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Better The Devil You Know by Belle Aurora
When you know, you know.
Lights Out by Jodie Beau
A single mom, a single dad, a common enemy. Will their feelings come to light on Halloween?
Spandex is for Superheros by Ruth Clampett
Beware of the terror of your Halloween costume not fitting.
Macabre Magic by L.H. Cosway
Halloween, a bet, one spooky magic trick.
Candy, Dentures, and Way Too Much Spandex by R.S. Grey
He stole my heart in between gyrating geriatrics.
Mystery, Mazto Balls, and Moxie by Z.B. Heller
A mystery weekend gets steamy and stuffed… with food.
A Halloween Hook-up by Jennie Marts
A sexy physic and a private eye solve a ghostly murder.
Peckers by Liv Morris
A hot cop with handcuffs and a dimpled smile can be frighteningly sexy.
Bewitched by Daisy Prescott
A crush. A love spell. What could go wrong?
Red Rum by Ashley Pullo
Trick o’ treat, a girl to meet, blood sangria wicked sweet.
Double Dare by Penny Reid
Never play truth or dare with identical twins.
Nightmare in Night Court by N.M. Silber
When lusty lawyers meet creepy criminals.
One Little Bite by C.C. Wood
Even the big, bad wolf can fall in love.
So, my life is super hectic right now since my family is making a major move from Georgia to North Carolina. My reading time is really limited so I’ve been doing a lot quick and easy reads of novellas and short stories. Just in time for Hallloween a group of authors put together and awesome book of 13 short stories with a lot of suspense and a little bit of saucy. The best part? 100% of the proceeds go to St. Jude’s which is a charity near and dear to my heart.
Let me start off by saying that the name of the book is Shiver and how perfect is that for a Halloweeny read? And the name does it justice as all the book send shivers whether by creepy factor or the shiver of ovaries. Each read had its own unique story line which kept my reading fresh and my mind interested.
I can without a doubt say, and I don’t think I’m being bias even though she IS one of my absolute favorite author’s that Jodie Beau’s story, Lights Out, was without a doubt my absolute favorite. Her writing is so true to life and witty. And I laughed through the entire thing. And she does that in so few words but without leaving the story lacking. As a stay at home, Pinterest perfect wanna be mom, I could relate so easily to the main character in the story. A lot of times I read just to read and most of those stories don’t really seem to stick with me but hers always do and Lights Out is no exception to this rule.
Another great thing about the Shiver Tales is that I had the chance to be introduced to several authors that I had never read before. Belle Aurora, Daisy Prescott, Penny Reid are just some of the names featured in the book that I had been itching to read. By doing so, I received a great little taste of all their writing styles that earned these author’s a new fan. This was great exposure to some new writing styles I fell to love. And will definitely be picking up some of their other work because of their awesome little, saucy read.
Go help some kids and pick up your copy of Shiver: 13 Sexy Tales of Humor and Horror. You get a fun and fantastic read for Halloween but it’s not so scary you can’t read alone!