J. F. Gonzalez is the author of over a dozen novels of horror and dark suspense.
The Belovedby J. F. Gonzalez
Elizabeth Weaver saw it in her brother Ronnie's new girlfriend, Diana. Something about the woman rubbed Elizabeth the wrong way. She refused to get a job and
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You've seen her before. Perhaps somebody you know is dating her, getting himself into debt by taking her out to fancy restaurants and buying her expensive gifts. Yet you see her for what she really is.
Elizabeth Weaver saw it in her brother Ronnie's new girlfriend, Diana. Something about the woman rubbed Elizabeth the wrong way. She refused to get a job and help Ronnie around the house, and seemed to bask in the attention and expensive gifts he showered her with. And as Ronnie began neglecting the rest of the family, they finally took notice, only Elizabeth saw what the others didn't - that Diana wasn't quite human.
And neither were her children.
Don Grant has tracked the creature for years, ever since it turned his wife into something barely more than a living zombie. He's traced its history through the centuries. It feeds off our lust for it, the violence it goads us into creating, and it grows stronger and more seductive with each new victim. Now Don has caught up with it and he has to stop it fast, or the nightmare will be unleashed on a whole new family.
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