A Graveyard Romance

A Graveyard Romance

by Jason Krumbine
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A Graveyard Romance by Jason Krumbine

There's nothing like a romantic picnic in a cemetery...

...after dark...

...on a Friday the 13th... 

What could *possibly* go wrong? 

It's Mike and Danielle's first date. Will true love blossom as they make the transition from Just Friends to Boyfriend & Girlfriend? Or will zombie uprising squelch their romance and force the young lovers to join the throngs of the undead?

A GRAVEYARD ROMANCE IS A 21,000 word novella.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940152731224
Publisher: Jason Krumbine
Publication date: 03/16/2015
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 92 KB
Age Range: 13 Years

About the Author

Jason Krumbine loves to write! He's happily married and lives in Manhattan, NY where he enjoys reading in Central Park, going to movies and discovering new stand-up comedians. You can connect with Jason at either his website, www.jasonkrumbine.com, Facebook, Twitter (@jasonkrumbine) or good ole' fashion email onestrayword@gmail.com. He's always up for a talk about the newest Star Trek movie or what's happening in the world of comic books and TV.

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A Graveyard Romance (paranormal romance) 2.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
xlydiasmomx More than 1 year ago
This novel starts off after hours in a graveyard (surprise, surprise). Mike and Dani are in the midst of a "romantic" picnic. I am not going to waste my, or your, time summarizing this because, to be honest, it is not worth it. From the decomposing corpses trying to sacrifice the unwilling couple, to the mysterious magical ruby, to the strange robed figures, to the demonic and disgusting duo named "Bert and Ernie", to the peculiar grandfather figure named Karloff, I was left wanting more at every turn. The author never provides a back story or any insight into the characters and important items. And though the book ends with an assumed "happily ever after" for Mike and Dani nothing is ever explained. It seemed more like a rough draft written by someone under the influence of some narcotic. For example at one point they are even fighting off possessed, demonic teddy bears! That's a little off the wall to say the least. I mean really?!?! In what world is Winnie the Pooh an good object of terror? Basically this book was not worth the $0.99 I paid for it. My money would have been better spent handing it over to the crack head on the corner to be used for drugs or alcohol, at least someone would have gotten enjoyment out of it. Actually that was mean and not right... I don't, in any way, condone the use of narcotics but you get my drift. There was also bonus material but I wasn't willing to waste anymore of my life reading it. If this novel was any indication the bonus material was sure to be a disappointment
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I wasted $2.99 on this book!!! DO NOT GET!!!!!!!!- Sara
Caitlyn Doolittle More than 1 year ago
No offense to whomever wrote the page for this book, but its not going to sell by mentioning Twilight, a piece of literary crap, in the title. Just a little heads up.
Janet Bussell More than 1 year ago
The pages if this book and its sample are messed up, there isnt 5000 plus like it says. Its a slow story anyway its not worth the 99 cents,it should of been free.
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