

(332 pages) Sensual


She hurried to the kitchen, glanced up at the clock, and scowled.
Curt should have been back by now.

It didn’t take long for the water in the kettle to boil. She took her cup of tea back to the office and began to write again.

The place had closed. She placed Hooch in the parking lot waiting for the pretty little thing to appear from the back door. All the lights had been turned off and everyone but the young woman had left the place. Only her car and one other was left in the parking lot. When the girl appeared in the doorway, he crept closer. As she closed the door and locked it, he moved in.

Kate’s hands trembled, so she stopped again. “Oh, hell, I’ll finish it tomorrow.” When she turned the computer off and stood up, she heard a voice.

That was good, I know just where to go from here.

Startled, she jumped and knocked the papers off her desk. “What the hell is that?” she shrieked as she searched the room with her eyes. Seeing nothing in the room, she hurried out of there to search the apartment. Her hand touched the radio dial—it may have been turned on—but it wasn’t. Quick steps took her to the living room.

The clock on the mantel read two in the morning. Where was Curt? The silence in the apartment felt oppressive. She turned the light on next to the sofa. Shivering with cold, she sat on the sofa, tucked her legs up under her, and wrapped up in the blanket laid out on the back of it. She searched with her eyes, back and forth across the room, trying to suppress the fear that grew inside of her.

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